B2B SaaS Use Cases

You win when your customers win and your customers need access to their data to drive results for their business. Providing great data experiences - like dashboards and reports - in your platform is not an easy task, especially in multi-tenant platforms with multiple databases, multiple user types, and an ever expanding feature set.
Verb Data Dashboard
Aggregate KPIs
Show users their KPIs every time they log into your system so they get a quick snapshot of what’s happening for them and their teams. You can show different KPIs by user role so managers see different metrics than their analysts.

Product teams often avoid showing aggregate level information on the home page of their platform because it causes long load times and puts stress on the production databases but Verb manages the data so there's no impact on your production databases and information loads near-instantly.
Contextual Visualizations
Creating great customer data experience isn't just about KPIs and large dashboards. You need to provide contextual information throughout your platform so your users can view their data inline with other information. For example you might place a contextual chart in a table to show sales performance of an event or recent historical performance.

These charts are filtered by the contextual data in the element such as the row of a table.
Prefiltered Visualizations
Just like contextual tiles in tables you can place prefiltered visualizations on event or product detail pages. For each individual event or product the data can be prefiltered so that only applicable information is showing. Giving users customizable options throughout your platform to report their data as they want is a powerful and unique option.

As new features are released and your schema grows you can easily update these charts to display the new information and publish changes without writing any code.
Aggregate Report Dashboard
Are you trying to move up-market? Do your users need to view their data across many projects, teams or other entities? Provide them with customizable dashboards to compare data and view in aggregate. Create filters on any data in your model so user's are in control and each user can only see the data they are allowed to see. As your data changes it's easy to evolve the visualizations to include the newest feature data or customer request.

The user experience is optimized with Verb's responsive design and there is no need to worry about massive reports crushing your production system because the data is managed within Verb’s platform.
Downloadable Reports
Make it easy for your customers to pull the data they want in the format of your choice. This gives your users the option to analyze their data how they want in Excel, BI tools or upload to internal systems they use to accomplish their goals.
Customer Data Access APIs
Give your customers access to their data with an API endpoint managed through Verb. Creating the REST API collection is simple, first select and configure the data to share then provision access for users. Documentation is automatically generated when you share access. You can even version your APIs as your schema grows so customers can keep up at their own pace.
Client: Dave Hurt - CEO Verb Data
SaaS Platforms Thrive on Verb
Every type of data experience listed can be run off of one data model with the same security settings. This means your engineering team implements this once and unlimited experiences can be created. It's so simple to create these experiences that most customers have their product managers or designs create the experiences and to iterate on them is just as easy - there's no code to write or update.

This keeps your teams focused on their specialities - engineers on the product, product and design on the customer and your analytics team on your internal business analytics to help you grow.
Dave Hurt - CEO Verb Data
Client: Dave Hurt - CEO Verb Data
SaaS Platforms Thrive on Verb
Every type of data experience listed can be run off of one data model with the same security settings. This means your engineering team implements this once and unlimited experiences can be created. It's so simple to create these experiences that most customers have their product managers or designs create the experiences and to iterate on them is just as easy - there's no code to write or update.

This keeps your teams focused on their specialities - engineers on the product, product and design on the customer and your analytics team on your internal business analytics to help you grow.
Dave Hurt - CEO Verb Data
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