Prep Data like a Boss with Vero
Vero is to Data Preparation what Tableau is to Visualization. Use the familiar paradigm of Measures and Dimensions to prepare and load data. No coding required, no source to target mappings, and no data type resolutions. Vero handles it all so you can focus on Data Visualizations
Sophisticated Data Flows, Done Effortlessly
Create sophisticated datasets one block at a time. Use the familiar paradigms of Dimensions and Measures to prepare and move data. No coding required!
Build Reports Block By Block
Measure -> Dimension -> Measure -> Dimension
Ever need to aggregate a field and then group by the same field? With Vero this is now a synch. Assemble your reports in stages starting with reusable foundational objects. Intuitively build your reports block by block while applying transformations along the way. Watch it in Action
Data Prep Made Easy
Using the Semantic Graph, Vero generates data flows, writes SQL, and moves data with an intuitive drag and drop interface. Create a base Vero project and let your business teams self service their data needs
Introducing the Vero Semantic Graph
As you build reports, Vero passively learns and creates a library of reusable objects. With each iteration Vero gets smarter by creating new connections in the graph. Imagine not having to rediscover join formulas and complex business rules every time you need data. The days of hunting down unwieldy SQL scripts are over.
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Supported Data Sources
More data sources included Sales Force coming soon!
LATEST BLOG POSTS
We have been a bit quiet the last two months for good reason. Vero 3 will be one of the greatest releases in our company's history. After surveying our users and prospective customers we decided to build a full fledged BI platform rather than just a data prep tool.
How do you access databases behind a firewall?
Here at Vero we have our company databases hosted on Amazon, but they are not exposed to the internet. You can only access these databases from the same network. This means we have to SSH to a secure box and from there connect and run our queries.
Things are getting exciting over here at Vero HQ! Today we are pleased to announce an exciting new price point for the Vero Designer. After careful deliberation and a few tests, we decided we can make the world more Data Driven at our compelling new price point of $19 Per Month. Now blending, preparing, and moving data is accessible to more people than ever. Vero is the easiest and most affordable data engineering solution on the market!
On the heels of our groundbreaking 2.0 Release, the Vero team launches yet another major update, Vero 2.1. Now you can control more precisely how two blocks in Vero are blended. Set the join type and the join key. Additionally, the Vero data exported will now allow you to configure DDL options for your exported tables.
One of the great things about using Vero for Data Prep, is that you can use the familiar paradigms of Measures and Dimensions and you don't have to be an expert coder. We like to think of Vero as the Tableau for Data Prep.
Internally, Tableau executes a query for each data source and joins the two sources inside the visualization (your desktop or your Tableau server).
Here at Vero, we're having a ton of fun with Amazon's RedShift database. It is a powerful cloud-based columnar database designed for analytical workloads. We love it so far, but there have been moments some of us let a few curse words slip. I'm going to share our experiences with you relating to loading data into RedShift and the lessons learned.
This is the story of one of our favorite customers, a Marketing Pro at a leading hotel chain who totally revolutionized the way he does data. Six months ago our Marketing Pro was doing business as usual that many of you can relate to. Once a month he would pull data from Google Analytics, internal data tools, and other third party sources. He was all about linked tables and query tables in the veritable Microsoft Access. It was a great solution that worked for a while.
In this post, I will describe how you can use Vero to quickly load data into a RedShift table, describe some of the technology underpinning our high speed data loader, and a few gotchas we learned the hard way.
To say this is a huge improvement would be an understatement. From faster data blending to direct high speed data uploads to Amazon RedShift, almost every component saw an upgrade while several key features were added. I want to thank our customers for working closely with us providing us with clear use cases, access to their source data, and amazing feedback.