Domo is picking up traction as it pushes an analytics tool for many kinds of data, and investors have been quite eager to back it, chief executive Josh James says.
Somewhat stealthy startup Domo provides various managers and teams inside an organization a unique, easily accessible dashboard tool to check the metrics that matter to them.
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Josh James took Omniture public and sold it for $1.8 billion. VentureBeat sat down with James in Park City, Utah, to learn more about Domo, his mysterious new venture.
I’m speechless. But Twitter investor George Zachary of Charles River Ventures seems to have the right idea.