Digital Hive launches the industry’s first no-code visual design studio for data storytelling that leverages all enterprise data sources

Digital hive launches the next generation of its intelligent analytics portal that makes finding, accessing and sharing enterprise analytics and BI (ABI) results and other business information as easy as use of Netflix or Spotify. Featuring the industry’s first “no-code” visual design studio, it promotes data literacy by empowering non-technical people in the business to create data stories, including live infographics, that leverage all business analysis and business intelligence (ABI) sources. Digital Hive 2.0 is generally available now.

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Designed for today’s business challenges

Digital Hive’s visual user experience and wide range of connectors provide organizations with a quick and easy way to make data and analytics from multiple systems available to different user groups. Administrators can easily connect and update these sources in seconds using a new wizard interface. Within minutes, they can also design custom, company-branded portals – called “hives” – that present this data in ways that are relevant to different roles, business units and project teams. As such, Digital Hive is ideal for a range of today’s business scenarios such as:

Mergers and acquisitions integration – Companies that expand internationally through mergers and acquisitions activity need to integrate business information from multiple vendors and versions. Digital Hive provides a quick and easy way to get the right information to the right teams so they can work productively and achieve their goals during major business shifts. Organizations can retain and obtain information from multiple ABI systems without having to settle for a “lowest common denominator approach”. (link to Froneri generic use case)

Hybrid and Virtual Teams – Digital Hive is ideal for companies like PATTISON Outdoor Advertising, whose distributed sales team and mix of home and office workers spread across different regions need equal access to campaign materials, images and videos to do their job effectively. For PATTISON, Digital Hive helps sellers navigate and highlight the latest marketing assets for their region or industry from a massive 1TB database so they can close deals and support clients.

Digital Transformation – Businesses that have transformed during the pandemic are looking to improve efficiency, productivity, and service through better access to data insights. Business travel company Clarity manages its own operations more successfully with data from Digital Hive and extends it to customers so they can track key metrics, from travel costs to carbon offsetting. Check out the full case study here.

Darren Williams, Head of Finance Operations, Management Information and Data, “The great thing about Digital Hive is that it allows me to very quickly model something and then go create it, and just as quickly change something. means I can design and build at the same time, which has always really reduced costs and simplified the whole effort of creating a custom travel cost and management portal for a Clarity client.”

Additional Resources

  • Read highlights from the 2020 Gartner Cool Vendor Report – Analytics and Data Science here
  • Book a 30 minute demo of Digital Hive here
  • Register for upcoming Digital Hive virtual events or watch on demand here

About the digital hive

Digital Hive is a global software company that provides an intelligent analytics portal to content analytics and BI tools, content management systems and file systems – on-premises and in the cloud. By providing a single, shared organizational view, federated search across tools, and custom branding, Digital Hive helps drive systems adoption, improve data literacy, and provide data stories for better decision-making. decision-making and better business performance. A 2020 Gartner Cool Vendor, Digital Hive customers like Clarity, DFS, Highmark, Pomona College, and the University of Denver.

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Briana R. Cross