GoodData, the leading provider of cloud-based analytics solutions, has recently announced a strategic partnership with Arria, a leader in generative artificial intelligence (AI). This collaboration aims to empower top organizations worldwide to extract greater value from their data.
Through the integration of Arria’s technology using an application programming interface (API), GoodData will offer self-service natural language insights to its global customer base directly within its existing systems. By leveraging Arria’s generative AI capabilities, GoodData joins the ranks of other prominent companies that utilize Arria’s technology to streamline manual work processes, enable scalability through automation, and facilitate the dissemination of efficient, accurate, and interconnected language-based insights across their organizations.
Transform Data into Knowledge
Arria’s software essentially emulates the human process of expertly analyzing and communicating data insights through written language. By making complex data easier to understand, Arria’s technology enables the transfer of knowledge from data to humans, generating strategic intelligence that decision-makers across various lines of business can quickly grasp. This transformative knowledge transfer revolutionizes how companies interpret and deliver information derived from their data.
Roman Stanek, the CEO and Founder of GoodData Corporation expressed enthusiasm about the partnership with Arria, stating,
“We’re excited about this partnership with Arria. The addition of language generation capabilities into our platform will empower business users across all industries to quickly generate sophisticated narratives from complex data sets – without relying on human analyst explanation.”
Natural Language Capabilities
Incorporating Arria’s intelligent natural language capabilities into its platform, GoodData will offer a range of features to its users, including anomaly detection, correlations, ranking and trend analysis, drill-down functionality, target and time-based variance analysis, descriptive statistics, and various visualizations such as bar, line, and pie charts. This integration of Arria’s intelligent natural language generation (NLG) technology will enhance GoodData’s platform, enabling business users to generate sophisticated narratives effortlessly, regardless of their industry, without human analysts needing manual explanation.
Sharon Daniels, CEO at Arria, expressed pride in the partnership, stating,
“Through our partnership with GoodData, we at Arria are proud to bring world-class natural language generation capabilities within reach of all enterprises. With our NLG technology integrated into their platform, we are confident that GoodData will continue to lead the market in innovation and customer satisfaction.”
By combining GoodData’s cloud-based analytics expertise with Arria’s generative AI capabilities, this partnership will empower organizations to harness the full potential of their data. Through automated natural language insights, businesses can gain a deeper understanding of their data, make informed decisions, and communicate complex insights more effectively across their entire organization. GoodData and Arria’s collaboration signifies a significant step forward in the field of data analytics and opens new possibilities for businesses seeking to extract actionable insights from their data with greater speed and accuracy.
GoodData is on a mission to break data silos. Flexible, open, secure, and scalable, GoodData’s leading data and analytics platform provides standardized metrics and real-time analytics across organizations and to their customers. To this day, GoodData has helped more than 140,000 of the world’s top businesses deliver on their analytics goals and scale their use cases — from self-service and embeddable analytics to machine learning and IoT.
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