by Angela Guess
A recent press release states, “data.world today announced the launch of its data collaboration platform for the enterprise. The new platform breaks down the barriers separating people, data, and business impact to unleash data’s true potential within any organization. Now, for the first time ever, data professionals and less-technical stakeholders can work together productively within an integrated, discoverable, collaborative, and secure environment. The result is unprecedented efficiency in data problem solving—at a fraction of the time, cost, and hassle of typical approaches to data teamwork.”
The release goes on, “The platform is launching with integrations with leading enterprise data solutions including Tableau, Microsoft Excel and Power BI, IBM SPSS, MicroStrategy, Google Data Studio, and others. It also features integrations with leading data tools, from R and Python to IFTTT, CKAN, and others. Clients include the Associated Press (see accompanying press release), NSF-funded materials science researchers at Northwestern University, global conservation NGO Rare, data and research company eMarketer, corporate philanthropy and personal giving platform encast, and multi-sensory learning device provider Square Panda, among others.”
data.world Co-founder and CEO Brett Hurt commented, “Data will only become a truly transformative force when everyone can contribute to—and benefit fully from—this resource… The data.world platform brings more people and expertise to bear on solving complex problems, and replaces needless barriers with meaningful connections between people and data. We bring the power of people to data.”
Read more at Globe Newswire.
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