GoodData founder and CEO Roman Stanek to discuss big data’s role in the enterprise
SAN FRANCISCO – June 6, 2014 – GoodData, the leader in cloud business intelligence, today announced that its founder and CEO Roman Stanek will be speaking at PLATFORM - The Goldman Sachs Enterprise Cloud Conference on June 11 at Rosewood Sand Hill in Menlo Park, California. Stanek will contribute to a panel on putting big data to work and the broader role of next-generation technologies in enterprise.
“Data and analytics is quickly becoming the defining competitive advantage for companies poised for growth,” said Stanek. “I look forward to joining Goldman Sachs in the discussion of how to arm every company with real-time analytics to make business critical decisions.”
Stanek is a passionate entrepreneur and industry thought leader with over 20 years of high-tech experience. His latest venture, GoodData, was founded in 2007 with the mission to disrupt the business intelligence space and monetize big data. Prior to GoodData, Stanek was Founder and CEO of NetBeans, the leading Java development environment, acquired by Sun Microsystems in 1999, and Systinet, a leading SOA governance platform, acquired by Mercury Interactive, later Hewlett Packard, in 2006.
GoodData is the leading cloud-based data and analytics platform, bringing AI-fueled data-driven decision-making to organizations across the globe. With a platform that leverages the potential of automation and AI, GoodData empowers its customers to make data analytics available to every single end user via real-time, self-service data insights right at the point of work. Over 140,000 of the world’s top businesses and 3.2 million users rely on GoodData in order to drive meaningful change and achieve more through data.
GoodData is headquartered in San Francisco and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Intel Capital, TOTVS, and others. For more information, visit GoodData's website, and follow GoodData on LinkedIn, YouTube, Medium and Twitter.
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