Klipfolio is a cloud app for building and sharing business dashboards via the web, TV monitors and mobile devices. SMBs and teams in large companies use Klipfolio to continuously monitor the performance of their business across marketing, sales, support, and at the executive level.
Score 8.3 out of 10
Tableau Desktop is a data visualization product from Tableau. It connects to a variety of data sources for combining disparate data sources without coding. It provides tools for discovering patterns and insights, data calculations, forecasts, and statistical summaries and visual storytelling.
Web Analytics and Data dashboarding (consulting mandate)
Klipfolio is certainly the best solution for dashboards. Compared to Power BI, Power BI is more of an analyst tool to build deep analysis and reports. Making and sharing dashboards in Power BI is a pain. Tableau is great but cost way more. Also, the skills needed to build …
These and many other BI tools are the most direct competitors. I only have experience with Klipfolio and Tableau. Tableau is definitely more capable, but much more difficult to learn and use. Klipfolio is simple and really packs a punch for its simplicity. I have yet to run …
I chose Klipfolio for its low-cost-of-entry, the easy to use designer/editor and multitude of data sources expecting to outgrow it 'someday', but have yet to encounter any significant limitations that would make me want to switch. Power BI and Tableau both have much larger …
Over the years, I have been required to work with other platforms to collect and analyze data for a variety of ad agencies and clients that I have worked with. It really came down to a Goldilocks comparison where we consistently found that dashboard platforms were bloated with …
They are all based on a similar methodology (Excel) but I felt Klipfolio had better integrations and their support team has been the difference maker. For a company that needs some hand-holding and guidance, Klipfolio is the right choice.
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I haven't used other tools for a number of years - when I made the selection my criteria were ease of use (including, slicing & dicing data at will), connectivity to various data sources (especially REST API - which Tableau doesn't support natively but now has a way to use …