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Summary:

More and more, businesses are turning to Insights as a Service as a way to answer questions surrounding their data. In this podcast, Jo Maitland sits down with Patrick Taylor, CEO of Insight Analysis, to discuss why this new technology is important.

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In this week’s GigaOM Research podcast, Research Director Jo Maitland sits down with Patrick Taylor, CEO of Insight Analysis to discuss Insights as a Service and why we companies can use it to save money and analyze their data.

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Host: Jo Maitland
Guest: Patrick Taylor, CEO of Insight Analysis

  • What is Insights as a Service?
  • Difference between Analytics as a Service and Insights as a Service
  • What businesses can deliver with Insights as a Service to make better decisions
  • Examples of successful Insights as a Service implementations
  • Privacy issues
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  1. Great podcast! Too many companies have no idea what to do with their sales analytics and data. All the data in the world is ultimately useless unless the proper analysis can be applied to draw out meaningful, actionable insights. The product at InsightSquared (naturally falling under the umbrella of Insights-as-a-Service) helps solve much of the riddles around sales analytics and data with simple reporting capabilities.

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