The power of analytics in times of crisis – and beyond with Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense1 min read
Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show.
Sisense is an industry-leading business intelligence company, with 800+ employees worldwide and over $100M in annual recurring revenue. While BI tools are often seen as enterprise tools, Amir discusses why even early-stage startups can benefit from business intelligence tools, and how companies can use analytics for long- and short-term planning.
Listen on to learn:
- How businesses have been using analytics and BI to get through the uncertainty caused by covid-19
- How Amir uses business intelligence and analytics to run Sisense as the CEO
- How can companies use analytics for both short- and long-term planning
- How early-stage startups can use business intelligent tools
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