AWS Announces Five New Capabilities for Amazon QuickSight
At AWS re:Invent, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN), today announced five new capabilities to help customers streamline business intelligence (BI) operations using Amazon QuickSight, the most popular serverless BI service built for the cloud. Today’s announcement expands QuickSight Q, a natural language querying capability, to support forecast and “why” questions and automate data preparation, making it easier and faster to start asking questions in natural language. Additionally, customers can now create and share paginated reports alongside interactive dashboards, quickly analyze and visualize billion-row datasets directly in QuickSight, and programmatically create and manage BI assets to accelerate migration from legacy systems. The new features announced today, combined with QuickSight’s scalability and pay-as-you-go pricing, enable customers to let users understand, visualize, and derive insights and predictions from data, regardless of technical expertise. To get started with QuickSight, visit aws.amazon.com/quicksight.
“Organizations today are composed of numerous stakeholders with varying levels of technical expertise—all of whom need access to critical business insights to make better decisions and share knowledge,” said G2 Krishnamoorthy, vice president of Analytics at AWS. “That is why more than 100,000 customers use QuickSight to power their BI needs. Today’s announcement makes QuickSight even more intuitive, flexible, and accessible while streamlining BI operations with a comprehensive and fast service built for the cloud. Whether users want to forecast sales using natural language queries, distribute critical operational reports, embed analytics in high-traffic websites, or visually analyze massive datasets, we continue to innovate on behalf of our customers by providing advanced BI capabilities that support data-driven decisions at scale.”
Companies today gather unprecedented amounts of data that they want to use to make informed decisions, spot business trends, and increase efficiency. To help employees turn data into action, organizations must make this data accessible to a broad audience in formats ranging from natural language querying and paginated reports to interactive dashboards and embedded analytics. Amazon QuickSight, the most popular serverless BI service built for the cloud, makes this possible for customers including 3M, Best Western, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Capital One, Comcast, Experian, Guardian Life, McDonald’s, the National Football League, NTT DOCOMO, Siemens, and United Airlines. QuickSight has added more than 80 capabilities in the past year alone, making it easier for customers to deliver valuable business insights throughout their organizations, when and where needed. Today’s announcement builds on these advances to help customers migrate and consolidate their BI initiatives in the cloud.
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