ThoughtSpot Everywhere Launched
May 04, 2021

ThoughtSpot announced the launch of ThoughtSpot Everywhere.

ThoughtSpot Everywhere is a low-code embedded analytics platform that allows developers and product leaders to build interactive data apps and incorporate any service available in the Modern Analytics Cloud, including search and AI-driven analytics, directly into their apps, products, and services. In doing so, companies can give their customers and partners access to the entire modern data stack through consumer-grade analytics.

In conjunction with the launch of ThoughtSpot Everywhere, the company announced a new developer playground to allow developers to test and experiment with ThoughtSpot services.

The company also announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Diyotta to supercharge innovation for the Modern Analytics Cloud.

Businesses today run on apps, and those apps run on data. Too often, however, the technical complexity required to surface and explore that data for additional analysis prevents users from doing so. With ThoughtSpot Everywhere, product leaders and developers can easily build new data apps powered by the simplicity and ease of use of ThoughtSpot, or add ThoughtSpot services to their SaaS offerings. This gives them the unprecedented opportunity to create product experiences that stick, monetize data in new ways, and harness data right within existing tools.

End users will be able to go beyond the traditional, static dashboards offered by other embeddable analytics solutions. Instead, ThoughtSpot Everywhere empowers them to endlessly explore and interact with data through simple natural language searches. They can answer any question that arises without being limited by a predefined or prebuilt report or dashboard. With AI capabilities, the system goes further, automatically monitors the underlying data to flag relevant changes, without users having to even ask a question.

ThoughtSpot Everywhere’s low-code solution is open and accessible for product leaders and developers. Customers can spend less time building and maintaining analytics in their offerings, and more time iterating on features and capabilities that delight their users. All of this can be explored in the new developer playground, which offers a step-by-step guide to leveraging ThoughtSpot Everywhere.

These insights can be used to automate entire business processes. With Action APIs, insights created in one application can trigger custom actions in another application. The automation of this insight to action enables customers to dramatically scale the use of data to drive business processes across their entire organization.

Specific capabilities or the entire platform available as a service

With ThoughtSpot Everywhere, customers can take advantage of the entire ThoughtSpot platform or choose to utilize specific capabilities as a service. These include:

- Search. Developers and product builders can deliver differentiated analytics experiences as easy to use as a consumer application by embedding ThoughtSpot’s industry pioneering search-driven analytics.

- Monitor. With Monitor, users can track specific KPIs or data sets, and automatically get notified when changes are detected.

- Actions. Actions allows customers to connect their data apps to other apps and workflows to automatically trigger specific actions, processes and workflows.

- Auto-analysis. Leverage AI to automatically unearth meaningful insights in data without having to ask a question.

- Visualizations. Include best-fit visualizations, charts, graphs, and pinboards to depict relevant information.

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