The Weather Company

The Weather Company is the world's largest private weather enterprise, helping people make informed decisions – and take action – in the face of weather. The company offers the most accurate, personalized and actionable weather data and insights to millions of consumers and thousands of businesses via Weather’s API, its business solutions division, and its own digital products from The Weather Channel (weather.com) and Weather Underground (wunderground.com). The company delivers up to 26 billion forecasts daily. Its products include a top weather app on all major mobile platforms globally; the world’s largest network of personal weather stations; a top-20 U.S. website; the seventh most data-rich site in the world; one of the world’s largest IoT data platforms; and industry-leading business solutions. Weather Means Business™. The world’s biggest brands in aviation, energy, insurance, media, and government rely on The Weather Company for data, technology platforms and services to help improve decision-making and respond to weather’s impact on business.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
IBM
HQ
Atlanta, US
Founded
1978
The Weather Company was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Atlanta, US

The Weather Company Office Locations

The Weather Company has offices in Atlanta, Andover, Chicago, Beijing and in 7 other locations
Atlanta, US (HQ)
300 Interstate N Pkwy
San Francisco, US
600 550 Kearny St
Los Angeles, US
900 1875 Century Park E
London, GB
48 Warwick St
New York, US
1177 6th Ave
Madison, US
200 401 Charmany Dr
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The Weather Company Data and Metrics

The Weather Company Summary

Founding Date

1978
The Weather Company is a subsidiary of IBM

The Weather Company Operating Metrics

FY, 2016

Monthly Users

250 m

    Traffic Overview of The Weather Company

    The Weather Company Online and Social Media Presence

    The Weather Company News and Updates

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    Among big retailers, Amazon has pushed the potential of drone delivery the hardest. But, according to BI Intelligence’s exclusive analysis of data from The Weather Company, the e-commerce giant isn’t the best positioned to take advantage of drones’ promise. Instead, its bric…

    Here's how winter storms like Stella get their (unofficial) names

    Talking about the weather might be a dull move at dinner parties or over cocktails. But online, it seems there's no more captivating topic than the snow, sleet, rain or ice falling outside our windows. The Weather Channel has capitalized on this interest by giving unofficial names to winter stor…

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    GUEST: Watson captured the public imagination about artificial intelligence after defeating two world champions of Jeopardy in 2011 and bringing home a $1 million prize. Since then, Watson has gained new cognitive capabilities through APIs like Alchemy (for sentiment analysis), Tone Analyzer (for pe…

    IBM links with Indiegogo, Visa, Bosch and more in $3B IoT push

     IBM is today taking the wraps off its new Internet of Things headquarters in Munich — a $200 million project at over one year in the making. And to underscore its IoT push, IBM is announcing a series of related deals and partnerships with companies including Indiegogo, Visa, Bosch and French railwa…

    Data Could Be the Next Tech Hot Button for Regulators

    For decades, dominance in the technology industry was based on software or hardware. Now it is increasingly based on who owns the best data.

    Will technology prevent the next food shortage crisis?

     According to scientists, the answer to an impending food shortage might be found in a new age of digital technologies that have proven their worth in different fields and have the potential to transform agriculture and food production and meet the consumption needs of the growing human population b…
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