Data is one of the hottest topics in business today, and the way it impacts business function is only getting started. Organizations are scrambling to glean insights from what data they have, while preparing for the exponential growth that will impact every facet of operations. Knowing these five trends will keep you ahead of the curve in 2019:
Our product team has been exceptionally busy with Nucleus development, and a host of new features just landed! We’re excited to share these updates because they’ll be immediately useful for your organization.
Those of you who attended the ASAE Technology conference may have heard Theresa Payton's keynote address, which mentioned Quantum Computing. I've been following the evolution of Quantum Computing for several years and believe in its transformative potential, so I’m excited to see it discussed in the association community!
Topics: Data Analytics
Knowing what your association members think, want, and need is paramount in connecting with them about your offerings. But unless you’re listening attentively to their every comment on community boards, social media, in article commentary, and on product reviews, you’re going to miss key metrics about how engaged they are. Analyzing overall sentiment through automated text analysis helps you quickly understand how engaged your members are and how they’re feeling about your organization, products, or services.
Nucleus clients have surfaced key analytics they want to share with the broader community, whether it be on their public-facing web site, or for their members. The Nucleus product team identified this use case early on, and has responded to client’s needs by developing new features and functionality to support them.
We are firm believers that democratizing data leads to better organizational effectiveness. But occasionally, a need arises where you must provide specific views into your data. With our new role-based access feature, you can now personalize your users’ Nucleus experience.
Our Nucleus product team has been working hard to optimize the insights you can gain about your donations and donors to help you to better analyze, anticipate, and improve your organization’s fundraising efforts.
Data analytics platforms often boast the same generic capabilities: all of them are easy to use, the visualizations are both beautiful and actionable, and you'll glean insights that you couldn't have found elsewhere. Unless you have deep knowledge or selection experience, it’s easy to take bold claims at face value. So how can you – without being a data expert – accurately compare platform against platform?
Topics: Data Analytics