Looker Simplifies Data Delivery with Powered by Looker

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A new article out of the company reports, “Looker, the company that is powering data-driven businesses, today released substantial enhancements to Powered by Looker, one of the flagship capabilities available on the Looker Data Platform. The company introduced a suite of new application building tools that make it easier than ever to deliver data inside applications or build custom applications for data exploration and analytics externally to customers. New upgraded features include enhanced APIs, embedding, and OEM capabilities, along with an upcoming library of pre-built application modules that make it easy for any product manager, data analyst or developer to build not just charts and dashboards, but complete analytics solutions into their existing tools, webpages, and applications.”

Frank Bien, CEO of Looker, commented, “The customer adoption of Powered by Looker has grown dramatically over the last two years because companies understand the value of having data wherever they want it, not just in a BI tool… For companies wanting to deliver data to their customers or simply embed data into their existing applications Powered by Looker is proving to be one of the easiest, most flexible and customizable solutions on the market.”

The article adds, “Looker customers can use Powered by Looker for a myriad of uses, including exposing a single trusted data point within other applications through a simple API, building complete embedded data applications, or even creating an entire whitelabeled Looker solution, providing the entire suite of Looker functionality to all their users.”

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Photo credit: Looker

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