Inside Onecub will give meaning to your data

Inside Onecub will give meaning to your data

After launching two new functionalities that allow users to keep track of their carbon footprint and their e-commerce consumption, Onecub, the startup that helps internet users to manage their relations with their online suppliers, is exploring a very promising new field.

Following its vision of giving back to internet users the control over their data, the company has just launched a new service called Inside Onecub. Available in two versions, one free and another premium, the new service uses consolidated and anonymous data from the personal data management application (mostly email information, such as e-commerce purchases, travel tickets, reservations, notifications and etc), to generate insightful open data about online behavior, emerging web trends and meaningful industry insights in real time. Inside Onecub ranks websites by number of users, traffic growth and sales volume and categorize them by industry (travel, e-commerce, startups, finance, jobs and many more). The application allows users to answer three simple question:

  • Which online services do we use nowadays?

  • For which purposes?

  • Which online services are we gonna use in the future?

By answering these three question, Inside Onecub provides its users with a clear understanding of the overall performance of a given market and also allows them to zoom in specific players to understand how they’re performing in terms of traffic, revenues and churn.

With the launch of the new service, the startup wants to give meaning to a plethora of data being generated everyday by its users. It was by analyzing such type of data, that the company was able to unveil some very interesting trends about La French Tech. For instance, by showing the growth of recruitment startups such as Wizbii and Kudoz, Inside Onecub cold show in real time the disruption potential approaching markets currently dominated by traditional players, such as Pôle-Emploi in the case of the job market.

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