Yellowfin

2003
Melbourne, Australia
Jan 17, 2020   |  By Laura Sutton
In the ideal world, when a developer builds a dashboard, they want that dashboard to be used to its fullest extent. Dashboards would engage users with their design, provide users with both information and the means to take immediate action (without leaving the dashboard), and become part of users’ everyday workflows.
Jan 16, 2020   |  By Glen Rabie
Starting a software company today is very different than it was 15 years ago. The fundamental reason for this is that mega-vendors now exist across all product ranges. For any product you can think of there is already a mega-vendor in the space delivering it in the cloud. This means if you want to start a software business now you have to do it differently. If I was starting out today, there are three things I would do.
Jan 10, 2020   |  By Laura Sutton
Awards are great. They’re a little piece of recognition for all the work you’ve put into something. Whether it’s a big name attached to the award, like Gartner or BARC, or a lesser-known name, every award says something about the business given it. And Yellowfin was just awarded three by FinancesOnline - the Supreme Software award, Expert’s Choice award, and the Great User Experience certificate. So what do they say about this organization?
Jan 9, 2020   |  By Glen Rabie
It was easy to start a software company 15 years ago. There was a huge transformation from desktop to the cloud and that created an opportunity for any vendor to establish their place at the table offering cloud-based software. But it’s now more difficult to create new products that are significant and compete because we have mega-vendors in the cloud. The days of being able to bring a really significant product to market are over.
Jan 2, 2020   |  By Laura Sutton
Business users haven’t adopted the dashboard wholeheartedly. Some of that is history, some of that is data illiteracy, and some of that is the fault of dashboard platforms themselves - how and who they’re designed for.
Oct 14, 2018   |  By
You rely on data to make your strategic business decisions. So you need to be certain that the data is accurate. You need to make sure that you have consist and trustworthy data from input to insight.
Jan 8, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
It was easy to start a software company 15 years ago. There was a huge transformation from desktop to the cloud and that created an opportunity for any vendor to establish their place at the table offering cloud-based software. But today, it's a different story.
Dec 25, 2019   |  By Yellowfin BI
2019 has been a really terrific year for Yellowfin. The highlight for me was having an ‘aha’ moment where I could see our value proposition and we offer our customers. This year has been a complete step-change in the way we think about our organization.
Dec 18, 2019   |  By Yellowfin BI
Recently returned from a trip to the US, Germany, the UK and Japan, in many ways this trip was a trip of firsts for Glen Rabie.
Dec 10, 2019   |  By Yellowfin BI
Here are five things that will be shaping the BI and analytics industry in 2020. Keep an eye out for these trends and changes across analytics offerings, the change in how dashboards are used, legacy BI switches, and more.
Dec 5, 2019   |  By Yellowfin BI
With businesses becoming more data-led, there's now an expectation that you will use numbers when talking about strategy and the state of your business. The context you give to data is far more valuable than the data itself, so we’re letting you build data stories when you're working with numbers. This is possible in our next release through Yellowfin Present.