In this data-driven age, we want to be able to access results on-demand. In the professional world, stakeholders don’t just want raw data; they want expert insights to cut through the noise. Instead of debating plans of action at monthly meetings, they want to make the best decisions based on real-time data.
Studies show that most companies and organizations are still relying on never-ending slides to report KPI results to their audiences on a weekly or monthly basis. Preparing these slides can be time-consuming and, unfortunately, the data may be outdated by the time the meeting actually takes place.
With Netvibes, you choose when and how you want insights to be delivered: via live dashboards, instant text alerts, weekly email reports, in-depth custom reports, automated actions and more.
Netvibes analyzes data to deliver key insights that answer your biggest business questions. Earlier this year we analyzed Tesla’s Master Plan to understand whether Elon Musk was on track to achieving what he set out to do 10 years ago. (For details on what we found, read the blog).
For a recent webinar, we decided to evaluate the success of Tesla’s Model 3 launch, using publicly available data. Using a Netvibes dashboard, we’ve been tracking the launch of the Model 3 since mid-July—a few weeks before the first production vehicles were delivered. We can now start to identify trends and themes that are taking place.
You can watch the webinar video recording (below) for the full Tesla analysis.
Here are some of the insights we discovered:
Making sense of the rapid pace of industry change and disruptive technologies is critical to any organization that invests in R&D to develop new products and services.
See how leading organizations are using Netvibes to identify critical insights to drive innovation and provide a competitive edge to solidifies their company’s long term success.
Time : November 9, 2017, 1 PM EDT /10 AM PDT
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Join Christian Paulsen (Director of Business Development NAM) and Garrett Flanagan (Technical Account Manager) to see real-world examples of discovering and measuring critical trends to drive innovation.
See how companies are answering questions like:
- How is IoT and AI disrupting manufacturing?
- Which features from the new iPhones are consumers asking for?
- What are the key consumer trends from the CES show?
In 2006 Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced his first “Master Plan” for the company.
The plan included 4 steps to take Tesla from an early concept to mature automotive manufacturer:
- Create a low volume car, which would necessarily be expensive
- Use that money to develop a medium-volume car at a lower price
- Use that money to create an affordable, high volume car
- Provide solar power
Did Musk succeed in his objectives? To analyze, we gathered all the available data into a Netvibes dashboard.