Fiverr, the online marketplace for freelance services has announced the launch of a new vertical dedicated to data services. Fiverr’s new data services vertical will feature six main categories and additional subcategories which include data science, data analytics, data processing, data visualization, databases, and data entry. These freelance data services provide organizations with access to “talent that can provide insights from data analysis and includes services such as storage solutions, data science, analysis and automations” according to the company.
Fiverr data services enables organizations to make the most of their data with the help of professional sellers. The platform includes sellers with various skills to analyze data for optimizing business decisions and outcomes. In addition, Fiverr professional sellers can also assists with manual data handling and storage solutions through data science techniques, automation, and algorithmics.
According to Fiverr, citing Statistica’s Revenue from big data and business analytics worldwide from 2015 to 2022 report “The modern business landscape is a data-driven environment, with the big data and business analytics market valued at $169 billion in 2018 and expected to grow to $274 billion by 2022.”
In a media statement about the news, Fiverr CEO Micha Kaufman said “By opening a vertical focused solely on data services, we are providing business buyers the ability to tap into talented data analysts, data scientists and more, on-demand. These skilled freelancers can help implement solutions to help businesses make data driven decisions to improve, enhance and ultimately grow. This dedicated vertical is enhancing Fiverr’s user experience to meet a growing demand for these types of services.”
Read Introducing Fiverr’s New and Improved Data Services in the company’s blog to learn more.
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