Tired of Numbers Without Any Context: Verifiable.com has the Answer
BOSTON, Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ — Verifiable Pro will provide a higher SoS (Standard of Service), enhanced features, and privacy and sharing capabilities to a select group of corporate and advanced customers. The introductory price for Verifiable Pro is $29.95 per year and is available immediately.
Additionally, Verifiable also announced today their Verifiable Pro Services to help other like minded corporations in creating a more verifiable world.
The MiamiHerald.com will be the first major media client to deliver Verifiable.com‘s sophisticated data visualizations to its readers. MiamiHerald.com is using the Verifiable platform to provide its readers with a variety of interactive visualizations designed to complement the Herald’s award-winning content.
In choosing Verifiable.com, Stephanie Rosenblatt, a Miami Herald’s multimedia specialist, researched and tested out several online visualization tools and found Verifiable’s level of customization and flexibility to be superior.
“Verifiable has a clean and easy-to-use interface. It allows users to take multiple variables into account and visualize more complex information if desired,” said Rosenblatt
Paul Cheung, Miami Herald’s Deputy Multimedia Presentation Editor, said, “Verifiable’s tool allows us to streamline our visualization process. We can create, update and incorporate graphics into our website on the fly.”
Verifiable.com has already developed into a premier online data visualization destination, after launching to critical fanfare in April of this year. Jason Yanowitz, Senior VP of Verifiable.com adds, “This is an important focus for our company. We recognize that our goals at Verifiable are precisely in sync with those of journalists and media companies that want to present timely data in a way that readers can see and explore more deeply. The Miami Herald is a fabulous client for us, as they have a well-educated, international readership that will really be able to take advantage of the interactive visualizations that we can provide.”