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AI-Powered Analytics: ThoughtSpot Chief Financial Officer Mohit Daswani, Live from NYSE
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AI-Powered Analytics: ThoughtSpot Chief Financial Officer Mohit Daswani, Live from NYSE

IPO Edge hosted a fireside chat from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange with Mohit Daswani, Chief Financial Officer at ThoughtSpot. Mr. Daswani spoke to Editor-in-Chief John Jannarone about what ThoughtSpot is doing for customers with GenAI and analytics, competitive landscape and company’s performance as well as future growth and more. Watch the full interview below:

About ThoughtSpot

ThoughtSpot is the AI-Powered Analytics company. Our mission is to create a more fact-driven world with the easiest to use analytics platform. With ThoughtSpot, anyone can leverage natural language search powered by large language models to ask and answer data questions with confidence. ThoughtSpot enables everyone within an organization to limitlessly engage with live data in any popular cloud data platform, making it easy to create and interact with granular, hyper-personalized, and actionable insights. Customers can take advantage of both ThoughtSpot’s web and mobile applications to improve decision-making for every employee, wherever and whenever decisions are made. With ThoughtSpot’s low-code developer-friendly platform, ThoughtSpot Everywhere, customers can also embed AI-Powered Analytics to their products and services, monetizing their data and engaging users to keep them coming back for more. Organizations like T-Mobile, BT, Snowflake, Daimler, CVS, Medtronic, Royal Bank of Canada, Nasdaq, OpenTable, Capital One, Huel, and Comcast rely on ThoughtSpot to transform how their employees and customers take advantage of data. Try ThoughtSpot today and see for yourself.


About Mohit Daswani

Mohit Daswani is the Chief Financial Officer at ThoughtSpot, where he leads the Finance, People, Legal, Facilities and IT teams as the company continues to rapidly scale. Previously, Mohit was Head of Finance and Strategy at Square, where he oversaw financial and strategic planning across the company during a period in which Square grew revenues three-fold. Prior to Square, Mohit was CFO of the Payments, Risk and Technology businesses at PayPal during its spin-out from eBay as a stand-alone public company.



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