When Segment decided to announce an offering that enabled any customer to collect, store, and access their customer and web analytics data through a hosted AWS Redshift connection we wanted to be part of it. It's an approach that gives customers an easy way to build their own analytics stack, reaping the benefits of a build-your-own approach without needing to have the technology expertise in house. With access to this data, organizations are now open to a whole new world of business intelligence and analytics platforms - especially Looker.
Warby Parker is a data-driven company. In order to make the most informed decisions at the quickest pace, we need to get the right info into the hands of the right people as fast as possible. Looker is the tool that helps us do this.
I feel like many times we are obsessed with the process of collecting Big Data. The value of Big Data, however, comes from pulling it, organizing it, and re-ordering it.
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Data is a core part of building Asana, and every team relies on it in their own way. How do you build one system to support all those diverse needs?