Atlas Insights – Amazon Echo Integration to Public Metrics Video

I just finished up and got my Amazon Echo skill for Atlas Insights certified.   If you’re like me, when you are wondering around your home is when you think about a metric you wish you knew right now and you don’t want to have to take the time to find your phone or start your computer.  Just ask Alexa!  You can use your Amazon Echo to ask for any important economic metric you would like to know about. Try it.

You business metrics look best on the New Red iPhone with AtlasBI.com #mobilebi #analytics

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We really like the bold statement Apple has created with the New RED iPhone so much we just had to get one to see how AWESOME our app looks on it. We were right, it looks AWESOME!

As many companies are finding out, their business data looks BEST on Atlas Insights when using Apple phones, tablets or desktop products.  Go visit the Apple Store today and download the FREE app, login and change your business perspective immediately into the positive.

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Ever wonder why all the big #businessintelligence software providers have customer training?

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Seriously!?   Why do their partners and the companies themselves all have these $2,000 to $5,000 week long training course?  Get certified in using our software after spending 10’s if not 100’s of thousands of dollars on the software.  If your software is so good, can’t we just download and use it right away without a ton of time invested in trying to figure it out?

Software should be easy to use, not hard. Give Atlas Insights a try and find out what easy should be.

One Of Warren Buffett’s Favorite Metrics Says Stocks Are Way Too Expensive.

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I was searching on metrics that Warren Buffett likes to track and I found this article on Forbes about U.S. Total Market Capitalization and how he uses it to determine if the market is to hot or just right.

The Buffett Indicator takes the stock market’s market capitalization and divides it by the US Gross Domestic Product. From an interview he did with Fortune in December 2001 Buffett said “For me, the message of that chart is this: If the percentage relationship falls to the 70% or 80% area, buying stocks is likely to work very well for you. If the ratio approaches 200%–as it did in 1999 and a part of 2000–you are playing with fire.”

Well, if you download Atlas Insights, now you can have Warren’s favorite market indicator right on any of your mobile devices (Apple or Android) or desktops (Windows or MAC) and you’ll be just as informed as Warren.

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My #Startup software company is doing it different than everyone else and it works! #analytics

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When I created Atlas Insights, I really decided it was important to rethink how businesses engage their employees in the use of important business metrics.  But it was more than that.  It was also how software should be designed, developed and sold.  That is why Atlas Insights is so different from any software vendor claiming to have a mobile business intelligence solution.
  • We don’t have hundreds of employees building the software, we didn’t need that.
  • We don’t have huge marketing departments to get the word out, our customers do that.
  • We don’t have hundreds of sales people calling on every account pressuring you to purchase, we don’t believe in that.
  • We don’t have large investors that keep driving us for hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, we live within our means.
  • While our competitors are not sustainable on hundreds of thousands users, our business is sustainable on a just a few thousand customers.

I built Atlas Insights to be a better solution than any of the big public or privately VC funded software companies.  On a per user basis, we are pennies a day while they are hundreds or thousands of dollars a day.
While they sell their software based on you finding a gold nugget in the mountains some day, Atlas Insights helps all of your employees get focused on what’s important to your business today, which is an investment that returns value every minute of every day.

You will not find a simpler solution to use and the value you get for the money

50 of the most important #economic metrics you need to know, right on your phone. #stockmarket

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Utilizing Atlas Insights for Apple iPhone, Apple MAC, Google Android and Microsoft devices, you’ll be up-to-date on the most important economic metrics followed by industry leaders, government officials and traders across the global. You won’t find this in ANY other app in the marketplace but Atlas.  Best of all?  It is FREE to use and view all these public metrics too.

Below is a list of public metrics that I have loaded and am loading more and more as the days and weeks go on.

  • Advance Monthly Retail Inventory
  • Advance Monthly Wholesale Inventories
  • Agriculture Price Index
  • Architecture Billings Index
  • Baltic Dry Index
  • Case-Shiller Home Price Index
  • Cass Freight Index
  • CEO Economic Survey
  • Chemical Activity Barometer
  • Conference Board Coincident Economic Index
  • Conference Board Lagging Economic Index
  • Conference Board Leading Economic Index
  • Construction Spending
  • Consumer debt service ratio
  • Consumer Price Index
  • Consumer Spending
  • Corporate Profits
  • Debt service ratio
  • Durable Goods
  • Employment Trends Index
  • Existing Home Sales
  • Farm Animals and products
  • Farm Assets
  • Farm Crops stored
  • Farm Real Estate
  • Fear & Greed Index
  • GDP – Gross Domestic Product
  • Home Builder Sentiment
  • Homeownership Rates
  • Industrial Production and Capacity
  • Manufacturers’ Shipments, Inventories
  • Manufacturing and Trade Inventories
  • Manufacturing Wholesale Trade
  • Monthly Wholesale Trade
  • Mortgage Applications
  • Mortgage Delinquencies Rate
  • New Housing Under Construction
  • New Housing Units Completed
  • New Housing Units Started
  • New Residential Sales
  • Pending Home Sales
  • Personal Consumption Expenditures
  • Quarterly Services Survey
  • Rental Vacancy Rates
  • Retail Trade
  • Sales for Retail and Food Services
  • Trade in Goods and Services Deficit
  • U.S. International Trade in Goods