The CRO and the Data Stream Manager:

how can we help you?

At Datastreams, we like to say we are in the business of solving problems. That’s why we have developed our Data Stream Manager: an easy way to make life easier for everyone concerned with Data in your organisations. Whether you are in the business of analyzing data or your concern is the finances of your company, our Data Stream Manager can make life just that bit easier.  


As a Chief Revenue Officer, it is your job to look to the future. Identifying ways to generate sustainable revenue in the long term, is a crucial part of ensuring a financially stable future for any company. The best CRO’s are strongly data-driven, combining data from marketing and sales teams to identify customer trends and revenue opportunities.

As a CRO, you’ll often have to rely on data to analyze trends in your average selling prices, customer acquisition cost, conversion rates et cetera. Furthermore, with digital marketing moving towards a farming sales cycle of customer centricity and engagement, insights in cultivating customer engagement and trends should not be forgotten as an important source of information. Of course, you’ll need a good data platform to manage all this information and integrate it in a comprehensive way to identify future business opportunities. Our Data Stream Manager is an excellent tool to help CRO’s become more data-driven.

Our promise

Data-driven decisions require constant access to comprehensive, complete quality data. Whether you are interested in optimizing conversion rates or analyzing customer behavior, the Data Stream Manager enables you to perform analytics on complete, integrated datasets. By providing you with a constant, reliable stream of data, we aim to help you improve your current revenues and discover valueble new business opportunities.

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