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Business Intelligence Guide
- Compare the pros & cons of the top rated BI vendors including Tableau, Qlikview and Birst
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Customer Insights Through Social Listening
Every business wants an answer to certain questions: 1. What do people say about our product? 2. Who is talking about them and who likes or dislikes - our product?
However, businesses have a few options for how to develop insight into their customers. Learn how social listening can be a cost effective way to find gain market insights.
2015 Business Intelligence Survey Results
The survey results indicate that BI continues to be a strategic area of focus and investment for companies of all sizes. While intent to invest is highest amongst small and mid-size companies, large companies will invest more in areas like Cloud BI, Data Discovery and Visualization, and Big Data. Most companies will continue to use multiple tools in tandem with each other rather than look to a one-size-fits-all solution. Learn more about the ten key findings from this survey.
How Dominant Is Salesforce in the CRM Space?
Interview with Tracy Hansen, CMO Tealium
Megan Headley, Research Director, TrustRadius interviews Tracy Hansen, CMO of Tealium to learn about the strategy to broaden beyond tag management, and how the Tealium platform exactly works and fits into the marketing technology ecosystem. They also discuss industry trends and product roadmap.
Rave Reviews From Members
How we saved $30,000 a year using TrustRadius
Bjorn Billhardt is the founder and CEO of Enspire. Bjorn heard about TrustRadius through a friend. After looking at TrustRadius, Bjorn decided Enspire should do an internal analysis of the marketing automation platform they were using. Upon closely reading what others were saying on TrustRadius, he realized Enspire wasn't really using it in a way that justified its expense. Last spring, Bjorn discontinued his marketing automation software license for an annual saving of $30,000. "I don't think we would've had the confidence to pull the plug if we hadn't read the reviews," he said.