Salesforce Comes Up with Next Wave of Mobile Innovation for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud
SAN FRANCISCO, CA: Salesforce has unveiled the next wave of mobile innovation for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud to empower every business user with instant insights, anywhere.
Users can now import and analyze new data sources, build entirely new dashboards and share insights in just seconds from their phone. Additionally, a free playground version of the Analytics Cloud is available for desktop and mobile devices—now anyone can experience the power of the Analytics Cloud using their own imported data or a variety of preloaded data sets.
According to a recent McKinsey & Company study, companies making intensive use of customer analytics are 2.6 times more likely to have a significantly higher ROI than competitors. Despite this overwhelming advantage, most analytics solutions are not designed to be accessible to business users.
The new mobile innovations for the Salesforce Analytics Cloud and the Wave Platform include Wave Mobile Connector, Wave Mobile Dashboard Designer and Wave Links. Leveraging Wave Mobile Connector, with a single tap, users will be able to import a raw data file, such as a CSV file, into the Analytics Cloud mobile app, transforming it into interactive visualizations that can be explored instantly—directly on their phone. While, Wave Mobile Dashboard Designer helps users create an entire analytics dashboard using any data source. Wave Links- The Salesforce1 Mobile App will be able to connect directly to specific data sets, charts or dashboards in the Analytics Cloud mobile app—making it easier than ever for users to run their business from their phone.
Salesforce Analytics Cloud is generally available in English, with additional language support forthcoming. The Analytics Cloud mobile app is available on Apple iOS for iPhone and iPad, with additional device support forthcoming.
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