Modern enterprises deal with more data than ever before. Beyond simply aggregating, visualizing and analyzing your data, the conversations about it are crucial to gaining understanding and deriving insights. At Upsight, helping you understand your data so you can optimize your marketing and monetization efforts is central to what we do, so we're always looking for ways to make you and your team's life easier. Today, conversations about data are taking place in email, IM, intranets and elsewhere. A common problem with all these conversations is that your discussion winds up on a static snapshot of your data, unable to be explored, not being updated in future days and living in a separate system that doesn't allow you to easily view other metrics.
This week we're shipping two new improvements to our marketing tools that improve efficiency for digital marketers and streamline the milestone management process.
The digital world runs on video. Modern users expect premium communications wherever possible and they won’t waste time or attention on anything less. That’s why we’re proud to announce that Upsight customers can now leverage videos in their in-app marketing.
With the end of summer in sight, we're rolling out a few helpful product updates that will make it even easier to parse your data and customize visualizations to suit your team's needs. Here's what we've been up to.
Our product team has been hard at work developing a number of incremental workflow improvements across the Upsight platform. This month we’re releasing improvements to DataMine, custom dashboards, and advanced metric settings that will empower everyone on your team to gain the insights they need to positively impact your portfolio’s KPIs. Here’s what we’re shipping this month:
We want to wish our partners, friends and family a very happy holidays and send a huge thank you for your continued support this year.
Candy Crush Saga has taken Facebook and mobile by storm, earning a permanent spot on smartphones, tablets and desktops around the world. But what really has the industry in a tizzy is that the game has only been out for about five months.