Yellowfin

2003
Melbourne, Australia
Mar 26, 2020   |  By Ivan Seow
As we navigate unprecedented times together, we inevitably find ourselves to be participants in a global data storytelling exercise; either as an author, contributor, or a reader. There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of data storytelling examples out there. It’s a riveting data story that’s been read over 40 million times, receiving over 230,000 claps, and translated into 30 languages. But is this data story ’safe’?
Mar 19, 2020   |  By Tony Prysten
Right now, we are seeing the importance of trusted data in helping people navigate the situation we are currently facing. And by people, I mean everyone! A lot of people who would normally never look at a report or use a dashboard, are sharing reams of data on social media, discussing #flatteningthecure and infection/mortality rates. The list goes on.
Mar 18, 2020   |  By Glen Rabie
The low code, no code paradigm is an evolution in development environments. Historically, if you wanted to build a product, you went to a developer and they started from scratch building the product from the first line of code. But now people with little or no coding experience can build simple applications themselves.
Mar 13, 2020   |  By Glen Rabie
Augmented analytics is when you take what was traditionally a very manual workflow and automate it. This gives you the ability to analyze data far more rapidly and to package up changes for humans to interpret. Essentially you’re augmenting a human experience, so rather than spending all your time looking for a needle in the haystack, the machine finds the needle and gives it to you.
Mar 5, 2020   |  By Glen Rabie
Consultancy firms and system integrators are starting to productize analytics. They’re creating turnkey solutions for customers and adding value to them by offering managed services. If you’re thinking of creating an analytics solution for your customers, there are three things you need to think about when choosing a BI vendor to partner with.
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.
Mar 17, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
The low code, no code paradigm is an evolution in development environments. Historically, if you wanted to build a product, you went to a developer and they started from scratch, building the product from the first line of code. But now people with little or no coding experience can build simple applications themselves.
Mar 12, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
Augmented analytics is when you take what was traditionally a very manual workflow and automate it. This gives you the ability to analyze data far more rapidly using machines and to package up changes for humans to interpret. Essentially you’re augmenting a human experience, so rather than spending all your time looking for a needle in the haystack, the machine finds the needle and gives it to you. By bringing the human and the machine together you can create something very special and deliver that to an end user.
Mar 1, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
One of the really interesting trends that I’m seeing in the marketplace relates to consultancies. Historically, the primary business model for consultancies was to sell their expertise and services. Every customer would get a unique service offering that was defined specifically for them. Now analytical consultancies are shifting away from purely being body shops and starting to think about how to productize their business by offering pre-packaged solutions and managed services to their customers.
Feb 25, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
Change the way data flows through your organization with data storytelling using Yellowfin Stories and Yellowfin Present.
Feb 18, 2020   |  By Yellowfin BI
It’s recently been announced that we've made the Gartner Magic Quadrant for the seventh time. What’s most exciting is that this year we're in the visionary quadrant. This means that Yellowfin is now recognized for being an innovator in the BI space. We bring products to market that other people follow and that have something different to offer customers of BI software.