Results for "Big Data"

The Need for Big Data-Fueled Marketing BI

Big data-fueled marketing bi

Data exhaust. Cyber shadow. Digital footprint. Turns out our passionate embrace of all these interconnected digital devices is leaving a kind of transactional trail that, in the aggregate, has come to be known as Big Data. We are creating enormous quantities of the stuff, and modern organizations are increasingly eager to poke around in it. …

The Partnership Between Gamification And Data

gamification of data for enterprise

Let’s get one thing straight: Gamification does not mean gaming. Gamification borrows the characteristics of games and applies them to non-game contexts. Gamification works by taking advantage of humans’ natural predisposition to engage in competitive activities in order to achieve a desired outcome, whether it’s learning a new language or clicking “buy now” on a …

The Measuring Sticks of Sales Productivity

measuring stick of sales productivity

This blog post is extracted from the SiriusDecisions Research Brief “The Measuring Sticks of Sales Productivity.” Get the full article for free on the Domo Learn Center. The world is flat, or at least we thought it was until Columbus made a discovery or two while trying to find a faster route to the Far …

Infographic: The World Needs Data Scientists

explaining the need for data scientists

Every organization has at least two kinds of data consumers: the first is the executive or business leader who needs quick insights on reliable metrics, so they can make faster decisions. The second is the data scientist and analyst who looks for the stories and connections within the data that no one else can see. …

Why Data Democracy Is Your Competitors’ Best Tool

data democracy

Too often, business analysts, data scientists, and similar power users share their analytic epiphanies with a very short list of peers and management. Those insights should be shared across departments if the enterprise is to get the fullest value from big data. For example, analytics may show the root cause of a new form of …

Are Data Warehouses Just a Stop-Gap?

data warehouse as a stop gap

Some technologies are heralded as having arrived, only to falter for years, sometimes decades. In movies, 3D took about half a century to gain traction. “Smart” appliances, such as refrigerators that track your grocery inventory, were the next big thing—a decade ago. Smart appliances are still around, and we’re all still waiting for them to …

Where Data Warehouses Fall Short

where data warehouses fall short

The data warehouse seems like a perfect BI solution. It provides a central repository for storing all of an organization’s data that, in turn, gives reporting tools a single location where those tools can find and extract useful data that can then be analyzed and consumed. The disappointing reality. The reality is different. Picture a …

How Big Data Is Coming into Play at the World Cup


Now in its second week, the 2014 FIFA World Cup is officially one of the most-watched television events of all time. According to reports, the first U.S. match in Brazil garnered over 16 million American TV viewers, making it the highest-rated men’s soccer match ever. While all eyes are glued to the soccer field where …

Is data volume making retailers too sluggish?

retailers struggling with big data

Fresh off of a great event for Domo at IRCE 2014 in Chicago, I thought I would share a few thoughts and observations that shaped many of the conversations we had with people stopping by to meet us. Abundance—or overabundance—of “solutions” The size of the show was impressive with many new offerings for retailers.. It …

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