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Score 8.4 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

datapine

For someone like me, who had no real experience in using BI tools before, datapine suits quite well. Most of the features I was able to explore on my own, and their support was always really helpful (as well as the tutorials). In general, I was most impressed from their dashboard features. If you look for a software with detailed statistical analysis options, you maybe need to take another (additional) tool. My main use-case was the visualization and reporting of the analysis results, not the statistical analysis itself. This usually was done before with SPSS.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

MS SharePoint / SQL

We have used it successfully as mentioned on two large programs, but again it is an enterprise tool so I am only speaking from the standpoint of my team. Hundreds of teams across our enterprise use this every day. We keep our decision tracker out there as well as important program documents required by our SDLC process like requirements, etc. We also publish test results for the team to see. We use SharePoint to share test data across the organization as we can not just email files back and forth. We can rely on the security settings of SharePoint to allow access to only those team members that need to see the test data. And even though our test data is masked, we still control access to it. I would recommend that any team can benefit from using SharePoint and it gives a good place to store program/project files. It becomes the source of the truth and you just keep putting the most current versions and save them to SharePoint.
Gene Baker | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

BI Standard Reporting

datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.7
Pixel Perfect reports
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.0
Customizable dashboards
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.2
Report Formatting Templates
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.8

Ad-hoc Reporting

datapine
9.7
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.6
Drill-down analysis
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.3
Formatting capabilities
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.7
Report sharing and collaboration
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.4
Integration with R or other statistical packages
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.1

Report Output and Scheduling

datapine
9.8
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.1
Publish to Web
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.3
Publish to PDF
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.8
Report Versioning
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.6
Report Delivery Scheduling
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.8
Delivery to Remote Servers
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.0

Data Discovery and Visualization

datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.4
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.0
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization
datapine
8.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.0
Predictive Analytics
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.2

Access Control and Security

datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.4
Multi-User Support (named login)
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.6
Role-Based Security Model
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.2
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.5
Single Sign-On (SSO)
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.3

Mobile Capabilities

datapine
9.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.3
Responsive Design for Web Access
datapine
8.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.4
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.5
Dedicated iOS Application
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.6
Dedicated Android Application
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.6

Application Program Interfaces (APIs) / Embedding

datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.7
REST API
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.4
Javascript API
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.9
iFrames
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.0
Java API
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.7
Themeable User Interface (UI)
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.8
Customizable Platform (Open Source)
datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.7

Pros

datapine

  • Intuitive user interface, especially within the analyzer (drag & drop).
  • Dashboard templates helped to create visually appealing dashboards.
  • Many different reporting options.
  • Customer support is really helpful.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

MS SharePoint / SQL

  • Flexible - able to make any changes we would like vs traditional service desk system.
  • ROI - We were already using SharePoint for internal intranet, so we are simply getting more use out of licensing we had already committed to.
  • Easy to use for end users.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

datapine

  • Some advanced functions need SQL knowledge.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

MS SharePoint / SQL

  • It is hard to setup and nightmare
  • It requires a of infrastructure, thus it could be costly because of requirement and licensing required for everything to run smoothly
  • If it is not setup and organized properly from the beginning it could be maintenance nightmare
  • It is hard to have "test" environment to do patches or similar
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

datapine

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

MS SharePoint / SQL 8.8
Based on 7 answers
This was a long-term buy-in from a corporate perspective, to remain in the SharePoint space. Migration is certainly possible, which is good for planning and having options further out. At this point, the only planned migration is to eventually move the architecture up to SharePoint/SQL 2013. At that point, we will be able to leverage some greater efficiencies, some enhanced content design and management features, and some more current social features. It is well worth a full consideration in any shop looking at a new implementation of or migration to SharePoint (although you will probably be considering 2013 versions or beyond in those discussions), but the platform should be a strong competitor to any alternatives. Realizing the capability of a fully-branded and customized website was not part of the original choice for the architecture at Lincoln, but seeing it implemented and functioning now with this capacity far beyond original expectations has certainly cemented plans to continue using it.
Tim Ritter | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

datapine

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

MS SharePoint / SQL 9.0
Based on 4 answers
Most of the time it is user-friendly, but if you want[ed] to customize it was difficult in the past. Now it is emerging and evolving. From the point of customization, I feel it needs more focus and hard work! Again from the integration view it does not have... [the best] connectivity but [it] needs proper guidance.
Harish Engolkar | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

datapine

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

MS SharePoint / SQL 9.5
Based on 4 answers
It's been fantastic in terms of Premier Support so far. If there is an issue and if you report if the product has an issue, they will act upon it immediately. In some cases, if you design/develop something using the platform, Microsoft appreciates it and... publishes it on their public website. But you have to wait for some time if it is a non-Premier Support issue as you may experience delays.
Harish Engolkar | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

datapine

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

MS SharePoint / SQL 7.0
Based on 2 answers
Not implemented in best practice way, there are many customizations
Vadim Malkin | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

datapine

No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

I have used both Google Drive and Zoho Docs which seem similar to MS SharePoint. The main differences I noticed as a user is that the user interfaces in both Google Drive and Zoho Docs were much more intuitive and they were much easier to navigate than MS SharePoint. There are a lot more things that you can do with MS SharePoint, but for a smaller company, it may not be worth the investment.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

datapine

No answers on this topic

MS SharePoint / SQL

  • I've installed SharePoint in many different industries and each industry has seen greater collaboration among their teams both locally and nationally. The ability to collaborate more efficiently has reduced the need to have employees centrally located.
  • Companies which have used SharePoint in a end user training portal have had great ROI, since they can create the content once and share with all their users who subscribe to their training service. The web content management aspect of SharePoint is a very helpful feature.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Pricing Details

datapine

General

Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
$2,000*

* per installation

datapine Editions & Modules

On-premise Edition
datapine Server$9991
  1. per installation
SaaS Edition
Basic$2491
Professional$4991
Premium$7691
  1. per installation
Additional Pricing Details
Prices are per month.

MS SharePoint / SQL

General

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No

MS SharePoint / SQL Editions & Modules

Additional Pricing Details

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

datapine
10.0
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.8

Likelihood to Renew

datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
8.8

Usability

datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.0

Support Rating

datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
9.5

Implementation Rating

datapine
MS SharePoint / SQL
7.0

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