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Netvibes Introduces AutoSave With Unlimited Analysis of Historic and Real-Time Data

Powered by Open-Source Cassandra, Netvibes Delivers Instant Analytics and Highly Scalable, Elastic Storage for Its Online Dashboards

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) - Netvibes, the Dashboard of Everything delivering brand and social media monitoring, data analytics and reporting, today announced a new feature called AutoSave, which allows premium users to keep all the content in their dashboards for future analysis, without limit to the number of articles stored. With AutoSave, Netvibes customers can build their own business history and keep the data as long as they choose, with unlimited analytics and in-depth dashboard intelligence.

In the world of big data, analytics is quickly becoming essential to CMOs, marketing firms and PR agencies. Marketers are increasingly expected to use data in order to show results, demonstrate ROI and improve the efficacy of campaigns. With Netvibes' fully customizable dashboards, users can monitor everything that matters to their brand online. Netvibes' uniquely intuitive drag-to-compare interface allows non-technical users to ask deep questions of data, creating custom graphs, analyzing brand sentiment and identifying industry trends. Netvibes also supports importing web data or external files for instant analysis of virtually any and all data within the enterprise. With Netvibes, companies can easily analyze the ROI on anything, using the precise metrics that matter to their business.

"Our customers rely on the simple-to-use analytics in Netvibes to compare datasets and achieve deep understanding of their business, using both internal and external data. In order to analyze longer-term trends, our customers asked for the option of storing their data for longer periods of time," said Freddy Mini, CEO of Netvibes. "Today we are pleased to introduce AutoSave, which provides our premium clients with the option to keep their data in Netvibes for as long as they choose, with unlimited analysis and reporting. After all, if Netvibes monitors their business, it is normal to now become the vivid memory of their business."

Benefits of AutoSave:

  • Unlimited memory: Read and analyze back in time. Capture your business history and store it for as long as you want. Discover exactly what was said about your brand online. Compare today's data with last month or last year.
  • Immutable analytics: Content may disappear online, but Netvibes analytics will not. Even if an article, tweet or website is deleted, Netvibes stores the data so you can re-crunch your information in the future, just as it appeared today.
  • Elastic visualization: As you add or remove content, your charts will automatically update. No matter how many sources or analytics you have in your dashboard, the results will always appear instantly, thanks to Netvibes' elastic and scalable storage powered by Apache Cassandra.

Netvibes adopts Apache Cassandra
The new AutoSave feature is made possible by Netvibes' recent deployment of Apache Cassandra, the open-source distributed database management system. Powered by Cassandra, Netvibes renders analytics and charts instantly, regardless of the size of the dashboard or how many data sources it contains. With highly scalable, elastic storage, Netvibes can now store unlimited articles for AutoSave customers.

With the new AutoSave feature, Netvibes Premium for Team users will automatically keep all articles for three months at no extra charge, regardless of how many articles are collected. As an add-on option, customers may also choose to keep their data for 12 months, 24 months or longer.

Availability
AutoSave is available immediately as a private beta. General availability is expected later this summer. To learn more, please contact Netvibes at http://www.netvibes.com/en/contact.

Try Netvibes for Free
To see AutoSave in action on a live Netvibes dashboard, please visit http://autosave.netvibes.com.

To learn more about Netvibes or to sign up for a free trial, please visit www.netvibes.com.

About Netvibes
Netvibes (now part of Dassault Systèmes) is the leader in dashboard intelligence, powering Fortune 500 brands, agencies and enterprises worldwide. For consumers, Netvibes Basic is the most awarded dashboard engine that helps millions of people around the world instantly dashboard everything that matters to them most. For agencies, Netvibes for your Agency offers custom social dashboards to prove social ROI for any campaign, automate reporting, and deliver faster insights to clients. For enterprises, Netvibes for Enterprise connects virtually all internal systems plus the social web together on a secure, real-time dashboard intelligence portal that's accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device.
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