New pricing extends powerful and secure analytics to all, optimizing business growth
SAN FRANCISCO, November 7, 2019 — GoodData®, a leader in enterprise analytics solutions, announced today that it extended its new Freemium tier pricing to the European Union (E.U.) countries, bringing one of the first, free General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliant analytics product to the E.U. market.
The move underscores GoodData’s vision that data analytics should be available to every company, small or large and data privacy and protection should be a norm.
“We want everyone to see how analytics will help their business grow,” says GoodData CEO Roman Stanek. “But growth is just part of the equation. Those businesses also need to comply with privacy regulations, and the GoodData platform enables that, too.”
With 80,000 businesses, over a million users and massively scalable, secure and high-performance analytics and insights Platform-as-a-Service, GoodData offers the transformational technology and expertise to operationalize intelligent decisions within business applications and business processes.
By launching a Freemium option, GoodData further democratizes the use of data in companies large and small, underscoring its belief that analytics should be for everyone, everywhere.
For more information on GoodData’s new pricing tiers, please visit the GoodData pricing page.
GoodData is on a mission to break data silos. Real-time, open, secure, and scalable, GoodData’s leading composable data and analytics platform provides a single source of truth 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.
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 and Twitter.
Ras Gill-Boulos, VP, Marketing