IBM Watson Analytics (discontinued) vs. Tonkean

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
IBM Watson Analytics (discontinued)
Score 7.9 out of 10
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Tonkean
Score 0.0 out of 10
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Tonkean uses AI to autonomously coordinate, execute and manage your business workflows, across data and people, so nothing falls through the cracks. The company's platform automatically connects to the interfaces users already use such as forms, email, chat, or other tools, based on the needs and preferences of each individual, enabling operations teams to quickly create adaptive modules to solve their unique challenges in a way that doesn't require new systems or engineering work.
$10,000
per month
Pricing
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Editions & Modules
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Offerings
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Free Trial
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Free/Freemium Version
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Premium Consulting/Integration Services
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Community Pulse
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User Ratings
IBM Watson Analytics (discontinued)Tonkean
Likelihood to Recommend
6.7
(6 ratings)
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User Testimonials
IBM Watson Analytics (discontinued)Tonkean
Likelihood to Recommend
IBM
Despite its shortcomings, IBM Watson Analytics does its job well. It's paired for any size organization, big or small – but realistically, if you're going to be analyzing user-data on a broad scale, it probably makes sense to use this program if you're working with a big company. Otherwise Facebook Analytics could probably do the work for you, for a cheaper price. Our social media manager has been using it to track data for a client of ours, and they have been enjoying it so far. It's a good system to determine user traffic.
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Tonkean Inc
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Pros
IBM
  • IBM Bluemix provides a wealth of powerful APIs. The ones I tried were easy to use and required minimal training to get up to speed.
  • I'd rate the documentation 9/10 as it was easy to navigate, had good examples and explained most of the possible inputs/outputs.
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Cons
IBM
  • Documentation is really hard to search through and follow along with. Needs a lot more examples and guidance.
  • Pricing isn't clear a lot of the time. As a developer trying new stuff, I've been hit with charges and been unsure where the usage came from. Would be good for this to be easier to follow up. Had asked support staff and got no reply.
  • The interface can be overwhleming.
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Tonkean Inc
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Alternatives Considered
IBM
Most commonly, if you're comparing it against other brands – my favorite being Google Analytics – this essentially does the same thing. It really just depends on what platform you're most comfortable working with. Google and IBM both have great software, and ease of use (assuming you know what you're doing when you get started). Although Google doesn't go as in-depth with their data analysis as IBM
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Tonkean Inc
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Return on Investment
IBM
  • See previous notes. We decided, for good reason, not to pursue any real production applications with the Bluemix products because we, our management, and our customer and their management realized it would not work in a real-world, down and dirty production environment where company reputations, financial performance, and customer satisfaction were at stake!
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Tonkean Inc
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