GoodData has added six Fortune 1000 companies including Heartland Payment Systems, HP and Nordstrom.
Other new customers include Atlassian, Spencer’s Gifts and Virgin America.
Independent software vendors (ISVs) have shown interest in using GoodData’s embedded analytics offering, Powered By, to create new revenue streams.
Since the beginning of 2014, over 40 companies have launched new data products and brought them to market.
Over the last year, GoodData’s user base for cloud business intelligence platform has more than doubled.
Weekly data set uploads have more than doubled since the beginning of 2014. As of August 2014, GoodData customers are ingesting 2.4 million data uploads per week. Also in 2014, GoodData customers have created over 175 new unique metric use cases within the customizable analytics platform.
In the second quarter of 2014, 67 percent of customer implementations were completed in under 16 weeks due to GoodData’s delivery methodology.
Meanwhile, GoodData has completed a $25.7 million equity financing. Intel Capital led the Series E round with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst, Tenaya Capital, TOTVS, Next World Capital, Windcrest, and Pharus Capital.
Jason P Waxman, vice president of Intel’s Data Center Group and General Manager of its Cloud Platforms Group, said: “We are investing not only in GoodData’s differentiated, cloud-based analytics solution, but also in the future impact that big data insights can provide across industries.”
GoodData invested in product usability and time to value with the launch of its Open Analytics Platform and advanced visualization, automation and statistical capabilities. Over the last year, GoodData’s user base has more than doubled.
GoodData Founder and CEO Roman Stanek said: “Our focus is on providing the best experience for existing customers while attracting net new customers, especially enterprise clients. At the same time, we are investing heavily in platform innovations to promote more ease of use and time to value for our customers.”