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The Power of Business Friendly Analytics, Everywhere Business is Done

In this friendly yet fast-paced webinar, Cameron O'Rourke, will show you the full-range of GoodData embedded business intelligence (BI) capabilities — from data intake to creating analytics, as well as building dashboards, embedding, and managing large-scale analytic deployments.

Learn why 50% of the Fortune 500 uses GoodData to power their enterprise and customer-facing applications and find out how you can get started. This is your chance to see the whole platform, end-to-end, and get answers to any questions you may have.

We will cover:
- How analytics for every user is fundamentally different.
- Scaling analytics.
- Analytics for developers.
- Why choose GoodData for embedded, white-label, or OEM analytics?

This webinar is appropriate for:
- Anyone seeking to learn more about how to scale their analytics strategy for the enterprise.
- Anyone evaluating analytics and data management solutions.

Duration:
Approximately 45 minutes with additional time for Q&A.
Recorded May 29 2019 55 mins
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  • Drive Analytics Adoption And Value By Delivering Solutions Not Just Tools Recorded: Jun 27 2019 62 mins
    Boris Evelson, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester & Roman Stanek, CEO, GoodData
    Modern, agile, cloud-based analytics platforms and end user-self service
    were a step in the right direction. They helped increase adoption and value
    of analytics over the last decade as compared to older generation IT
    centric on premise technologies. But we are still just scratching the
    surface. Adoption levels are still quite low in absolute terms and tangible
    analytics ROI is perpetually elusive. Ad-hoc data analysis and end-user
    self service are great but have taken us only so far. Going forward mass
    adoption of analytics will depend on delivering solutions, not just tools,
    finely tuned to solve specific business problems and help businesses
    achieve well defined goals and objectives.

    In this webinar, you will learn:
    - What are the differences between data-driven and insights-driven
    business capabilities
    - What are the differences between bottom-up analytics (data and tool
    centric) and top-down (solution centric) approaches
    - What role do embedded analytics and analytical applications play in
    delivering impactful solutions
    - What analytics platform functionality should you look for to ensure that
    you've got the right platform to build effective solutions
  • Achieving the Promise of Data for the Many with Embedded Analytics Recorded: Jun 19 2019 51 mins
    Tom Pringle, Head of Technology Research, Ovum & Jiří Tůma, Principal Product Manager, GoodData
    The case for data-driven insights driving everyday decision-making – analytics for the many – is as strong today as it was when first conceived. Standing in the way of achieving this goal has been a technology that has never quite been able to serve the vision. That has changed.

    Embedded analytics – powered by evolved technology including simplified data management, consolidated platforms that integrate critical capabilities, and new means to serve analysis, at scale, to any type of business person – provides new opportunity.

    Enterprises looking to meet complex business use cases for analytics more simply and democratically and independent software vendors (ISVs) striving to better serve their customers with analytics-differentiated solutions need to explore the embedded analytics of today.

    In this webinar, you will hear about the benefits of serving data consumers rather than technology users with contextual, personalized, scalable and enterprise-friendly embedded analytics. You will also learn about the major challenges and how organizations overcome them with GoodData platform that connects the data journey from source to insight.
  • The Power of Business Friendly Analytics, Everywhere Business is Done Recorded: May 29 2019 55 mins
    Cameron O'Rourke, Director, GoodData
    In this friendly yet fast-paced webinar, Cameron O'Rourke, will show you the full-range of GoodData embedded business intelligence (BI) capabilities — from data intake to creating analytics, as well as building dashboards, embedding, and managing large-scale analytic deployments.

    Learn why 50% of the Fortune 500 uses GoodData to power their enterprise and customer-facing applications and find out how you can get started. This is your chance to see the whole platform, end-to-end, and get answers to any questions you may have.

    We will cover:
    - How analytics for every user is fundamentally different.
    - Scaling analytics.
    - Analytics for developers.
    - Why choose GoodData for embedded, white-label, or OEM analytics?

    This webinar is appropriate for:
    - Anyone seeking to learn more about how to scale their analytics strategy for the enterprise.
    - Anyone evaluating analytics and data management solutions.

    Duration:
    Approximately 45 minutes with additional time for Q&A.
The Power of Business Friendly Analytics, Everywhere Business is Done.
GoodData is the only platform that provides the creation, delivery, and automated management of analytics at massive scale. We enable companies to embed analytics within their products to deliver insights for their customers, partners, and other users to make business-critical decisions. More than 50 percent of the Fortune 500 are using GoodData to achieve actionable insights. GoodData is headquartered in San Francisco and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Intel Capital, TOTVS, and others.

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