Domo Shines a Light on Dark Data with New Augmented Capabilities in the Business Cloud

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According to a recent press release, “Today Domo announced it is making it even easier to get BI leverage at cloud scale in record time through new augmented capabilities in the Domo Business Cloud. In a new Dimensional Research study sponsored by Domo, 92% of individuals surveyed said they’ve made decisions in the past three months without having all the information they wanted, with most reporting that data is just too hard to access. And while 77% of respondents reported they know “dark data” across their organizations goes unused, 88% of people said they struggle to access data that is outside their control.”

Catherine Wong, chief product officer and EVP of Engineering, said, “We believe that moving fast and using great data is what will define great companies in the cloud era, however getting the right data and making it usable has been too difficult and time consuming… We’ve introduced these new intelligent capabilities into the Business Cloud to augment how data is accessed and leveraged with the goal of turbo-charging the speed at which companies can innovate and move their business forward.”

The release continues, “Domo’s new capabilities include ubiquitous machine learning and data science capabilities as well as more powerful data management tools that help technical and non-technical users move more rapidly from data to insight to model to action in a single workflow. As a result, anyone can leverage massive data volumes more easily to boldly dream up and deliver innovations that drive business forward. Domo’s new capabilities augment how data is connected and transformed, visualized and analyzed, as well as extended across and beyond organizations through data, apps and workflows.”

Read more at domo.com.

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