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MicroStrategy Analytics is a platform for Business Intelligence (BI) and self-service analytics. It enables organizations worldwide to analyze the vast amounts of data stored across their enterprises to make better business decisions. MicroStrategy currently has 3 versions: - MicroStrategy Analytics Enterprise: Enterprise-grade business intelligence - MicroStrategy Analytics Desktop: Free self-service visual analytics - MicroStrategy Analytics Express: Free cloud-based self-service visual analyticshttps://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/qq/iH/PZORMI8Q2P14.PNGIntensive and reliable toolMicrostrategy Analytics is widely used in the company across all departments. Different level of access can be provided to different level of responsible persons. It is a very easy tool to get access of past data with different reports and presenting it with the help of variety of dashboard and VIs. Data collection and analysis is an essential function of it.,Data collection/data access- The tool uses different attributes and metrics to generate data for you in a required format with required filters. Data Visualization- The tool has great function of creating Dashboards which are specially useful for higher management to review it. Data Analytics- With great amount of functions, it does most of the excel work within itself. Eliminates excel in most of the fronts.,Better user interface- The only thing that comes out is there is a high scope of modifying user interface. Currently it is not as good as Tableau in terms of user interface.,8,salesforce and Tableau,8,9,Salesforce Analytics Cloud, WebEx Meetings, SAS Advanced AnalyticsMicrostrategy , very good but..We are trying to use it across all the organization as the only tool where you can find all the data of the company, making all kind of dashboards for managers and final users. We've also made "live" dashboard showing the status of the company. The major problem is to make end users move from Excel to MS. The company leaves all this effort to the IT Team and does not make this a strategic decision.,Easy of use Has improved a lot the visualization of data Fast,For use it take a lot of time to prepare the correct data. I don't know it there is some MicroSrategy magic solution to make it faster Better comunication with client Improve dashboards, losing with competitors,9,,8,7MicroStrategy ReviewIt is being used across our health center in every department, from admin to ops to clinics. We are trying to use it with our scheduling program's data feed to solve TAT issues, staffing issues, and tracking issues. We've implemented several new policies around appointment cancellations due to findings in Microstrategy data. We also take in a feed from our EMR system for patient data research.,I think the dashboards are quite helpful to visualize on the spot data. Creation of facts and attributes is simple - I have no programming experience and was still able to create and modify these items. Scheduling reports to be run on a daily, weekly, or hourly basis is simple. It provides updated data on a timed basis with no need to go back into the program.,The graph options are not as robust as an Excel user might want. The metadata layer can sometimes be slower, and it takes a long time for reports to run. Viewing the data feed entered can be cumbersome at times, in terms of validation with reports.,8,Tableau Online,5,6,Tableau OnlineIntegrated and efficient analytics solutionMicrostrategy is extensively used within my organization and other retail and finance clients I have worked with. MSTR is an efficient tool with numerous analytical, reporting and visualization features all clubbed in one - helps deliver grid reports, dashboards and mobile reports. We have used this for dynamic sourced reports and self analytics as well widely.,Integrated solution for delivering different types of reports through multiple mediums like web, mobile or distribution services. Unique Schema and public objects concept saves development costs by allowing reusable components and maintenance across. Having end to end MSTR implemented eliminates the need to look at different tools for in memory and visualization.,Version control and parallel development limitation- I understand it somehow conflicts the architecture specialities but point to be thought over. Visual Insights capabilities to compete with Tableau like reports. MSTR services and technical support teams response time - not always a concern but can definitely be improved.,8,Good returns considering integrated objects and reports for multiple mediums Not sure but cost of development seemed a little higher which is also an outcome of lack of good development vendors or resources. Not a concern over MSTR as a tool. Deployment to mobile or distribute sharing is an advantage as object oriented architecture reduces rework and maintenance steps.,OBIE, Tableau Desktop and IBM Cognos,Oracle BI Foundation SuiteSimplifying reporting needsMicrostrategy is currently being used by several different departments within the organization. It makes our reporting easier, where it provides the flexibility to automate much of it, as well as provide an easy to use interface for non sql savvy employees. It solves many of our reporting needs,Central location for reporting, makes it easier for several different departments to access different information Automated reporting - allows us to schedule customized reports Well formatted reports that are easy to run,My organization is on an older version of the tool with a lot less bells and whistles If an employee is familiar with SQL enough, they can avoid using microstrategy No other major cons,9,aqt,Dayforce HCM,10,10,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation,10,No,The best type of support, is solving a problem proactively, before it ever becomes a problem. With my experience in Mircrostrategy, we do not typically have any issues, and when we do, they are resolved extremely quickly.Comprehensive enterprise BI ToolMicroStrategy Analytics is used by our organization to create highly interactive dashboards and reports with cutting edge visualizations. Currently, the front end and dashboards are being developed by only a single department but reports and dashboards are consumed across the organization and even clients. The main advantage of MicroStrategy Analytics is that it can be accessed online through a web browser which eliminates the need to carry heavy Excel files. Also, the reports and dashboards are updated in real time which was not possible with Excel based dashboards.,It helps create dashboards that are personalized to a particular type of user. The access to the specific sections of dashboards and reports can be controlled and only the intended audience can access that information. This helps with distributing the same dashboard to different departments and even competitors. The reports are completely responsive to different devices and can be accessed via any device of any resolution. Also, MicroStrategy offers a vast range of power visualizations like heat maps and can also connect with third party applications like Google Maps for additional functionality. Also, this functionality is present even on mobile devices. With its Online Analytical Processing capabilities, users can modify the reports by slicing and manipulating the data as per their needs without executing the SQL query in the backend. This helps in saving a lot of development time as individual users can modify the report online by using filters and slicers without requiring the coding know how.,ESRI ArcGIS maps can only be integrated and accessed with internet connectivity which becomes a limitation when using only with LAN connectivity. The community/forum is not very active with a limited number of users and low quality content. Some functionalities are missing from the web version and are only present in the desktop version. Also, dashboards over the web still lack integration with HTML5.,7,IBM Cognos, Microsoft BI, Qlik Sense and Tableau Desktop,Tableau Desktop, Evernote, Falcon.io,8,8Enterprise BI Solution - Not an Analytics solutionMicrostrategy is used in one of our banking clients. It's used by different areas, some use it for alerts. Others use it as a dashboard solution or for ad-hoc reporting.,The governance and security layer, with the metadata layer. Easy ad-hoc reporting creations. Strong dashboard options.,Merging data from different sources has been improved a lot but it's not easy to create a query manually. Training metrics - it's not easy to use for users. But the new method of R integration could change that.,8,Tableau Desktop, QlikView and Microsoft Power BI,Tableau Public, Microsoft Power BI,7,8MicroStrategy 10 - the best in BIWe're building a new data warehouse and reporting system. MicroStrategy will be at the forefront of our strategy, providing a robust, multi-language, multi-tenant architecture for our customers and internally. It replaces our Excel, CSV based reporting company-wide.,Without a doubt, it scales, it is robust and the performance is great. The latest enhancements for version 10 (like replacing Flash with HTML 5) address some previous issues and concerns. They've closed the gap they had with Tableau and similar products with the introduction of Desktop, while still providing governed, data discovery. Something Tableau lacks.,It is hard for me to point out room for improvement. Version 10 just came out and I haven't had the chance to fully experiment with it, but it looks very good so far.,10,Birst,10,We just started this project so we are still in development, but it will potentially scale to hundreds of users.,10,10Ground level perspective of MicroStrategyWe use MicroStrategy Analytics in many departments, the span of support goes from Business users to IT support. This tool is intended to be the "one stop shop" for all reporting needs. We are able to connect many different data sources which tend to be common in large companies. The current implementation met our needs in the past and we are adapting to use it better and more efficiently for future needs. I believe when configured correctly, this product can meet all requirements for our department and all other departments.,Extremely fast and reliable sql generation, report and document development. Flexibility and integration with nearly all data sources. Self reliant product, many out of the box products that allow easy maintenance, development, and monitoring. Cost of product is more reasonable than many other in its class. Reports and documents produced can be pixel perfect and allow for extremely custom dashboards and scorecards.,There are many tools and products in the whole Analytics suite, I find this cumbersome and would like to see all these tools brought together There is no version control built into the product. Versioning seems outdated and the principle way of handling versions is outdated and I think should be remodeled. To a new user, learning the entirety of all MicroStrategy products is difficult and can take a long time to adapt to.,9,,10,Our customers are mainly internal to the business having a user base in the hundreds. The types of users who are active with MicroStrategy range from business analysts to software developers.,10,7,10,Implemented in-house,Yes,As far as implementation of the infrastructure, there were not many. The most difficult part of implementation was collecting all required information to accurately depict the data model.,10,Online training Self-taught,10,This product is not easy to learn without training. I would not recommend a self taught approach. The classes are a bit expensive, however the time saved is worth it.,Yes,10,Yes,I received exceptional support when we had to change our entire data model and there were many concerns and questions I had with an upgrade path. The case was flagged by me as level 1 (highest) and I was contacted within minutes and given the solution within the hour.,Creating metrics and filters Creating a mobile application Creating dashboards Use Visual Insights,Understanding the core of the IServer The differences between MicroStrategy Web and MicroStrategy Developer. Some features exists in one and not the other.,Yes,7,10,10,10Microstrategy is 'great enough' for business.Microstrategy is our primary BI delivery environment and is being used for the entire organization. We have a unique business case in that our organization is the BI department for hundreds of other organizations; however, attributes, metrics, and nomenclature are different although using the same data set. In addition, our data sets are 10s to 100s of millions of rows of data. Microstrategy scales for large datasets and has just enough flexibility to address these problems.,Aggregate awareness. The ability for the SQL generator to select the correct aggregate table, whether a hierarchy or dates, is invaluable to organizations with less mature database developer resources. Delivery of reports, particularly web-based delivery. Microstrategy provides the most options for report delivery, scheduling, and formats; a requirement of self-service BI. Managing metadata Microstrategy's architecture prefers a star schema; this can serve as a virtual ER builder and help locate possible bottlenecks in the database design.,Scheduling delivery; the use of schedules is very inflexible. Instead of building specific delivery objects, a schedule builder (similar to MS Outlook) will push Microstrategy ahead of the competition. The schedule objects add to the maintenance. FTP/sFTP delivery options. Internal delivery to file systems and availing the file location to FTP is good, but often times external FTP/sFTP is required. Currently, BI engineers have to build external processes to deliver to external FTP. Desktop dashboard development; it is a bit disjointed. Dashboard development options are different between desktop (now called developer) and web are different. We often have developer and web open at the same time to build dashboards. Architect product; still hasn't gained global acceptance for schema management. More flexible cross-tab development. There's an idea I have about joining data sets where there's aggregate data combined with crosstab data. The example i use is a annual budget (metric) along side monthly spend (metric). Today, the annual budget must be an attribute which means it cannot be used in calculations.,8,Tableau Desktop,Emanio,QlikView,TIBCO Spotfire,Information Builders WebFOCUS,Pentaho,IBM Cognos,8,The tool is used company-wide; however, universal adoption is still slow. A lot of the adoption issues are because of UI/UX. We have begun a process to reface Microstrategy and integrate it into other internal systems and the adoption is rapidly growing.,7,7,(positive) Improved analytics delivery due to the flexibility of the web platform. (positive) Generated new lines of business via dashboard development. (negative) Long development cycles. (positive) Shorter QA cycles for analytics leveraging Integrity Manager.,5,4,Standard analytics. Business intelligence. Dashboards. Custom report generation. Account management.,Mobile dashboards. Client-specific, custom dashboards. Validation of datasets.,Self-service BI. Data warehouse design validation. Two-way analytics to action system.,Yes,Price Product Features Existing Relationship with the Vendor,We probably would have forced a full bake off between Microstrategy and the other vendors instead of selecting a production based on an extended POC. We gave Microstrategy, and their consultants, an opportunity to customize the demos and features around the limitations of the product. Had we given the same opportunities to other potential vendors, I think the other vendor's would've had a better opportunity.,Implemented in-house Professional services company,No,Change management was minimal,Forcing query optimization via level metrics and VLDB settings Setting up DB connections Styling, styling, styling,8,Yes,8,Yes,There have been multile times that we have had product installation and licensing issues. In every case they were able to provide both a temporary and permanent solution to our issue.,Grid Report Generation User Management Installation Visual Insight,Documents/Dashboard Database Connections Attribute/metric generation Report API Styling,Yes,7Why we work with MicroStrategy AnalyticsWe are a reseller and we implement it for our customers in big data for internal, SaaS and OEM environments.,Visualization Very fast query engine Complex analytics Full BI solution platform,It should simple and easy to use SDK Flash move to html,10,,9,Fast implementation Few people to operate Advanced analyticsFine for reporting, not for ad hoc analyticsI led a strategy & analytics team at Dell that provided data-driven and actionable recommendations to senior executives. We needed an agile environment for rapid ad hoc analytics on large data sets that combined data from the warehouse with other data sets (market data, 3rd party lists, data from enterprise systems not yet flowing into the warehouse, prior analytics, etc.). MicroStrategy was selected by IT to address these business needs. Unfortunately, MicroStrategy tured out to not be the right tool for the job due to a combination of capability gaps and the constraints imposed by our own IT governance processes.,Great for reporting that has stabilized (not changing much over time) Drill-down/through is great for facilitating an interactive discussion with business leaders Report-sharing helps keep the data on the back-end, reducing the emailing of large Excel files,Our team of business analysts needed a nimble tool for ad hoc analytics. MicroStrategy required greater technical knowledge than our typical user possessed and the process of creating a new view was extremely cumbersome and time-consuming. We regularly needed to combine data from our warehouse with other data sources. While MicroStrategy has this capability, the level of technical knowledge required was beyond that of a typical business analyst and took too long. Part of the challenge was that our IT department imposed tight governance on the introduction of new data into the warehouse (which is common), so the minimum SLA on this process was 4 hours. This is simply not acceptable when a senior executive needs analysis for a decision right away. While I cannot fault MicroStrategy for our company's IT governance policy, they should add the capability to combine data from the warehouse with data outside the warehouse without requiring that it be added to the warehouse. While MicroStrategy has some light-weight and reasonably priced user licenses, the capabilities we needed for ad hoc analysis required a far more expensive user license.,3,We abandoned the tool as it was not meeting our needs.,Tableau,1A partner's view of MicroStrategy AnalyticsWe support users implement MSTR analytics and actively engage with them to discover the art of the possible.,Ease of implementation Ease of use Ease of scale,Establish direct connection with WPS Software to allow easier take-outs of SAS Software,10,Keeps business relevent,,10Business Analytics Can Improve Quality of ServiceI am setting up an account management team for the organization. Microstrategy is at the heart of the system and has produced some great results so far.,CAMERA is our major dashboard: Corporate Account Management Electronic Reporting Application It pulls data from multiple sources in the organization and helps monitor our SLA management.,Reporting for masses the without going through a dedicated account!! Web reporting needs to be aligned with mobile reporting. One stop shop.,10,I could cut costs on license procurement while producing better reporting to customers. I was able to prove to management to invest a small amount in reporting.,,10Analyzing the Analytics- MicroStrategy AnalyticsAnalytics is used throughout the business, from report and dashboard consumers to analysts using advanced data mining functionality. It allows us to produce consistent reporting, in a timely fashion and automate the distribution to a large customer base.,Scalability- build once and apply security features to allow the report to be used by multiple roles and levels Mobile functionality,More visualizations- when your user base is comfortable with the charts in Excel not being able to replicate them causes reduced user adoption,8,Improved depot management Consistent reporting Time saving in report production,business objects and microsoft bi,9MicroStrategy is a great product for medium to large size companies.MicroStrategy Analytics is currently being used by Accounting, Finance, and Audit. It is being used to pull policy level detail reports, month end summary reporting for making entries to the general ledger, and MTD as well as YTD/ITD reporting with various views to support month end variance analysis. It is also used to perform SOX audit testing on an annual basis.,Automated reporting Interactive dashboards Large amounts of data,Formatting of reports Moving data around on a report at the user level Creating applications,9,Tableau Desktop,Spreadsheet Server, Microsoft Access,8,9A full single sourced, enterprise BI SolutionMicroStrategy Analytics is being used as a full BI enterprise solution. We use MicroStrategy's full set of products, sourcing from an array of database technologies, but mostly from Microsoft SQL Server, Hadoop, Spark, and Storm. MicroStrategy Analytics solves the business problem of company wide data silos. In conjunction with an enterprise data warehouse, we can create a single source solution.,MicroStrategy Analytics has the best mobile BI on the market right now. The level of efforts (LOE) is very low for this type of development. MicroStrategy Analytics's self-serve BI is very valuable to our business users and can cut development for BI developers by enabling business users to find business answers themselves. The caching of Intelligence Cubes in MicroStrategy Analytics is a game changer. I have I-cubes with billions of rows stored in memory, ready at any moment.,The developer desktop product could use some UI enhancements. It's been the same for many years. The world would be a better place if custom groups and consolidation were supported in Visual Insight and I-Cubes. A more simplify licensing model. It's expensive.,9,,Tableau Desktop, Microsoft BI, IBM Cognos,9,9MicroStrategy - sexy reporting, if you can afford it..We created a new tool from scratch for our clients to be able to view their spend across all regions. MicroStrategy Analytics was brought on to help power the analytics portion of the tool.,Dashboards - MicroStrategy creates some very nice and visually appealing dashboards. Data - The amount and volume of data that MicroStrategy can crunch is impressive, and it's a flexible tool to be configured and used how we want. Speed - Despite the massive amount of data collected, it runs quite quickly.,Cost to implement - since they use partner firms to do many of their implementations (perhaps all, not sure?), the implementation is quite pricey if you want a full featured product.,8,IBM Cognos,8,8,Professional services company,Yes,Change management was a big part of the implementation and was well-handled,Technology constraints connecting our data warehouse to the BI tool.,8Disruptive AnalyticsWe are using it for prototyping, demoing to customers, analyzing functionality, implementing it, and advising customers in how to implement and use it.,Security Simplicty Functionality,Pricing structure Product bundling Graph refreshment (redesign),10,Holistic view of the business Faster decisions Excellent admin,,10
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October 18, 2017

MicroStrategy Analytics: "MicroStrategy Review"

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Tableau was more costly and took longer to learn to use. While it does have some perks (such as no metadata layer), I find using the online version of Tableau is not as fast as the online version of Microstrategy, and creating data descriptors is easier in the latter. Tableau does not offer customization of reports as easily, either.
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June 27, 2016

MicroStrategy Analytics Review: "Enterprise BI Solution - Not an Analytics solution"

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Microstrategy has a more centralized vision, the new version is making an approach to Tableau or Power BI in the data preparation and fast creation of data visualization. QlikView is maybe similar in the vision to centralize the administration. Microstrategy analytics is the response of these tools to Tableau's self service preparation of analysis.
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August 17, 2015

MicroStrategy Analytics: "MicroStrategy 10 - the best in BI"

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I found Birst to be a good tool when using perfectly normalized data, like they do on their demo. If your data or model are not perfect, the tool doesn't automatically figure out anything, so you have to do a lot of manual work. Also, the tool is not mature enough. For instance, one has to manually create and maintain different projects for language support. In other words, you need to make a copy of your base project and manually translate all objects to another language, so if you wish to offer 10 languages, you need 10 versions of the same thing. That's a nightmare to maintain.
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April 08, 2015

MicroStrategy Analytics: "Ground level perspective of MicroStrategy"

Score 9 out of 10
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I have only used SSRS 2012 and MicroStrategy 9.4.1 as reporting tools. SSRS is not as fully featured as MicroStrategy and does not have the same level of quality in the delivery of expert reports. MicroStrategy meets many more needs out of the box and allows for many more options than SSRS. Microstrategy is in a higher class of Business Intelligence tools than SSRS. Also MicroStrategy rivals SAP and Cognos however price points of MicroStrategy is far more reasonable than others in class.
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April 29, 2015

MicroStrategy Analytics: "Microstrategy is 'great enough' for business."

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As a whole Microstrategy is good in more areas than the others are great in specific ones. It is probably not #1 in any particular category of BI Tool evaluations, but they are #2 or #3 in more categories than the all of the other tools we have evaluated. We selected Microstrategy originally as a client request. As we became disenchanted with workflow and or design, our evaluation of other BI tools fell so far short of functionality in Microstrategy that it was an obvious choice (using an 80-20 rule).
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June 23, 2016

MicroStrategy Analytics: "MicroStrategy is a great product for medium to large size companies."

Score 9 out of 10
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Tableau is a user friendly environment that creates visualizations, reports, and dashboards. The performance of Tableau is bad when querying large data sets. Users are not able to customize their reports as easily in Tableau as they can in MicroStrategy. Analysis and modeling is more difficult in Tableau than in MicroStrategy when using version 9.3.1.
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January 29, 2016

MicroStrategy Analytics Review: "A full single sourced, enterprise BI Solution"

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Tableau is probably MicroStrategy Analytic's biggest competitor I've noticed over time, and I'm not sure why. Tableau only covers visualizations independently for each business user, which then creates the issues of every employee creating their own version of the data, and then you have 20 versions of the truth. A enterprise data warehouse and MicroStrategy's Visual Insight is a better method.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Pixel Perfect reports (17)
6.0
Customizable dashboards (17)
8.3
Report Formatting Templates (18)
6.9
Drill-down analysis (17)
9.1
Formatting capabilities (18)
8.7
Integration with R or other statistical packages (11)
5.2
Report sharing and collaboration (17)
6.7
Publish to Web (16)
7.3
Publish to PDF (17)
8.8
Report Versioning (14)
6.4
Report Delivery Scheduling (17)
8.8
Delivery to Remote Servers (1)
7
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.) (15)
8.9
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization (14)
6.8
Predictive Analytics (13)
7.3
Multi-User Support (named login) (13)
7.5
Role-Based Security Model (14)
8.8
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete) (14)
9.4
Single Sign-On (SSO) (3)
9.1
Responsive Design for Web Access (14)
7.7
Dedicated iOS Application (11)
8.0
Dedicated Android Application (9)
8.0
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile (14)
7.1
REST API (1)
8
Javascript API (2)
7.0
iFrames (1)
8
Java API (1)
8
Themeable User Interface (UI) (1)
8
Customizable Platform (Open Source) (2)
7.7

About MicroStrategy Analytics

The MicroStrategy platform differs somewhat from competing platforms in that it does not include a data warehouse.

The platform integrates with a wide range of third-party data warehouses however. MicroStrategy also built a free discovery/visualization tool called MicroStrategy Analytics Desktop, which is not completely integrated with the rest of the platform. MicroStrategy has strong mobile and cloud capabilities which are differentiators for the platform. MicroStrategy's cloud offerings are unique in that they host the software in their own data centers and allow customers to keep their data on-premise to alleviate security concerns. Analytics is a platform for Business Intelligence (BI) and self-service analytics. It enables organizations worldwide to analyze the vast amounts of data stored across their enterprises to make better business decisions.

MicroStrategy currently has 3 versions:

  • MicroStrategy Analytics Enterprise: Enterprise-grade business intelligence
  • MicroStrategy Analytics Desktop: Free self-service visual analytics
  • MicroStrategy Analytics Express: Free cloud-based self-service visual analytics

MicroStrategy Analytics Competitors

Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Does not have featureFree or Freemium Version Available?No
Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
Entry-level set up fee?No
On-premise EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Desktop$600per named user
SaaS EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Web$600per named user
Web$300,000per CPU core
Mobile$600per named user
Mobile$300,000per CPU core

MicroStrategy Analytics Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Mac
Mobile Application:No