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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Predictive analytics is incredibly challenging and even more difficult to productize but this is where the world is heading, particularly as freemium continues to rise in popularity. Based on the landing page, the product looks clean and sophisticated. IMHO, one of Framed's biggest challenges will be educating and proving to the market that their product will help companies increase their bottom line. We faced similar hurdles at PlayHaven.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Freemium/analytics mastermind, @eric_seufert, may have some thoughts about this.
Eric Seufert
Eric Seufert@eric_seufert · Editor, Mobile Dev Memo
From the screenshots, it looks sophisticated yet easy to use. But this is a very crowded space, and I'm also seeing a lot of analytics vendors facing difficulty in scaling: start-ups are hiring data scientists / analysts very early now (first 10 employees), and their need for this kind of tool usually ends once they make that hire.
Thomson Nguyen
Thomson NguyenMaker@itsthomson · KPCB
@eric_seufert It's a very good point--our hope is to take the same analyses and move upmarket, whilst creating tools that data-oriented companies would use after they hire a competent team. We're not seeking to replace data scientists, but hopefully to augment what they already add to an organization. The arbitrage right now is that it's very difficult to hire data scientists/engineers for the next year or so.
Jason Evanish
Jason Evanish@evanish · CEO for managers
@itsthomson what about marketers and other non developer roles using it? I noticed the techcrunch article hammered home it was specifically for *developers* which could be a double edged sword if you want to go after larger customers...