Transparency is the First Step to Recovery

With any good 12-step program, admitting there’s a problem is … well, you know. But when it comes to business intelligence, sometimes that admission is hard to come by

By Shawn Dickerson, Director of Marketing

Monday, August 29, 2011

Data, Data Everywhere…

“The problem we have is generating reports from our 26 different states who all use different data sources.” As I listened to this Director of Business Intelligence from a Swiss company at the recent TDWI Conference in San Diego

By Thamina Christensen, Marketing Project Manager

Thursday, August 25, 2011

When Does Data Massaging Become Naughty?

I am 35 years old and I have never had a massage. Crazy? Maybe. I like to think I know what I am doing. The fact of the matter is I am quite certain I would love the experience, but I don’t want to “need” the experience to the tune of $50-$100/month. I know friends

By Dan Roden, Director of Marketing Experience

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Domo (Thank You), Apple

Last weekend, I drew the short straw and won the honors of setting up the wireless network at home. (We recently moved.) I’ve done the wireless network thing before and it’s never been fun or easy. In fact

By Julie Kehoe, VP of Communications

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Good to Great with BI Implementations

I was recently thinking back to a panel I was on with a VP at SAP discussing Business Intelligence (BI) and what makes companies best-in-class. The moderator was a leading BI analyst. The topic of discussion was

By Mark Christensen, Director, OEM Programs

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

The Only Feature that Matters

Domo just wrapped up a week at the Infosys Connect conference – a global gathering of Infosys consultants, Global 2000 customers and industry analysts – where our company was a platinum sponsor. The week featured

By Shawn Dickerson, Director of Marketing

Monday, August 15, 2011

Keeping up with Big Data’s Growth Curve

SAP recently unveiled their Hana offering which is an exciting new data storage technology and started another chapter in the big data, high performance computing saga — a sector now getting lots of attention from the BI industry. And rightly so

By Jeff Burtenshaw, VP Community Platform

Thursday, August 11, 2011

B.I. JOE #halfthebattle

As a young boy in the mid-80’s, I often found myself cheering the G.I. JOE team during their epic battles against the evil Cobra organization. At the end of each episode, after hundreds of laser blasts that never seemed to hit anything and the only casualty being Cobra Commander’s ego due to another foiled plot of world domination, there was a short range of scenes dedicated to the life instruction of the JOE followers

By Dan Roden, Director of Marketing Experience

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Less is More … or Is it?

In a recent customer survey we asked how many unique key performance indicators (KPIs) they use in their company. We had choices from under 10 KPIs to over 1,000 KPIs. This chart shows the results of the survey

By Gary Gibb, Director Product Management

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

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