New Report, Sponsored By Domo, Aims To Help CEOs Cut Through Big Data Hype
SILICON SLOPES, Utah – November 6, 2012 – Today Domo announced the availability of a new research report by Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services on “Driving Revenues with Big Data.” This new report is intended to help executives sort through the big data hype with practical insights on how big data can be used to improve business performance and increase top- and bottom-line revenues.
“There’s so much noise and expectation around big data, yet many CEOs with whom I speak just want to cut to the chase,” said Josh James, Domo founder and CEO. “Big data is at the top of the strategic agenda of many organizations. Our goal in sponsoring this report was to enable a more practical discussion around how to get real value from this overload of business information.”
The new Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services report uncovers multiple areas where real companies are using business data to improve performance such as reducing labor costs, increasing margins and boosting productivity. A copy of “Driving Revenues with Big Data” can be downloaded here.
Domo is a cloud-based executive management platform that redefines the business intelligence (BI) market and transforms the way business is managed. Domo gives users direct, real-time access to all the business information they care about, all in one place. The company was started by Josh James, co-founder and longtime CEO of web analytics powerhouse, Omniture.
With $63 million in funding, Domo is backed by an all-star list of angels and investors including Benchmark Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, IVP, Ron Conway and David Lee of SV Angel, Hummer Winblad, plus the who’s who of SaaS and Internet technology.
Domo’s founding team consists of some of the most sought after talent in the industry with experience that includes Amazon, American Express, Ancestry.com, eBay, Endeca, Facebook, Google, Linkedin, MLB.com, Omniture, Salesforce.com and SAP.
For more information, visit Domo online.
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