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The fact that California, and especially the Bay Area, leads the U.S. in Venture Capital (VC) funding in all rounds isn’t new news. But is this changing? We took a look at all early VC funding rounds (Seed, Series A, and Series B) were also staying mostly in California or if other areas in the U.S. were starting to pull some of that funding away from the Golden State.
If the future of modern business relies on being data-driven, let’s examine how product analytics can help shape the future of software companies. Because, product analytics shouldn't just be for the Product team.
In this blog post, we’ll highlight a list of high-performing and leading vendors as analyzed by G2 Crowd reviews in their bi-annual report on the state of self-service Business Intelligence. Get your checklist in this blog post.
Ever wondered what are the stages of the Business Intelligence buyer's journey and key activities within each stage? Here is an infographic version of the buyer's journey that visualizes each step of the process.
We polled Business Intelligence buyers and found that you need to start the process by evaluating based on your business needs. Get a framework around the evaluation process and break the evaluation journey into a few steps.
Business leaders believe data will change the way they do business. Learn the business benefits of implementing a Self-Service Business Intelligence solution that enables everyone, from an analyst to a business user, to explore data.
Gartner predicts that most workers will have access to self-service tools for analysis as they shift to deploying modern BI platforms. This white paper will help you evaluate and implement a self-service Business Intelligence tool.