Slemma Lets Users Explore Unutilized Data through Slack, Internal Messaging Platform
FREMONT, CA: Slemma, a cloud data visualisation and reporting tool, releases a new connector to Internal messaging platform named Slack to enable its users visualize trends available in channels on their lack account.
Slack, a messaging app for teams, makes it easy for companies to integrate many different solutions into their app and allow them to explore numerous types of unused information running through the platform.It includes databases such as MySQL or Google Analytics. By combining various data sources, companies will be able to increase employee awareness. Businesses can visualize various metrics and channels into their Slack app through Slemma that reduces need for more number of apps for the same level of data comprehension.
Teams can organize conversations in open channels by creating individual channels on their Slack account for a particular project, topic and team. To reach a colleague directly, other team members can send a direct message in a private and secure way. For sensitive information, Private Groups can be created with invitation to selected team members.
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