Register for Good Data beta version!

Last weeks were hectic. You have probably noticed that Good Data secured the initial funding totaling $2 million (read more about it at BusinessWire). We have also released so-called private beta version of our business intelligence tool. The feedback was pretty good, so we have switched to the public beta today - anybody can request an invitation at our registration page. You should receive your invitation within several days, or several hours, if you're lucky.

What can you expect from our beta? We have prepared a warehouse you could be familiar with (it was used in our first video) - is a fictitious retailer (check out the schema). We have prepared sample reports and you can try how easy it is to create one yourself. (Read more about our beta.)

Release early, release often

We want to release often. I'm very happy that our users can cooperate with us on Good Data improvements at our GetSatisfaction forums. Please share your ideas, report problems, or just write us what's your feeling about Good Data.

Good Data team is developing according to the Scrum model, and we started another sprint yesterday, so new features are implemented almost every day.

On a personal note, I like musicals. Julie Andrews sings the following lyrics in The Sound of Music:
Let them bring on all their problems
I'll do better than my best
I have confidence they'll put me to the test
But I'll make them see I have confidence in me
I can tell you we'll definitely do better than our best.
Zemanta Pixie

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