You may wonder how you can tap into this wonderful resource available on the web. Perhaps you are considering buying a commercially available solution or maybe you are thinking that your internal team could build some web scrapers. This guide will show you the questions you need to ask when considering a build or buy solution for web data.
Ovum recently published a white paper outlining the key components required for a Web Data Integration strategy.
Whether you’re a data professional working with web data demands on a daily basis, or an executive looking for a solution that can align and drive business strategy, this guide will show you what to consider and what questions to ask before committing to a web data integration solution.
Tapping into web data represents a competitive imperative for organizations across a wide range of industries. However, to realize the potential of web data, you need a practical way to extract the data and make it actionable. Import.io provides a platform that automates web data extraction and enables you to transform the data into exactly what you need for visualizing and analyzing data trends and characteristics.
Read the white paper to find out how your business can benefit from the Import.io web data platform.
When it comes to online marketplaces, Amazon may not be the only game in town for online retailers, but it’s close—with Amazon now accounting for close to half of all online retail sales. For retailers operating in this massive marketplace, data is quickly emerging as the key competitive differentiator.
Review this white paper and find out how your team can maximize the potential presented by Amazon web data.
Competitor monitoring is a crucial cog in the wheel of price optimization , the strategies and tactics used to find the perfect price at the perfect time. It’s both an art and a science (you need data… lots and lots of data). Monitoring the competition shouldn’t be the only criterion you use to set your prices, but it most definitely should be part of that equation.
Web Data Integration (WDI) is a new approach to acquiring the web’s vast amount of invaluable information. A WDI solution lets an enterprise programmatically aggregate web data from any number of websites in a single, homogeneous, and repeatable workflow.