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With Izenda, we can offer our trusted users dashboards, generated custom reports, and ad-hoc reporting, right within our own operation. Integrating the Izenda tool directly into our usage meant that we were suitable to use a small corridor of Izenda as core functionality while reserving the more advanced sections of Izenda for guests willing to pay redundancy for the licensing.
Tableau public is the best platform to build dashboards for your personal profile and share with recruiters. It's always good to keep ourselves updated on the latest features, create sample dashboards and save them to a personal profile. Tableau public is free and doesn't need any subscription. anyone can create an account and start building reports.
User and tenant management is excellent. It is very simple to implement and easy to manage.The configurability and customizability are excellent. We have access to all aspects of the system and have rebranded and configured single sign on. The users really like it.Reports and visualizations work. There's lots of flexibility and users enjoy creating reports themselves.Incentivized
Data visualization: lots of different options, including bar, scatter, pie, waterfall charts to explore relationships between variables, and to present findings/trends to different teamsIntegrates readily with limited, though different data sources: TXT, CSV, TDE, AccessExports reports for review of different dashboards: client-ready/team-ready, with a clean and tidy presentation in PDF format (or hardcopy)Incentivized
It would be superb if power users were ready to input a SQL statement to create a knowledge set.The data source selection view while creating a replacement report.
Tableau Public (both Desktop and Server) like their "for a fee" counterparts offer very easy to learn and use tools to transform data into pictures and gain insights into your data. Most organizations report a reduction in development time of 10x vs. other similar tools, due to the intuitive user interface. That said, with Tableau Public, published workbooks are "disconnected" from the underlying data sources and require periodic updates when the data changes. Users are limited to 1 Gb of storage space per user ID and password as well.I would like to see better options for public sharing of visualizations and data from within the "for a fee" products as more and more organizations are moving in the direction of data sharing with partners and their communities.Incentivized
It's free, right? I'll keep using the free version. So the real question to ask is this? Will I pay $999 for the Personal version or $1,999 for the Professional? Yikes! That is a big stretch. I'm not sure about that. The product comparison chart is at: http://www.tableausoftware.com/public/comparison
With the help of Izenda, we are able to build a mature foundation that users can quickly customize to their needs. Once permissions are layered in, we can simply use the same report and only show fields a specific user has access to.
Tableau public is a great training tool to understand the basics of Tableau before buying it. A great tool to extend Excel's visualization and to publish data for others. Not useful for anything you need secure. No ability to access databases. Static information only.
Izenda always provides great support to their users.
I have not yet required to contact support as the documentation and help i found online has always worked so farIncentivized
I found it sufficient, and fast. I could easily "kick the tires" with Tableau on my data so I got up and running fast.
Start at the end and work backward. Identify the business case / issue and questions the end users have, then identify the data needed, and where to get it.Incentivized
We compared to other end user tools like Qlik, Tableau and Power BI. These tools are very refined but not positioned for OEM/Embedded use cases. The closest we came was logi and Birst and the price and business model of Izenda was much more appealing Incentivized
Google Charts/Drive is sufficient for simpler data sets, but it does not integrate with other web platforms and the visualization does not look as professional. I'm not aware of any other competitors that offer the same package as Microsoft.Incentivized
One of the best user interfaces.Even a non-tech person can use it.
Tableau Public visualizations have helped drive traffic to our content and sitesThe lack of cost means it's easy to demonstrate our experience to attract paying clientsIncentivized