January 8, 2014, San Jose, CA – DataSelf Corporation, the leading provider of analytics and business intelligence (BI) solutions for small to medium-sized businesses (SMB’s), today announced the launch of a completely re-designed website www.dataself.com.
“We’re thrilled with the website’s informative new content and ease of navigation,” said Joni Girardi, CEO of DataSelf. “We’ve created a self-service portal that delivers unique educational, marketing, and support content for people interested in analytics and data warehousing solutions for SMBs.”
The redesign includes a variety of enhancements providing website visitors with:
- On-demand product training and support tutorials, education on analytics, all delivered via multimedia coupled with an extensive knowledge base.
- Enhanced search capabilities to quickly find relevant content from DataSelf’s domain as well as from strategic partners Microsoft BI and Tableau’s own forums and knowledge bases.
- A comprehensive library of recordings of DataSelf’s popular webinars, covering a variety of topics including analytics and data warehousing for Sage 100 (MAS 90 / MAS 200), Sage 300 (Accpac), Sage 500 (MAS 500), Sage Pro, Sage CRM (and soon to be posted SalesLogix, MS Dynamics GP and MS Dynamics NAV), as well as for vertical markets such as distribution, manufacturing and field service.
- Improved navigation with action-links to popular next-steps on each page. For instance, product pages provide easy access to test drive a product, view a product demo, or listen to relevant webinar recordings.
Girardi goes on to say, “I’m particularly excited about our knowledge base (KB) and enhanced search capabilities. We want website visitors to quickly locate information not only about our company and products, but also about the many best practices our professional services team has accumulated in over 13 years of implementing, supporting and maximizing BI investments by SMB’s, as well as related information from our partners such as Microsoft BI and Tableau, and their respective forums and knowledge bases.”