Food delivery aggregators know that having a wide range of restaurants and an extensive selection of cuisine is one of the keys to success. This means that aggregator sales representatives have to weigh up a lot of different factors if they’re to acquire the right restaurants. And that’s where a location intelligence tool and data-driven approach can come in handy. Read our step-by-step guide…
Are we all on the same page? The question crops up at meetings all the time. But the reason for that is because it points to a problem all companies face. If all employees are not in sync, it becomes very difficult to properly evaluate data and plan accordingly. That’s why having an intelligent platform that democratises data using the same key metrics and indicators, an intuitive system that can mine the potential of all that information, is essential.
Location, location, location! Every day we’re presented with situations in which we need to search for the right directions. It could be a scenario as simple as finding the best route from your home to a restaurant you’ve never been to. What most of us do is look up Google Maps or a similar app, input the information and start the search. This is the most basic form of location intelligence.
Can you imagine an analytical tool in your browser that would help to get answers to all complicated business questions, that starts with ”where” while you don’t have to learn how to use it?
CleverAnalytics was included among the top 50 European startups and selected to participate in Europe’s largest multi-corporate accelerator program.
CleverAnalytics has scored 76 out of 100 according to Early Metrics criteria, which means that Clever Analytics ranks among the top 20% of 1350+ startups as rated by the rating agency. The rating analysis identifies some really impressive features that Clever Analytics is set to build on as it continues its upward development curve!
CleverAnalytics took part in WebSummit conference, that was held from 6th to 9th November 2017 in Lisbon. The Czech startup was one of the 33 startups that were carefully chosen and given an opportunity to present in front of a startup contest panel consisted of managers from Facebook, Microsoft, Slack, Booking.com and more. Attendees of the conference had not only an opportunity to see the pitch but also could come by in Startup Alley where Clever Analytics showed its platform in its stands.
The Center for Data Innovation spoke to Ondrej Tomas, co-founder of CleverMaps and CleverAnalytics, a Prague-based data visualization company.