Dataself Corp, Leading Provider Of Analytics And Business Intelligence (BI) Solutions For SMBs, To Release Annual BI Survey Results At Tableau Conference 2017.
DataSelf Corporation, the leading provider of analytics and business intelligence (BI) solutions for small to medium-sized businesses (SMB’s), announced the release of the results of their annual BI survey at Tableau Conference 2017.
DataSelf, the data connection people, have a question for thousands of attendees at the Tableau Conference: Where does the data come from?
Few business users think about data sources. That’s one of the 2017 conclusions based on the annual survey of business intelligence users at mid-sized businesses—the seventeenth annual survey.
That’s why DataSelf thinks so much about data connections. First, to know the sources: Microsoft Dynamics, Sage ERP and CRM, Salesforce, Acumatica, NetSuite, Excel, and other less common ones.
More important, each source requires a connection capable of a full-throttle, pedal-to-the-metal flow of data straight into Tableau’s beating heart. It’s all plumb-and-play (a.k.a. “plug and play”). DataSelf hooks up the data plumbing, and the customer is all set for insights.
Can it be done without help? Yes, but it doesn’t have to be. The typical medium-sized businesses have complex data that can rival larger enterprises. Getting the data plumbing right is no walk in the park.
One more question.
Here’s another question: What’s done with company data? Tableau, the most intuitive visual analytics platform on the market, is a whiz at presenting it
Then what? There is now a nice, shiny data faucet. There are millions of choices for water and a million more for data. Will new insights help to compete? Control costs? Develop products? Exactly how will that data flow into user traction and valuable insights?
DataSelf is among the only providers of end-to-end connections, resulting in DataSelf connecting the data—and more. DataSelf founder and CEO Joni Girardi says, “Our clients rely on us to help them connect the dots.”