Thoughtspot Launches ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS
SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 11, 2020 — ThoughtSpot, provider of search and AI-driven analytics, announced a new offering for Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help enterprises gain faster insights with cloud-based analytics. Now available, ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS allows users to run search and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven analytics queries directly in Amazon Redshift, without the need to move or cache any data. The company also announced it has achieved Amazon Redshift Ready designation, denoting its status as a technology evaluated by AWS and ready for use by customers.
Especially in the current climate, organizations need new ways to leverage the massive amounts of data they’ve collected to digitally transform their business and drive efficiency throughout their operations. Despite investing in collecting and storing data, many enterprises struggle with sifting through these growing data volumes to quickly find insights. Getting the data into the hands of the frontline workers who can use it to make business decisions in real-time and on the ground proves an even greater challenge. ThoughtSpot Embrace closes this gap by enabling enterprises to bring search and AI-driven analytics directly to their data.
Over half of ThoughtSpot’s customer base (58%) operates on AWS. As organizations increasingly adopt the cloud in the current environment, ThoughtSpot Embrace helps them quickly unlock value from the cloud. Amazon Redshift customers can now use ThoughtSpot’s simple search functionality to easily ask and answer data questions in seconds to unearth impactful insights. ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS provides enterprises with more freedom and flexibility by eliminating the need to move data between cloud sources so that businesses can more immediately benefit from data-driven decision making.
“At 14West, we send billions of customer communications each month and we analyze that large data volume in ThoughtSpot,” said Grace Epperson, Chief Analytics Officer, 14 West. “For our IT organization, it was easy to set up ThoughtSpot nodes in AWS, without IT having to procure, install and maintain physical servers. Having our data available in ThoughtSpot enables our BI Team and Marketing stakeholders to answer their own customer data questions and maximize customer lifetime value.”
ThoughtSpot has also achieved the Amazon Redshift Ready designation, part of the AWS Service Ready Program, which was established to help customers identify products integrated with AWS services and spend less time evaluating new tools, and more time scaling their use of products that are integrated with AWS Services. This designation recognizes the successful integration of ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS with Amazon Redshift and in serving as a turnkey solution assisting AWS customers to evaluate and use their technology productively, at scale, and varying levels of complexity.
ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS is now generally available. For more information please visit ThoughtSpot for AWS.
The world’s most innovative enterprises use ThoughtSpot to empower every person in their organization, from C-suite executive to front-line employee, with the ability to quickly uncover data-driven insights. With ThoughtSpot, business people can type a simple search to instantly analyze billions of rows of data, and leverage artificial intelligence to get trusted, relevant insights pushed to them as answers to thousands of questions they might not have thought to ask. ThoughtSpot is simple enough for any business person to use, yet powerful enough to handle even the largest, most complex enterprise data without sacrificing speed, security, or governance. That’s why customers like Walmart, 7-11, BT, Daimler, Exxon, Hulu, Royal Bank of Canada, Bank of the West, and Nationwide Building Society have turned to ThoughtSpot to transform their decision-making cultures and analyst firm Gartner named ThoughtSpot a Leader in the 2020 Magic Quadrant. By making insights a part of every conversation and every decision, ThoughtSpot is reimagining the role of data in creating a more fact-driven world. For more information, please visit www.thoughtspot.com.