In her experience, the solution has to be configurable with an organization’s existing technology. It also has to be easy to use while providing organizations with as much control over their data as possible.
In this video, Marianne talks through the technology that powers Exversion's open data platform and how social enterprises can use Exversion to make sense of their data.
If you're looking for an explanation of the data set where Marianne gets into how much pigeon poop is in New York City, scroll through to the 7:30 mark.
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