Rhiza acquired by Nielsen

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: Global data firm Nielsen Holdings is acquiring Rhiza Inc., a Shadyside-based company that provides media and consumer analytics software. Nielsen did not reveal financial terms of the deal, but the New York-based company, well-known for providing television ratings, confirmed Friday that a deal had been struck. “Nielsen has completed its acquisition of Rhiza,” the company said…

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Accenture recognizes Rhiza for leading the way into the Intelligent Enterprise

Accenture, a global leader in helping enterprises embrace technology and transform their businesses recognized Rhiza’s thought leadership in using AI and Human Centered Design to create the next generation of business intelligence tools. Rhizabot, our virtual assistant for business intelligence was mentioned as one of the major trends transforming how enterprises will run and humans will interact with BI-software and data.

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Rhiza CEO, Josh Knauer, to be featured speaker at CES 2017

Josh Knauer, Rhiza’s CEO, will be a featured speaker at the 2017 CES show in January. CES is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology tradeshow that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. 175,000+ attendees gather from around the globe to see the latest innovations in technology. Knauer’s talk, titled Living the Marketing Dream: Knowing Everything will explore ways…

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Sales Life Hack: Prospecting


In Rhiza’s most recent user study, we asked local TV salespeople to share their prospecting secrets with us. How do they go about getting new business? While we fully expected to hear about a wide variety of data sources being used, what we did not expect was, just how highly the approach varied depending on the individual person we talked to.

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Inclusion Drives Innovation: 4 Pittsburgh Leaders on Inclusion in Tech & Business


Too often companies investing heavily in diversity by hiring diversity advocates, come up with mission statements that promise a commitment to diversity, and organize specific events. This is a great first step, but it’s not the last step. How do your plans actually translate into everyday action? How will it change every day routine? Real change often rises from the bottom but in business - the rule is still top down.

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