Our mission at Chartio is to enable anyone in a company to explore and understand their data. With that in mind and based on a lot of customer feedback, we just made a big shift in how we handle Customer Success at Chartio and are introducing the Data Advisor role …
Companies are collecting oceans of data, and are faced with transforming it into usable information. Most business users focus on two methods of sharing data - the report and the dashboard. While these two terms mean many things to many people, we will outline below what the business intelligence terms mean and how the report and dashboard have similar features but they are not the same thing.
We are excited to announce that Chartio has been ranked #1 in all four G2 Crowd indices in G2 Crowd’s Fall 2018 Index Reports for Self-Service Business Intelligence. G2 Crowd is the leading business intelligence software review platform, where you can put the leading Self-Service Business Intelligence (BI) tools in a head to head comparison.
Many of our customers use BigQuery as their data warehouse. Google’s BigQuery is an excellent option for many companies because it requires no infrastructure to manage, can store petabytes of data, and uses SQL as its query language. It also works great with Chartio! Here are some of our latest features and support for BigQuery in our Chartio product.
Learn how Motorsport.com has streamlined their data stack and enabled actionable analytics resulting in 30x time savings.
Stay up-to-date without being taken away from your most important daily tasks. Read on about the launch of Chartio's new alerting feature.
In recent years, we’ve seen a big change in the way companies are using data. Read about how Udemy is shifting to on-demand data platforms.
In this post, Andrew Park from Tray.io explains how Apollo uses their data stack - Tray.io, Segment, Amazon Redshift and Chartio
In this edition of Off The Charts, we sat down with Cory Jez, Coordinator, Basketball Analytics at the Utah Jazz to discuss his career in data.
Let's take a more intimate look into our product momentum. Continue reading to see some of the exciting features we launched in April.
In this edition of Off the Charts, we spoke with Jason Harris, Data Evangelist at Panoply, about what it means to be a data evangelist.
Is the distribution of Venture Capital funding across the U.S. changing? We take a look at early VC funding rounds and where they are located.
In this Off the Charts, we spoke with Kostas Pardalis, CEO and co-founder of Blendo on the adventures of starting a company in Athens, Greece, finding the right talent to grow and building an ETL product for a global market.
If you haven’t yet learned SQL, know someone who’s learning, or want to brush up in our practice areas, check out the new SQL Tutorial.
In this article, learn exactly what a data warehouse is and most importantly, how to select the right data warehouse for your company.
We analyzed 90,000 dashboards, and the findings showed interesting take-aways on dashboard creation, dashboard popularity and viewership.
We are excited to announce that we were awarded “Fastest Implementation” in G2 Crowd’s Winter 2018 Implementation Index for Self-Service Business Intelligence. Read more about what this award means for us and our customers.
We are excited to announce that Chartio supports Amazon Athena, an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Read more about the integration announcement in this blog post.
Recently, we’ve hit notable milestones in our journey to JOIN people ON data. Read about our progress and what customer reviews mean to us.
Some historical trends tend to indicate whether or not there is VC funding money out there to be won. we dug into the data to determine whether or not the S&P and other market indicators are correlated to funding availability.