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.
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
It’s natural for organizations to think about BI success exclusively in terms of outcomes, because after all, improving the bottom line enables advancement of the organization’s mission.
For example, we often see organizations determining whether a BI project was successful by monitoring for increases in member engagement, conference attendance, or renewal rates. While these metrics are crucial, they don’t account for how an organization plans to achieve them. Simply implementing a BI initiative or setting goals doesn’t address the roadmap for achieving real results.
Gravitate Solutions, the creators of the Nucleus data analytics platform, today announced a 100% client renewal rate since the product launched in 2016.
Yesterday Brandon Leuschen, a Gravitate Solutions Business Development Representative, delivered a webinar called, "Nucleus Analytics: How It Can Help Your Organization Succeed."
Associations and nonprofits finally have a simple, intuitive data analytics platform that's scalable and easy for everyone across the organization to use - no training required! Licensing is for the entire organization, so your whole team can surface insights that move the needle. Making informed decisions using data has never been easier with Nucleus.
“Perhaps the most interesting part of the discussion, raised by [Ron] Moen, was the potential of moving away from models in which the AMS is at the center of the association’s technology infrastructure,” wrote Ernie Smith, Social Media Journalist for Associations Now, in his recap of a session at ASAE Tech 2017.
Topics: Data Analytics