SILICON SLOPES, Utah, May 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Domo (Nasdaq: Domo) announced enhancements and data insights from its Covid-19 Tracker. The Data Explorer feature, which compiles key metrics from AWS Data Exchange, FRED, TSA and other sources, allows users to quickly filter to a specific country or state or day, sort the data and export the metrics behind the interactive visualizations. Since its update, users can drill down into specific industry data to better understand how the crisis is affecting their business and families in real time.
With data amassed from FRED, users can more thoroughly research unemployment figures throughout the country while newly added TSA data offers insights into airport activity.
“The Data Explorer empowers users to really delve into the details of the data and explore on their own. As a company that is renowned for user-friendly products, it was important that we make the Data Explorer highly intuitive,” said Ben Schein, Domo’s vice president of data curiosity.
High level industry data recently extracted from the COVID-19 Tracker shows that:
In stark contrast to industries that have evolved with the global health crisis:
Currently, more than 700 Domo customers have connected data from the Domo COVID-19 tracker into their own instances of Domo to help them better understand what’s happening and to navigate this environment relative to their specific operations. For more information on the global COVID-19 tracker, visit here.
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