Chartio Elevates Data Understanding With New Features and Partnerships
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, Nov 13, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) --
Today Chartio (http://www.chartio.com), a Y Combinator company with
Series A funding from Avalon Ventures, announced its general
availability service with new features and partnerships. Focused on
building the best interface for data, Chartio helps companies make
better business decisions through intuitive, real-time business
analytics. Customers, like Dreamhost and Asics, connect their
databases directly to Chartio to uniquely visualize their data in
real-time, bypassing the need for data warehousing and avoiding its
In addition to new product features, today Chartio announces it has
joined the Amazon Web Services Partner Network as a Technology
Partner, and can be found in the Google Analytics App Gallery and the
Rackspace Cloud Tools Marketplace. In addition, Chartio's service
works with such data sources
(http://chartio.com/product/data-sources) as MySQL, PostgreSQL, AWS
RDS, Rackspace Cloud Databases, Heroku, Google Analytics and Oracle
"We've been working hard to create a product that makes it easy for
our customers to truly engage their data," said Dave Fowler, Founder
of Chartio. "Companies today have an inherent need to understand
their business and make better decisions, at every level of the
organization. 'Big Data' isn't an arcane concept to be tackled just
by data scientists, it's a sea change in the information resources
available to guide any businesses' growth. Our job is to make that
data accessible, secure and understandable, and hopefully, beautiful
Chartio's newest features available today include:
Dashboard Filters: Visual, user-friendly controls that quickly shift
every chart on a dashboard to a new metric. Date ranges can be
changed with a slider that shows actual data, so customers can
zero-in on when events actually happened -- not just arbitrary
calendar days -- or the entire view can be pivoted per product, per
category, or by any similar metric.
Automatic Drill-downs: Chartio automatically drills through
time-series or category-based charts, so nearly any line chart or bar
graph will drill-down into more finite data ranges without any custom
Fine-control Dashboard Layouts: A new grid system provides much
greater control over how dashboards can be laid out, and scales to
fit any size of display.
Dashboard export and reporting: Any single chart can be downloaded as
a PDF, PNG or CSV, whole dashboards can be downloaded for printing as
a PDF, and PDF dashboard delivery can be scheduled by email for any
Improved Dashboard and Chart User Interface: Chartio continues to
make readability and the presentation of beautiful data its top
priorities. The new chart and dashboard interfaces showcase the data,
letting controls, buttons and distractions blend into the background.
"Chartio is a prime example of where the industry is headed.
Businesses have so much data today that they need Chartio to help
them easily use and understand their data," said Lynn Langit, an
industry analyst. "Chartio is helping companies maximize the value of
their data and that is gold in today's business world."
"Chartio saved our business time and money in the long run because it
provided us with easy access to see what our customers wanted from
Ticketbis," said Jorge Diaz Largo, CMO & product director Ticketbis.
"For example we were able to drill down into our customer purchasing
patterns and because of this changed the way we are doing business
today. Chartio is vital to our company."
Chartio has grown 30% month-over-month in 2012, now has eight
employees, and recently moved into its own building at Bryant and 2nd
Street in San Francisco.
Chartio, a Y Combinator startup based in San Francisco, is building
the best interface for data. Founded by Dave Fowler, a Forbes 30
Under 30, Chartio is a great looking interface for your data that's
simple to set up, easy to use and rewarding to explore. To learn
more, please see www.chartio.com.
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