Introducing Veezoo Cloud
We believe that getting the information we need from our data should be as easy as just asking for it. Today, we are launching Veezoo Cloud so that every business can get the answers to their questions.
Veezoo began as the answer to a question. “One hundred years from now, how will we get the information our business needs?” The answer was clear – by asking an intelligent system.
Today’s business intelligence is surprisingly dumb. We still rely on interfaces designed in the 1990s, with complicated drag and drop solutions and confused users.
The intelligent systems we imagined would answer our questions don’t yet exist.
So. We decided to build one.
Civilization advances by extending the number of important operations
which we can perform without thinking about them.
– A. N. Whitehead
An analytics system that puts the user in the center and provides an experience just like natural, everyday conversation. That speaks your language, so you don’t need to learn to speak its language. That understands your business, your data, your questions and provides you with answers you can easily understand.
An analytics system that is truly intelligent.
One day talking with Veezoo will be like Tony Stark asking a question to J.A.R.V.I.S in Iron Man.
We aren’t there yet. But our natural language analytics can already answer powerful business questions.
We are a team of AI developers and researchers who built Veezoo as a deep-tech spin-off from ETH Zurich. We are bringing state-of-the-art technology in Artificial Intelligence and placing it in the hands of your business.
Veezoo in the Cloud
Today, we bring Veezoo to the public in a self-service, cloud version with a subscription model accessible to businesses of all sizes, so we can truly democratize access to information.
You can sign up right now for free, connect your data source like Excel or a SQL database and start asking questions – literally.
Everybody says they do data.
But the truth is that many of your business’s best employees are still operating more on guesswork and hunches than data.
As long as our data is locked up in vaults that can only be unlocked by data wizards, the true potential of business intelligence cannot be fulfilled.
This is the first step towards the future of data.
A world not split anymore between the people with the know-how to get answers from data and those that need to wait.
Between the companies that use data to steer their daily decisions and those that bet on their instincts.
Between those at the forefront of the Information Age and those lagging behind.