Alteryx has today introduced new product innovations that deliver the ease-of-use and performance the platform is known for, including Alteryx Analytics Hubnew product to extend the power and value of the Alteryx APA Platform, and Alteryx Intelligence Suite, a new predictive modelling add-on for Alteryx Designer.
Both offerings help fuel rapid digital transformation by delivering on the promise of APA, transforming how businesses leverage their data assets, optimize their processes and upskill talent in a unified, human-centered platform.
“Quality data insights are no longer a nice-to-have; they are a must-have for data workers in all parts of an organization. The innovation in our latest release places the power of discovery and prediction into the hands of all data workers, without technical acumen or specialized skills. Making data accessible to anyone, removing tedious manual processes and helping people learn inside the platform allows organizations to make better decisions faster,” said Alteryx vice president of product TJ Williams.
“These innovations are a direct result of the feedback we received from our customers and community members, and we are excited to see how they further advance their skills to tackle increasingly complex analytic challenges.”
Shareable, Centralized Analytics
Analytics Hub consolidates analytic assets into one secure, scalable and intuitive platform. While the Alteryx APA Platform already helps scores of businesses solve complex problems by unifying analytics, data science and business process automation, the Analytics Hub also allows data workers to share and collaborate across teams.
This eliminates siloes that hold back transformation across an organization. Regardless of data expertise, Analytics Hub takes users from data discovery, to insight, to action while automating repetitive, time-consuming data processes. With Analytics Hub, the time from data to decision is rapid, and flexible deployment (cloud, on-site, or using a multi-node environment) means organizations can scale the platform with ease.
“Our product engineering teams are relentlessly focused on building products and capabilities with an extensibility-first mindset,” said Alteryx chief technology officer Derek Knudsen.
“Analytics Hub, as an example, has more than 250 APIs, which means third parties can build innovative features on top of the Alteryx APA Platform. The result for businesses is even more powerful, flexible APA solutions.”
Upskill Human Talent
Intelligence Suite, a new offering and part of the Alteryx APA Platform (2020.2) update, works with Analytics Hub and Alteryx Designer, and helps users without a data science background easily build their own predictive models. By leveraging Assisted Modeling capabilities, a user that has never previously constructed a predictive model can create an end-to-end machine learning pipeline in just minutes—and build the skills to produce models in the future. This enables data workers in any line of business to spend more of their time asking questions of the data, armed with the calibre of explainable, predictive insights that ultimately give companies a competitive edge.
“ANZ businesses have a real need to democratise access to data and analytics, automate tedious business processes, and amplify human output and upskill people in data analytics. Taking this approach removes a lot of the barriers associated with analytics and unlocks new value for businesses across Australia and New Zealand,” said country manager ANZ JJ Phillips.
“In the past few months, we’ve seen many organizations move to this new approach to analytics, analytic process automation (APA). The new offering from Alteryx opens up analytics to even more businesses and more employees, across a range of verticals and job tasks.”
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