Slemma Extends DB Connector Feature to Starter Plan

Share Article

Slemma solidifies its position as the best data analytics provider to small and medium business by offering database connections for only $29 per month.

Slemma, a next generation data visualization software, has significantly enhanced its offerings to startups by adding direct database and 3rd party connectors to the Starter Plan. Cash-strapped startups can now use the full power of the dashboard editor with their database and 3rd party solutions’ data.

In today’s business environment, small business need to be data-driven beyond what spreadsheets can offer. The data they are collecting is ballooning as SaaS solutions become affordable, removing installation and setup costs. Now all they need is an analytics tool.

The business objective of Slemma has always been to lower the barriers to great analytics. The company has invested countless hours and resources to create an interface that cannot be beat, just to reduce the time it takes to learn it. By connecting directly to all of the most popular solutions used by small and medium enterprise, the tool significantly increases the accessibility of data analytics.

Previously, the Starter Plan granted 3 users, automatically refreshing dashboards, and direct connections to cloud storage for $29 USD per month. After the most recent update, however, this plan has now been enhanced to include direct connections to databases and third party solutions for the same price of $29 USD per month.

With this newest update Slemma is now established as the best solution for business intelligence for small and medium enterprise.


Slemma is a browser-based, data visualization tool that focuses on small to medium-sized businesses. The tool offers the ability to directly connect to various data solutions and to create information dashboards without the need of coding or running queries. This, combined with its dedication to an intuitive interface, means that companies can have competitive data analytics without buying servers, hiring data scientists, or spending weeks learning the program before reaping the returns.

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Matt Mulholland
+1 8055514730
Email >
Follow >
Like >
Follow us on
Visit website