Use Cases are powerful rollups of data that provide tangible insights into which areas a company is investing.
With Use Cases, you can query and monitor companies by the activities their infrastructure enables, for example, Big Data, Video Delivery, eCommerce, or Blockchain. For a complete list of supported Use Cases, refer to the Intricately Data Library.
Where do Use Cases come from?
Our platform builds Use Cases by tapping into three distinct data sources
- Application Behavior - By understanding an application's behavior, we're able to identify which use cases an application was designed to support.
- Product Categories - Which products has a company adopted and which use cases does each product support?
- Published Content - Which use cases does a company reference across the content they openly publish?
Below are a few examples of the Use Cases we're able to identify from each data source:
Viewing Use Cases
Use Cases are data objects with a number of data attributes to help data teams size each Use Case. The following data attributes are not available via flat-file Export:
|Data Attribute||Example Value||Description|
|Traffic (ITV)||1944523||The Intricately Traffic Value (ITV) that corresponds to the Use Case. The ITV of a Use Case represents the amount of digital demand (traffic) the Use Case receives.|
|Application Count||10||The number of applications associated with the Use Case.|
|Product Count||5||The number of products associated with the Use Case.|
Because we support many Use Cases and each Use Case has many attributes, a flat-file Excel format is not well suited to display Use Case objects across many company records.
Contact your Customer Success Manager (or firstname.lastname@example.org) for access to a sandbox Snowflake instance where you can view the complete Use Case dataset for a sample of company records.
Use Case data is also available via our Salesforce Connector. If you’re interested in learning more about our Salesforce integration, contact your Customer Success Manager.