Our formula for better decision making.
GoodData knows that making better business decisions means understanding your business needs—and understanding your business data is an integral part of that. We start by defining the key use cases that will help you understand your business and meet your organizational goals.
GoodData Bashes automatically connect your data sources with our best practices to meet specific use cases. Working in conjunction with our fully-integrated BI platform, Bashes track your relevant data in real time, giving you updated insight into your performance, sales, customer behavior, social health and more. Extend the use of Bashes easily by customizing data to reflect your unique business needs so you can measure exactly what you're looking for. Our Bashes work with any data source and any operating system to deliver valuable BI solutions without the technical nonsense.
Bashes are your use cases combined with your data and our platform. They generate on-demand reports of your disparate data, allowing you to make smart business decisions based on all your data represented together in one place. Our easy-to-read dashboards, widgets, charts and tables bring your company's performance to life on your screen, showing exactly what decisions need to be made to monetize your business data.
Track all of your important business data in one place at the same time. Our detailed graphs and charts analyze changes in revenue, performance, website traffic, customer activity and more, and match these against your business goals.
Automatically segment your audiences, products, customer feedback and other important categories related to your business. Using this valuable information, you can make business decisions that cater to your specific market segments.
Set indicators to monitor the status of your business goals throughout the quarter. Our goal indicators alert you when you’re on target, off pace and when something needs more attention to keep you on track, minimizing potential risks and surprises.
Easily understand correlations between key business metrics: Does more effort and cost drive higher value deals? Which marketing lead sources have the highest ROI and conversion? See patterns in the data that would otherwise be invisible.
Measure activity at every stage of the sales funnel to identify which actions were taken, when they were taken and how many people took those actions. Compare these changes against previous weeks and set goals to evaluate the effectiveness of your campaign over a specific period of time.
Display multiple sets of related data for easy comparison. Using this information, you can identify differentiators and opportunities, and eliminate variables in your decision-making process.
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