In this conversation, which you can also find on the a16z YouTube channel, a16z Enterprise Deal Partner Jad Naous talks with Operating Partner Frank Chen about how decision-making is changing across organizations of all sizes and types, and how this is creating opportunities for startups to re-tool the entire business intelligence data pipeline.
First, what does it mean for “decision-making” to change? We discuss three shifts in how teams are shifting the way business gets done:
To support this new style of decision-making, organizations need to store, analyze, and report on data in a fundamentally different way.
The good news is that startups and open source projects are starting to enable this new style of decision-making. We describe three categories of startup opportunities: platform tools, “full stack” solutions for specific roles, and “full stack” solutions for specific industries.