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Sprintcrowd powered by Ably

Sprintcrowd: World’s first live running platform Start wherever – run together. Side by side with friends and other runners, virtually, no matter location. Run for fun or challenge your friends Create your private race and invite your friends or join some of the many public races. About Ably Ably is an enterprise-grade pub/sub messaging platform. We make it easy to efficiently design, quickly ship, and seamlessly scale critical realtime functionality delivered directly to end-users. Every day, we deliver billions of realtime messages to millions of users for thousands of companies.

Canadian Tire x ThoughtSpot

Building trust is extremely important, and Canadian Tire does this using data. Through having an in depth understanding of the numbers, Canadian Tire is now able to build trust with their merchants. See how with ThoughtSpot’s simple, search based platform, Canadian Tire can now better understand their customers and continue to scale. Scaling data operations and saving clients 30% in marketing costs

Marketing Intelligence empowers companies to leverage their in-house data with advanced data-driven insights to transform and optimize marketing efforts towards scalable growth. We talked to Marek, a battle-proven data scientist and co-founder of Marketing Intelligence. Marek started his career as a solo data scientist in a marketing team, grew into the Head of Marketing, and decided to marry the two fields into the successful company we nowadays know as Marketing Intelligence.

UDO Games: With Codemagic everyone can trigger a build

UDO Games is a mobile game studio founded in Turkey in 2013. It is one of the oldest gaming companies in Ankara. Over the course of years, UDO Games has worked on hundreds of games and launched dozens of hit titles with well-known publishers. More than 70 million players have played hyper-casual games created by the studio. Helps Improve Developer Productivity

More than 300,000 software developers and organizations around the world have adopted’s DevOps Metrics Platform to improve their development processes and make individual developers more productive while making their work days more enjoyable. In this episode of “Powered by Snowflake,” Mason McLead, CTO at, chats with Snowflake’s Daniel Myers about how the platform works and the critical role that Snowflake plays in making it all possible.

AT&T Connects the World in the Data Cloud

To be one of the most connected companies in the world, AT&T chose the Snowflake Data Cloud for their digital transformation and data democratization. With Snowflake, AT&T has a single source of truth of their data across the organization and through Snowflake data collaboration, AT&T's business partners can seamlessly access AT&T's data to improve their customer experience.

Data governance in action: Beneva

Marketing based on the next best action requires effective data handling for success. For Canadian insurer, Beneva, however, silos were standing squarely in the way. With over three million customers and CA$13 billion in assets, Beneva is one of Canada’s largest financial institutions. They had over 75 years of product and customer data, but that data was isolated in various systems, databases, and customer portals.

How Piano Helps Companies Use Captured Data to Understand Customer Behavior

Big B2C companies looking to better understand their customers and influence their behavior are turning to Piano’s analytics and activation platform to glean insights from captured data. In this episode of “Powered by Snowflake,” Daniel Myers chats with Piano CEO Trevor Kaufman how his company’s “digital experience cloud” takes behavioral data from customer website interactions from across the digital ecosystem and gives its clients the ability to run predictive analytics and create visualizations and reports that provide critical information about those customers' habits, interests, transactions, and more.

Modernizing the Future of Finance: A Kong-versation With Finastra

Finastra has ambitious goals – to open up the world of finance. As Joey White, SVP of technology for Finastra, says, “The future of finance is open. All of the currently closed systems within banking will need to open to serve a digital future.” To him, open means understanding what you don’t know, specifically, the particular modality of use and that change is the only constant.