Product Update: Embedded Analytics

Nucleus clients have surfaced key analytics they want to share with the broader community, whether it be on their public-facing web site, or for their members. The Nucleus product team identified this use case early on, and has responded to client’s needs by developing new features and functionality to support them.


What’s New?

The Nucleus embedding offering provides endless possibilities for clients. From industry statistics that are promoted on the public web site, to members-only self-serve analytics, to templatized offerings for AMCs, Nucleus can now support any need for embedded analytics.


How Does It Work?

Using role-based access and single sign-on, Nucleus now supports embedded pages for any constituency. Upon login, constituents can see the segment of analytics that relate to their specific organization or chapter. Single sign-on authenticates users and serves up the appropriate visualizations and analyses.

Nucleus can be embedded within products (such as AMS systems or events platforms) and offered as a premium feature to ensure that association members are able to mine their data to leverage insights so they may act in time to make a difference.

Like every Nucleus installation, the embedded offering is responsive to mobile devices, so it can be accessed and used by any authorized end-user anywhere, at any time.


Why Is It Important?

In a word: Value!

Association staff understand the value of managing their business using data blended from multiple sources to generate constantly updated analytics. Providing these same tools to chapters and members empowers them to engage better with the association and increases the value they place in their relationship to it.


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