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Likelihood to Recommend

Analyza

It is well suited when you have several sources of data.
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Tableau Desktop

With Tableau, you can create an infinite number of tables, of greater or lesser complexity, and be able to discover and analyze information with very visual graphics. You can use unlimited amounts of data, it is an ideal solution for companies and organizations. The additional information for the users is not totally private, it can be viewed by other users, although there is the modality of granting a permission to access. The files used for graphics must always be updated and must have access to the Internet to access the tool
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Feature Rating Comparison

BI Standard Reporting

Analyza
7.6
Tableau Desktop
8.4
Pixel Perfect reports
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.4
Customizable dashboards
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
8.8
Report Formatting Templates
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.1

Ad-hoc Reporting

Analyza
8.4
Tableau Desktop
8.3
Drill-down analysis
Analyza
9.1
Tableau Desktop
8.5
Formatting capabilities
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
8.2
Integration with R or other statistical packages
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
8.0
Report sharing and collaboration
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
8.5

Report Output and Scheduling

Analyza
8.9
Tableau Desktop
7.7
Publish to Web
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
8.3
Publish to PDF
Analyza
9.1
Tableau Desktop
8.2
Report Versioning
Analyza
9.1
Tableau Desktop
7.3
Report Delivery Scheduling
Analyza
9.1
Tableau Desktop
7.5
Delivery to Remote Servers
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.3

Data Discovery and Visualization

Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.0
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.6
Predictive Analytics
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
6.8
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
8.8

Access Control and Security

Analyza
7.7
Tableau Desktop
7.6
Multi-User Support (named login)
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.1
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
7.6
Role-Based Security Model
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.3
Single Sign-On (SSO)
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.2

Mobile Capabilities

Analyza
8.2
Tableau Desktop
7.6
Responsive Design for Web Access
Analyza
9.1
Tableau Desktop
8.2
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
Analyza
7.3
Tableau Desktop
8.2
Dedicated iOS Application
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.2
Dedicated Android Application
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
6.9

Application Program Interfaces (APIs) / Embedding

Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.1
REST API
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
8.0
Javascript API
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.0
iFrames
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
6.7
Java API
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
6.9
Themeable User Interface (UI)
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.0
Customizable Platform (Open Source)
Analyza
Tableau Desktop
7.0

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Focus on analyzing and not on finding and loading data
  • "One version of the truth"
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  • Geographic visualizations with demographic substrates.
  • Combining multiple visualizations into a single dashboard presentation.
  • Creating exploratory dashboards.
  • Storytelling.
  • Their ability to send presentations using a snapshot of the data is outstanding.
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Cons

  • I would like to have more modules. Eg. : supply chain tool.
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  • Could use a bit more flexibility in their approach to stories.
  • Relatively expensive on a per seat basis.
  • The viewer requires substantial hardware for good responsiveness.
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Likelihood to Renew

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Tableau Desktop8.9
Based on 39 answers
Tableau just keeps getting better with time, and continues to add new features with each new release. My clients love the wide variety of data representations, and it has become an invaluable tool in providing high quality products that satisfy customer needs. Tableau makes my job easier, more efficient and more effective.
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Usability

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Tableau Desktop8.7
Based on 23 answers
To perform a visualization, the data is needed, they can be in different sites: servers, internet, different formats: SQL, excel, acces, in both cases Tableau Desktop is able to interoperate with them and make them available to the operator so that the work is very easy, the only thing that you should have is some basic knowledge of the database to start using it, if the objective is to use it for BI or BD or to make infographics or executive or alert reports because it is necessary to master them relevant concepts to those areas of knowledge.
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Reliability and Availability

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Tableau Desktop8.0
Based on 10 answers
Other than upgrades, we've never had downtime that I'm aware of.
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Performance

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Tableau Desktop6.5
Based on 9 answers
Tableau's connections to third-party sources can be somewhat slow due to the time required to speak to a source over a network. However, if you properly utilize Tableau's Data Source Extracts, then the speed is incredible. On the other hand, Tableau makes it very easy for the user to put too much data into one dashboard, which can impact performance. All in all, if you use the tool properly, speed should not be a concern.
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Support

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Tableau Desktop9.0
Based on 16 answers
I personally have no had any experience with the HelpDesk. However, our clients speak highly of it.
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In-Person Training

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Tableau Desktop9.4
Based on 4 answers
Extensive and beneficial - users have shown great benefit of training and put it to practical use.
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Online Training

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Tableau Desktop8.0
Based on 4 answers
The training for new users are quite good because it covers topic wise training and the best part was that it also had video tutorials which are very helpful
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Implementation

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Tableau Desktop8.0
Based on 34 answers
The desktop application seems to be extremely well done. The app is tightly integrated with Tableau server and makes managing various workbooks and projects relatively straightforward. By working with data extracts, it is easy to quickly develop visualizations and analytic tools and then ship them off to Tableau server for other individuals to consume.
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Alternatives Considered

Cognos is very expensive and needs heavy IT-team to implement it.
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Excel is the ultimate jack-of-all-trades Swiss army knife approach. You can do almost anything but it is missing much of the polish of dedicated applications of Tableau. Great for the initial approach to a new dataset. I have created some custom Excel macros that go in and run calculations on combinations of fields -- mostly to see if there are data relationships. This is hard to do almost anywhere else. D3.js is an incredibly flexible tool if you are willing to deal with the tremendous overhead of the associated programming. It has a huge learning curve and I would never recommend it for the exploratory or initial examination phase. But for incredibly detailed and robust displays, it is terrific. Expect to take a week to get anything done right.Lumira is a nice get started and get something out the door product. It still feels like a beta-level product. This could be useful for departments that don't have specialized people or want something more than what Excel offers but aren't willing to pay for the full Tableau license. Good for SAP houses of course but I wouldn't count out the other two.
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Scalability

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Tableau Desktop7.0
Based on 3 answers
Although tableau is highly interactive and fast but with very large dataset its performance degrades heavily. So up to certain extent its really good but after that we have to take care of its performance issues.
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Return on Investment

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  • Increased productivity: ability to automate recurring reports and speed creating new reports. Decreased error rate. Reduced days of effort to hours.
  • Increased client satisfaction: better visuals; more flexible, deeper exploration available; faster, higher quality delivery
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Pricing Details

Analyza

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Required
$15,000*
1.  per installation (including licences and maintenance for 3 years)
Analyza Editions & Modules
Analyza
On-premise Edition
Analyza Standalone
$15,0001
1. per installation (including licences and maintenance for 3 years)
SaaS Edition
Analyza Cloud
$15,0001
1. per installation (including licences and maintenance for 3 years)
Additional Pricing Details
The On-Premise or SaaS solutions are the same price; we provide a dedicated machine or virtual machine for both. For 10 users, the budget is from $15,000 to $90,000 for a full Business Intelligence solution (including licenses and maintenance for 3 years). The installation and configuration cost depends on customer's data architecture, volume and number of sources. It also depends on customizations required (i.e.: exporting pixel to pixel PDF files to a SharePoint platform).

Tableau Desktop

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Yes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
Tableau Desktop Editions & Modules
Tableau Desktop
Edition
Personal
$9991
Professional
$1,9991
1. per user
Additional Pricing Details
Free trials are available for both editions.