CitiusTech headquartered in Princeton offers Bi-Clinical, a healthcare analytics and business intelligence (BI) platform designed for healthcare delivery organizations.
Business Intelligence (BI) Tools
Best Business Intelligence (BI) Tools
- Best Business Intelligence (BI) Tools include: InsightSquared Sales Analytics, Cyfe, ThoughtSpot, Alteryx Analytics, Sisense, TIBCO Spotfire, Looker, Microsoft Power BI, Tableau Desktop, Tableau Server, Domo, Tableau Online, Google Charts, Board, and Salesforce Analytics.
- A complete list of Business Intelligence (BI) Tools is available here.
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Business Intelligence Tools Overview
What is Business Intelligence (BI)?
Business Intelligence products are all designed to make sense of the huge quantities of data that organizations accumulate over time, by analyzing it and presenting it in a form where it can guide decision-making.
Business Intelligence products (BI) make up a large heterogeneous category of software. Not all tools in the category can be meaningfully compared to each other. There are several sub-categories of tools of which the most substantive are Full-Stack Business Intelligence Tools and Data Visualization Tools.
Business Intelligence Tools Features & Capabilities
BI Platform Type
Supported Data Sources
Report Output and Scheduling
Data Discovery and Visualization
Access Control and Security
APIs / Embedding
Full-Stack Business Intelligence Tools
Full-stack or traditional products are enterprise-level tools designed to solve the specific problem of enterprise data silos. Much crucial business data is stored in a range of different data stores, many attached to business applications like ERP. These tools consolidate all data in a data warehouse which is a relational database designed for data mining instead of transactional processing.
Slices of data from the warehouse—usually summary data for a single department like sales or finance—are stored in a “data mart” for quick access. All of this structured data is normalized by using an ETL process (Extract, Transform and Load) whereby transactional data is combined into a single pool of data and then “transformed” into a more appropriate format for querying and analysis before being written in the data warehouse database.
The Full-Stack Business Intelligence TrustMap shows only those products that belong in this sub-category.
Data Discovery and Visualization Business Intelligence
Data Visualization products have a different purpose. These products are primarily designed to help data analysts discover patterns in large quantities of data and to build compelling visual representations which allow these patterns to be easily understood.
These tools often use a technology called in-memory analytics to query data residing on a computer’s RAM rather than on a physical disk. which means that the data does not have to be stored anywhere for subsequent analysis.
The Data Visualization TrustMap shows only those tools that belong in this sub-category.
Business Intelligence software is generally quite expensive. However, it’s worth remembering that it is often money very well-spent in terms of significantly improved decision making.
One of the impediments to understanding pricing is that vendors base their pricing on a broad range of different variables from number of users to number of CPU cores.
However, as a very rough guide, advanced report authoring can cost $2,000 to $2,500 per seat, while interactive report viewing can be about half that amount. Static report viewing can be as little as $50 per seat.
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Netlink headquartered in Madison Heights offers Lumenore, a business intelligence (BI) tool and analytics engine supporting a variety of purposes.