Analytic data products are like Kale for your company, so value-rich that all you have to do is cook it and serve it correctly and your company can immediately enjoy the organizational health benefits of publishing analytics. With these vitamin-fortified data products, the sniffles from negl
Wellness initiatives are driven by workplace culture and are often disregarded by early-stage companies. It is very easy for hard-driving, hyper-growth startups to focus their attention on easily measurable business metrics rather than “soft” concepts like culture.
Earlier in February, I had the pleasure of being Master of Ceremonies for GoodData’s Data Monetization Summit at the St. Regis in San Francisco.
A Review of the Vendors in the 2016 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence Platforms
What would you consider the most overhyped tech term? Disruption? Big Data? The Internet of Things?
‘Tis is the season to be jolly, and at GoodData, there is holiday cheer everywhere!
Business Intelligence (BI) is crucial to companies and especially, to executives.
In fact, BI enables managers to make smarter decisions by providing them with a broad and accurate picture of the business.
Finding the ROI of an organization’s analytic-based investments and understanding the concept of operational intelligence is the key to success within a BI system.
The term “cloud computing” was first used in 1996 in the offices of Compaq. They were plotting out a revenue model that would generate $2 billion a year in hardware sales to Internet providers.
Cyber Monday may have come and gone, but the $3 billion spent across the web shows that the age of digital buying is here to stay.
You already own a great product–but your customers need to get more from the data they already feed into your product. Like 25% of product leaders, you know that embedding an analytics feature in your product is the logical next step.
As the head of Marketing and Products at GoodData, it was invigorating to attend Intel Capital's Global Summit with our Founder and CEO, Roman Stanek.
This is an exciting time for creative and professional services. In my 30 years of experience, I’ve never seen so much opportunity! A number of forces in the economy are driving a tremendous amount of demand for the sector. During the last decade the workforce has seen a dramatic shift.
As the countdown clock ticks closer to embedded analytics products’ launch time, there are specific tasks that every product manager must complete.
For just a moment, think about how you’ve changed since 2012. Close your eyes, picture yourself three years ago. Have you changed? I was funnier then.
An eclectic group of GoodData customers, partners, and the curious joined us in NYC on October 20th for our Data Monetization Summit.