The Data Snowfall

Nature is unpredictable. Nature is STILL unpredictable. After decades of seeing science evolving at accelerated rates, we still cannot predict with definite accuracy natural phenomena whether it is earthquakes, storms or cold waves. Cold waves such as the one that currently passes through North America up to even the core of Central Florida.

There is so much data that nature generates in real-time and we still do not have the ultimate weather intelligence tool to predict the warm or freezing trends… But we have a reason to be hopeful. We are understanding and taking control more and more of the business world data. So, nature should be next, shouldn’t it?

We all experienced the earthquake of Big Data, we constantly live in a storm of multiple data sources and surf on waves of internal and external information mixing in complex analysis. And due to cloud BI technologies, we are able not only survive the nature of the business world but also control it, predict it and thrive on it.

Having this experience, back in November, we decided to build our second ‘lighthouse’ in Kansas city to guide business people in the US through the data storms and data falls. Today, in the middle of nature’s cold wave, we want to warmly present to you our US team.

Cold weather, warm colors 1812 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO. BIME headquarters located in the entrepreneurial hotbed of ‘The Crossroads’ neighborhood of KC, 

Cold weather, warm colors

1812 Broadway Blvd, Kansas City, MO.

BIME headquarters located in the entrepreneurial hotbed of ‘The Crossroads’ neighborhood of KC, 

With this step, BIME is on it’s way to become predictably unpredictable in the cloud BI startup environment!

Wishing that our post will find you crunching datasets as snowflakes melt in the sunlight,

The whole BIME team