In a world where everything from the food you eat to the way you sleep is tracked and shared, there are few companies that are as adept at managing their IT needs as Boon.
The company, which launched its latest iteration of its Boon software suite last month, is a self-funded startup that makes a living out of providing solutions that allow startups to deploy their software on large and small organizations.
The Boon suite includes an array of tools that make it easy for companies to manage their data and to collaborate across multiple environments, including the company’s own cloud.
As with any new software, Boon is still in beta, and there’s no guarantee that it will become the next big thing.
Here’s what you need to know to get started.
Boon was born from the idea that you should have all the tools you need for business-critical data.
Boon solves these challenges by providing tools that enable organizations to integrate their software into more than just business-focused applications, such as accounting, finance, and other business analytics applications.
The suite includes Boon Manager, a cloud-based, on-premise database that lets organizations build their own data analytics pipelines, and Boon Enterprise, which allows organizations to deploy and manage data across the BouncyCast infrastructure, a virtual private network (VPN) that Boon says can reach over 3.5 million users.
These tools allow organizations to build out data pipelines that can help them better manage their resources and deliver more value to customers.
Bouncys data can be stored in both on-site and cloud data centers.
For the average business owner, there’s nothing quite like the flexibility of Boon, said Boon CEO Matthew DeMoss.
For larger companies, the suite includes tools like Boon Analytics, which provides insights into data that are then aggregated and used to identify which features are most important.
Boons data can also be stored on the Boons cloud-hosted database, which means that companies can share data with one another.
Bons data can then be accessed from outside the cloud and analyzed.
The data can even be analyzed by other organizations.
Boolent and Boons products are available for both onsite and remote deployment.
For those looking for a simpler solution, there is the Boolinator suite, which is a single, central database for all of Bouncer’s business-oriented data.
For business-related data, there also is the company-owned Boon Suite, which can be used to deploy software applications, including Boon Analyzer, Bool Analytics, Bouncs Cloud Analytics, and more.
What kinds of applications do you use?
Boons tools allow businesses to build dashboards and reports that track all of their data in real time.
The dashboard can also help the business owner better understand which data is important and which isn’t.
For example, a company that wants to measure how much customers spend on an average month can use Boon to measure what’s important to them and to track which customers are spending the most on their business.
This can help the company improve their analytics efforts to see which customers spend more and which customers do not.
Companies can also use Bons cloud-scraping tools to identify areas that could benefit from automation and then use Bounces cloud analytics tools to help those customers do that automation.
The tools are available to businesses that run more than one business, so the data that they need to analyze is all in one place.
For smaller businesses, there can be tools that can be deployed on the cloud to make data available to a team or organization that is more suited for that.
BOO has been a company for over a decade and has grown into one of the most sought-after IT services providers in the world.
The number of companies using Boon in their data centers has more than doubled over the past five years, from 4,000 in 2014 to around 40,000 today.
Bontrader, a data analytics platform for startups, says that the growth of Bontrons cloud services has made it a “must-have” for small and medium businesses.
For more, read more about Boon and its applications.
What are the downsides?
Bontrol, which Boon partnered with, offers a lot of the same features that the company offers.
For instance, Bontros cloud-storage tools allow companies to access their data from anywhere on the globe.
However, Bountrader says that Bontracers cloud-computing tools can only be used for analytics and not for other types of data, like financial or business data.
This means that there is no way to aggregate and use BontRader’s cloud analytics capabilities to identify trends across data sets.
Bountracers is also limited to running in Windows, Mac OS, Linux, and Android