Datahero Launches Public Beta to Unmask the Answers in Your Data

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There’s nothing to download or install. Simply create an account at http://www.datahero.com, connect to the services you use everyday, and get answers in seconds!

Datahero (http://www.datahero.com), the first web application that allows anyone to visualize and understand their data, announced today the launch of its public beta program.

“Datahero is the first and only data visualization product truly designed for the end user,” said Chris Neumann, CEO and co-founder of Datahero. “There’s nothing to download or install. You simply create a Datahero account, connect to the services you use every day, and start getting answers.”

Datahero connects to popular business services like Salesforce, MailChimp, Stripe, and Github, as well as all of the major online cloud storage services through a simple web interface. Datahero’s powerful Data Decoder analyzes patterns in the data to automatically generate relevant visualizations, even if the data is from raw spreadsheets.

“Datahero is focused squarely on the individual,” said Jeff Zabel, Chief Product Officer and co-founder of Datahero. “Users in organizations of any size can benefit from quickly getting answers to the questions that matter most to them. By combining powerful data processing and visualization capabilities with unprecedented ease-of-use, Datahero gives you the answers you need to get your job done without having to rely on data analysts or IT.”

Users can sign up for Datahero’s beta program by visiting http://www.datahero.com.

About Datahero

Datahero helps you unmask the answers in your data. There’s nothing to download or install. Simply create an account at http://www.datahero.com and connect to the data services you use everyday (like Salesforce, Stripe, MailChimp, Dropbox and Box.net). Datahero automatically decodes your data and makes it easy to find answers through dynamic visualizations. Founded in 2011 by big data veteran Chris Neumann and consumer experience expert Jeff Zabel, Datahero is based in Palo Alto, CA.

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