Participants to include Comcast, Walgreens, Zendesk, Bonobos and more
SAN FRANCISCO – November 5, 2014 – Today GoodData announced that it has established the company’s first Customer Advisory Board. The first meeting of the Customer Advisory Board, comprised of 15 business and technology executives, will be held in San Francisco on November 6, 2014. Participants include executives from Comcast, Walgreens, Bonobos, Zendesk, Millennial Media and more.
GoodData’s first Customer Advisory Board meeting will involve in-depth, interactive discussions on a number of topics including: customer needs, corporate strategy, product roadmap and communication. GoodData executives will also share details and collect feedback around a major upcoming product release to be launched in 2015.
“Customer success is GoodData’s top priority,” said GoodData CEO and founder Roman Stanek. “We value customer input in everything we do and constantly strive to align product development with customer needs. Assembling this customer advisory board allows us to formalize that process with our most engaged customers and continue to innovate our platform along their business goals.”
The GoodData Customer Advisory Board will meet for a full-day session twice a year. Participating executives include customers at the C-Suite and Vice President levels.
GoodData is on a mission to break data silos. Flexible, open, secure, and scalable, GoodData’s leading data and analytics platform provides standardized metrics and real-time analytics across organizations and to their customers. To this day, GoodData has helped more than 140,000 of the world’s top businesses deliver on their analytics goals and scale their use cases — from self-service and embeddable analytics to machine learning and IoT.
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