What is DOMO? See why Domo is better than BI, bigger than analytics, and beyond big data. Domo is the world’s first business management platform…and it changes everything. Watch this video and learn more here.
As a business leader, you’re at the helm of your business but you’re too busy collecting reports from every far-flung corner of your organization to step back and see the big picture. Domo connects to disparate data sources and instantly visualizes the information you need to call the big shots. With DOMO, you can skip … Continue reading “Lead with confidence.”
Domo’s business management platform will not only simplify your daily business decisions – it will simplify your life. Domo automates your reporting and gives you the ability to make faster, better-informed decisions – which means less time spent gathering information and creating reports and more time enjoying the things you love. Check out this brief … Continue reading “Finally. A Better Life. [Video]”
Spreadsheets are an undeniably useful tool. When it comes to calculating data, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more robust, readily available solution. But when it comes to reporting, spreadsheets cause major problems. Here are three ways spreadsheets are hurting your bottom line when you use them for reporting: They’re time consuming. They’re error … Continue reading “How spreadsheets are messing with your bottom line.”
Competitive advantage can be realized through the adoption of a data-driven culture. This article will explain what a data-driven culture is and the approach an organization should consider in its adoption. Core to the approach is embracing the concept that data is a highly valuable asset and can be used to optimize the ways in … Continue reading “The Four Step Approach to Building a Data Driven Culture”
IT due diligence is often one of the most overlooked processes in M&A activity. Although many PE professionals are extremely thorough with their financial and legal diligence, IT matters tend to barely enter the conversation.
This is surprising and, in my opinion, a mistake. As Mark Cattini, President and CEO of AutoTask so aptly put it “You respect what you inspect.”