In 2006 Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced his first “Master Plan” for the company. The plan included 4 steps to take Tesla from an early concept to mature automotive manufacturer:
- Create a low volume car, which would necessarily be expensive
- Use that money to develop a medium-volume car at a lower price
- Use that money to create an affordable, high volume car
- Provide solar power
Did Musk succeed in his objectives? To analyze, we gathered all the available data into a Netvibes dashboard. Click on the webinar video above to watch as we cross-analyze web, social and financial data, leveraging predictive analytics and historical comparisons to evaluate Tesla’s success.
A few of the questions that Netvibes explores include:
- Was the sales volume of the Tesla Roadster considered low? (Yes)
- Was the price point of the Tesla Roadster considered expensive? (Yes)
- Is the retail price of the Tesla Model 3 considered affordable? (Yes)
Netvibes Decision-Making Dashboards deliver a powerful solution for aggregating and analyzing many diverse types of data from across the internet and within organizations. Users can ask questions of data with just a few clicks to uncover critical insights, drive automatic actions, and make better business decisions. Learn more at netvibesbusiness.com or contact us for a free demo.