iCharts provides Turbo Visualization in the Cloud. The cloud-based iCharts i-12s Visual Analytics platform allows Enterprises, Data Providers and everyone else to visualize their rich data sets and share them privately or publicly.
Business users use iCharts to create pixel-perfect interactive visualizations that they can share and embed on any web-site, portal, dashboard or cloud-application, or download and automatically generate Powerpoints for offline use.
Enterprises use iCharts to run visual analytics in the cloud analyzing and visualizing huge amounts of data from disparate data sources, helping them to conduct their businesses more effectively.
Data providers can brand and share their data via social channels, generating millions of views and effectively market their premium products.
By connecting with the iCharts Analytics API (coming soon) anyone can create rich visualizations with NetSuite, Salesforce or Google BigQuery easily mashing up data from different sources without the tedious data integration needed by traditional BI systems.
We are based in Sunnyvale, CA, USA. Our urge to create iCharts was based on the basic observation that the last mile of delivering business critical information by far has not been solved. Business users spend by far too much time to turn data into presentable facts and insights, having turned into "Spreadsheet Monkeys" in the process. Worse, when the data is updated next time, all the visualizations have to be re-created all over again.
The simple idea behind iCharts is to leverage the power of the cloud and allow business users to create interactive visualizations from any data in cloud, allowing them to easily share and update the visualizations anywhere on the web.
Meet Our Team
Founder & CEO
Product & Partnerships
Big Data Visualization
Advisors and Board Members
VC Industry, US
Lore Harp McGovern
President Rodale Inc.
Founder Imagine K12, Former Google
Entrepreneur & Author
M&A Industry, Germany
Former President IRI North America
Former VP SAP
Founder BrandingPays, Former Regis McKenna