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Acrotrend talks on Looker to CRN.com

by in Business Intelligence, Customer Analytics, Visualisation

At Acrotrend we always like to have an opinion on things. This time around, we were asked to provide our view on how our partner, business intelligence software company, Looker, has been evolving to enhance its offering. Looker is currently going through the process of being acquired by Google and will become part of the […]

Acrotrend works its magic to win the Looker London Hackathon!

by in Visualisation

Last month Acrotrend beat off around 50 competitors from 10 other organisations to win the Looker London Hackathon, which was aimed at building innovative solutions using Looker. What is Looker? Looker is a data & analytics platform for enterprises. It helps companies analyse and visualise data to enable data-driven decisions. Click here to understand more […]

A Big Week In The Analytics Industry

by in Business Intelligence

What a week it’s been for the analytics industry & one that will benefit many of our customers! First Google acquired Looker for $2.6billion, then Microsoft announced AI Builder for the Power Platform, followed hot on the heels by Salesforce buying Tableau for $15.7billion! What is interesting is what these announcements say about the different […]

Looker Deep Dive: Looks and Dashboards

by in Business Intelligence, Hands On, Visualisation

In earlier blogs we gave an introduction on Looker and in the subsequent one discussed about some advanced functionalities available in LookML. In this blog we will cover the visualization layer of Looker and will talk about some unique possibilities from the same. Looker is a cloud-based business intelligence (BI) platform designed to explore and […]

Deep Dive on Looker: Liquid Parameter and Templated Filters

by in Business Intelligence, Hands On, Visualisation

In our last article we gave an introduction on Looker and highlighted areas where Looker differentiates itself. In this article, we discuss Looker’s proprietary modeling language called LookML that lets data teams define the relationships in their database so that business users can explore, save and download data without needing to know the SQL query […]

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