Domo launches analytics app for Square sellers

By Natalie Gagliordi for Small Business Matters | October 10, 2019 -- 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT) | Topic: Big Data Analytics Square is partnering with business management company Domo on a new app that aims to help merchants pull business insights from their Square data. In a nutshell, Domo for Square lets sellers combine siloed financial data and apply a range of Domo's analytics filters to produce visualizations on key business metrics.   Sellers can link multiple Square accounts for consolidated reporting, filter data by date, location, sales category, and sales type, and export reports directly into PowerPoint. Also: Data analytics: A guide for business leaders (free PDF) (TechRepublic) | 10 signs you may not be cut out for a data scientist job | How to choose the right data analytics tools: 5 steps   "At Square, we strive to deliver remarkable solutions to our sellers that help them grow their business. Domo for Square gives sellers a never-before-seen look into key metrics across multiple accounts, and offers them the ability to customize their insights and reporting, to best meet the needs of their specific operations," said Pankaj Bengani, global partnerships lead at Square. "We're excited to see the impact of the Domo for Square app on our sellers' businesses." The app is available today in the Domo app store as well as Square's app marketplace.  RELATED STORIES: Executive's guide to prescriptive analytics To curb malaria: Tableau, Mapbox, Exasol, and Alteryx donate $4.3M in tech Research: Tech leaders are eager to implement prescriptive analytics Free PDF download: How to win with prescriptive analytics Descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics: How are they different? Your guide to prescriptive analytics A guide for prescriptive analytics: The art and science of choosing and applying the right techniques 5 myths about prescriptive analytics Related Topics: SMBs Digital Transformation Robotics Internet of Things Innovation Enterprise Software

Domo launches analytics app for Square sellers
By Natalie Gagliordi for Small Business Matters | October 10, 2019 -- 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT) | Topic: Big Data Analytics Square is partnering with business management company Domo on a new app that aims to help merchants pull business insights from their Square data. In a nutshell, Domo for Square lets sellers combine siloed financial data and apply a range of Domo's analytics filters to produce visualizations on key business metrics.   Sellers can link multiple Square accounts for consolidated reporting, filter data by date, location, sales category, and sales type, and export reports directly into PowerPoint. Also: Data analytics: A guide for business leaders (free PDF) (TechRepublic) | 10 signs you may not be cut out for a data scientist job | How to choose the right data analytics tools: 5 steps   "At Square, we strive to deliver remarkable solutions to our sellers that help them grow their business. Domo for Square gives sellers a never-before-seen look into key metrics across multiple accounts, and offers them the ability to customize their insights and reporting, to best meet the needs of their specific operations," said Pankaj Bengani, global partnerships lead at Square. "We're excited to see the impact of the Domo for Square app on our sellers' businesses." The app is available today in the Domo app store as well as Square's app marketplace.  RELATED STORIES: Executive's guide to prescriptive analytics To curb malaria: Tableau, Mapbox, Exasol, and Alteryx donate $4.3M in tech Research: Tech leaders are eager to implement prescriptive analytics Free PDF download: How to win with prescriptive analytics Descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive analytics: How are they different? Your guide to prescriptive analytics A guide for prescriptive analytics: The art and science of choosing and applying the right techniques 5 myths about prescriptive analytics Related Topics: SMBs Digital Transformation Robotics Internet of Things Innovation Enterprise Software By Natalie Gagliordi for Small Business Matters | October 10, 2019 -- 13:00 GMT (06:00 PDT) | Topic: Big Data Analytics