Universidade de Sevilla

Dynamic AI introduced at the university of Sevilla, the 2nd largest university in Spain with 60.000+ students.

universidad de sevilaThe Universidad de Sevilla (University of Seville) dates from the early XVI century (1508). With an annual budget over 450 million euros, approximately 60,000 students are educated by a staff of over 4,000.

The University’s Professor José Carlos Ruiz is adopting the very latest information technology at the prestigious 500-year old institution. Under a recently executed agreement with Data Access Worldwide, Professor Ruiz has been provided with a 100 user license of Dynamic AI to teach under-graduate and post-graduate students "Business Intelligence" at the "Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales Departamento de Economía Financiera y Dirección de Operaciones" (School of Economic and Business Sciences in the Department of Financial Economy and Operational Management). The agreement covers the entire University so Dynamic AI may be used in other Schools or departments of the University for education and research projects.

From left to right:
Professor José Carlos Ruiz, Dean Professor D. Francisco Javier Landa Bercebal, Vice-Dean Professor D. Rafael del Pozo Barajas

According to Pepe Guimarães, director of Moose Software located in Vigo, Spain and Data Access Europe’s Channel Partner for Spain and Portugal, "We believe in the strategy of building solid foundations in the products we represent, distribute and build. This is a step that will leverage Dynamic AI awareness in Spain as a strong Business Intelligence solution and help to prepare students for successful careers. We welcome other universities to explore similar opportunities with us: today’s undergraduates will be tomorrow’s company directors and we want to be well positioned."

For further information about the Universidad de Sevilla’s use of Dynamic AI for Business Intelligence instruction and other Data Access products in Spain and Portugal, contact Pepe Guimarães of Moose Software.

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