Looker Announces Integration with Workplace by Facebook
Brings data securely into workflows through company-wide collaboration platform
Santa Cruz, CA – May 1, 2018 – Looker, a leading data platform company, today announced its integration for Workplace by Facebook, an enterprise communication and collaboration platform. The integration delivers business insights from Looker directly into Workplace, simplifying workflows for teams and individuals.
Looker eliminates the need to log into a separate tool to view data and critical business insights. Now, data can be pushed into Workplace allowing users to view the insights and take action from where they are already collaborating. The new Looker integration also allows users to automate reports and dashboards to be scheduled, or users can set alerts to automatically notify Workplace users of important changes in the business.
“Organizations are becoming increasingly complex and reliant on fresh, up-to-the-minute data to drive their business,” said Keenan Rice, Vice President of Alliances at Looker. “Combining Looker’s application integration capability with the company-wide collaboration of Workplace further streamlines workflows that rely on critical business data. We’re excited to deliver this unique capability to our joint customers.”
“Companies around the world are using Workplace to transform how they work,” said Anand Dass, Ecosystem Partner Manager of Workplace by Facebook. “Looker’s integration provides valuable capability for users and teams to get the data they need right in their daily workflow.”
Learn more about what Looker for Workplace can do for your business. Read about the top three ways to integrate data into business workflows with Looker and Workplace.
Looker is a complete data platform that offers data analytics and business insights to every department, and easily integrates into applications to deliver data directly into the decision-making process. The company is powering data-driven cultures at more than 1300 industry-leading and innovative companies such as Sony, Amazon, The Economist, IBM, Spotify, Etsy, Lyft and Kickstarter. The company is headquartered in Santa Cruz, California, with offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Boulder, London and Dublin, Ireland. Investors include CapitalG, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meritech Capital Partners, Redpoint Ventures, First Round Capital, Sapphire Ventures and Goldman Sachs. For more information, connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube or visit looker.com.
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