ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Faster BI for the Masses: How Search Can Make Analytics More Accessible

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Despite advancements in the BI process, running queries and producing reports can still be slow and difficult. Users often have to wait for a technical expert to help them set up and run queries, and then wait even longer for assistance when they need to edit reports or drill down further into their data. This can be a lengthy and arduous process, especially if their technical support doesn’t have a strong understanding of the business.

Search-driven analytics makes this process easier by making analytics more accessible to non-technical business users. Most users today are familiar with search through the use of commercial search engines. Using search empowers users to quickly locate data and analyze it, without relying on a technical expert or data analyst.

The result is faster access to data for everyone, and reduced backlog of report requests for the BI team.

Watch this webinar to learn more about:

  • How search delivers faster, easier, data access
  • How leading organizations are using search to improve their data strategies
  • Best practices for getting started with search-driven analytics
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David Stodder
Research Director
TDWI

David Stodder
Research Director
TDWI

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Lisa Kant
Sr. Director, Product Marketing
ThoughtSpot

Lisa Kant
Sr. Director, Product Marketing
ThoughtSpot

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Why ThoughtSpot

ThoughtSpot is the world’s first relational search engine—anyone can be their own data analyst. Learn more

Easy for Everyone

Easy for Everyone

Anyone can use the power and simplicity of search to analyze their data 1000x faster.


Reduced Reporting Backlog

Reduced Reporting Backlog

Eliminate 90% of your reporting backlog by giving every business person the power to answer their own questions.


Speed at Scale

Speed at Scale

Calculates answers on the fly in-memory across billions of rows of data.

Faster BI for the Masses:
How Search Can Make Analytics More Accessible