GoodData Updates Accelerator Toolkit to Enhance Data Analytics in Applications

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According to a new press release, “GoodData®, a leader in end-to-end analytics solutions, announced today several new capabilities have been added to their Accelerator Toolkit, which is used by leading enterprise companies to add data analytics into the natural flow of applications versus older, bolt-on Business Intelligence (BI) solutions. The enhanced capabilities are another step in the process of making data understandable, relevant and actionable across product lines and entire companies. ‘Achieving actionable insights from data is the make-it-or-break-it competitive advantage that all companies need, and GoodData continues to push innovation to make analytics everywhere possible,’ said Zdenek Svoboda, co-founder and VP of product, GoodData. New tools make the recently released React.js components library, GoodData.UI, even easier and faster to use. GoodData.UI was released last year to give GoodData customers more options to build analytical user interfaces in a way that no dash-boarding tool in the world does out of the box.”

The release continues, “With GoodData.UI, developers build applications from ready-made and custom React components, and customize visualizations in just a few lines of code. No iframes are involved in the process. That means product engineers can more easily create analytics that blend into applications, and their UIs — but still with advanced capabilities. The user interfaces can also be domain specific, as opposed to the general purpose analytics tools that dominate the market. With enhancements to the Accelerator Toolkit and continuous additions to the well- documented components in the GoodData.UI library, more companies and product designers, not just engineers, can build highly analytical applications, giving companies ultimate flexibility while cutting development time and implementation costs. Traditional embedded analytics and dashboards are not enough to drive uptake of analytics.”

Read more at Globe Newswire.

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