Embedding Business Analytics

Choosing the right tools and services to embed into your product is always challenging. There are always many factors to consider, and the decisions you make today can affect the direction your product takes for years to come. That challenge has always been especially hard when adding analytics to your product. Many traditional analytic solutions simply weren’t designed for embedding while many others didn’t offer a business model to support them. And if your software is on or migrating to the cloud, as most companies are, finding cloud services that integrate with Amazon Web Services (AWS) also adds to the complexity.

In this book, we’ll outline both the promise and problems with today’s analytic tools and introduce you to a new, modern approach to business analytics in the cloud that can deliver the solutions your product needs and a business model specifically tailored for OEM software vendors.

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Embedded Analytics Built for Developers

Developers love Qrvey because Qrvey is built for the way you build software. Qrvey boosts developer productivity with low-code javascript widgets combined with a powerful suite of APIs that let you build custom analytics features directly into your SaaS application with full customization and white-labeling. You can easily integrate and embed data collection, transformation, analysis, visualizations, automation and AI/ML functionality. Best of all, Qrvey is the only cloud-native embedded platform that is 100% SDLC compliant.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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3 Keys to Unleashing the Power of Data Analytics in Commercial Construction

The pandemic has seen to that in ways no outside force ever could. McKinsey, for example, reports senior business leaders have accelerated “digitization of their customer and supply-chain interactions… by three to four years.” The executives also say their acquisition of digital or digitally-enabled products has leapfrogged seven years.

This may not be news to you. It’s likely your company has made its share of large and small digital bets. But the expanding flow of data raises some interesting questions:

  • How are you harnessing your database?
  • How could data analytics better support decision-making?
  • What steps can you take — right now — to advance your analytics?

This playbook examines the quickening pace of digital automation in the construction industry and the insights that transformation represents through real-time analytics.

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Construction’s Digital Transformation

Your competition is finding faster ways to capture data and get critical insights from the field into their existing systems. In short, they’re not going bigger, they’re getting smarter.

In this eBook on the construction industry’s digital transformation, find out why the trend is to modernize workflows – and how you can stay ahead of the curve.

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7 Steps to Quickly Move from Paper-Based to Digital

Can you really do more with less? Amid these unprecedented times, those who flourish will be the teams finding new ways to grow, despite the construction industry’s ongoing shortages and delays.

Modernizing operations is the first step to maximize growth and unlock productivity. Embracing software will streamline your core business processes, save you hours of time, centralize projects, and mitigate risks.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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Embedded Analytics – Build vs Buy

As a software company, you already know the value of data and analytics can bring to your business. That means the real decision is whether to build your own in-house analytics or invest in an analytics platform that can be easily embedded into your software. Fortunately, you can make the right decision by downloading Qrvey’s Build vs Buy guide for software providers.

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7 Aspects Sales Leaders Should Prioritize While Choosing A CRM

CRM or customer relationship management is an approach to manage your company's interactions with your current and potential customers. By using CRM software, you could store customer data and make use of it to engage with new clients and retain existing ones with ease. The system also helps your employees gain valuable insights into your sales, marketing, and service management processes to facilitate cooperation between multiple teams.

CRM systems are at the heart of modern business processes that depend on capturing, analyzing, and using customer information to make decisions.

Due to such insights, your sales, marketing, and service teams get a better understanding of strategies that work and the ones that don't. With these insights, they could adjust their workflows for the best possible outcomes.

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CRM For Service Automation

Service Automation is a combination of workflow orchestration, workload automation, and resource provisioning across an organization's hybrid digital infrastructure.

In simpler words, Service Automation refers to the delivery of service activities in an automated manner, using a software or an online platform.

Apart from improving service accessibility, Service Automation also frees your team to concentrate on value-based activities that have the potential of building better relationships with customers through personalization.

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