Overall Satisfaction with GoodData
We are implementing GoodData in our clients as an upsell. By this moment, we are still building their dashboard in PowerBI, but it takes us too much time, so we are changing to GoodData, and leaving them building their own metrics, saving us the time of building dashboards. And one more important feature is the white labeling, so they will use, it as if they were using Rabbot, and not a third service.
First, and the most important, the White labeling BI, and the flexibility and liberty to our customers.
- Easy to embed
- Data transform directly in the platform
- Some functions are a little hard to perform, if you don't know how to do them
- We miss also a filter in the Data modeling
- Whitelabeling BI
- Saving the time of the Data Analyst of doing dashboards
- Very easy embedding service
GoodData is an incredible tool when you know how to use it. But it took me some time, to discover the features, and to rule them. In the beginning, when you don't know how to work with it, you struggle a little, but when you master it, it's so easy and also fun to work with it.
It took me around eight weeks to master GoodData. It took me some time to understand the tricks of GoodData, how to understand how to work in GoodData is, how to bring the data to the GoodData warehouse, and to start building my first metrics, reports, insights, and dashboards.
The ace of GoodData usability is the possibility of providing embedded BI to a third party, so we signed GoodData, and are providing GoodData as an upsell to the clients of our Saas. I am providing training for the users, on how to use GoodData, instead of building the dashboard themselves in Power BI.
We bring data from Google BigQuery. We have the data stored in an SQLServer database and do the necessary transform operations via Python Scripts, executed by AirFlow. Then, this data goes to Google BigQuery, and is stored there, and, then, we pull the data from Google BigQuery via the connector in GoodData.
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Some clients enjoyed so much what we showed, they liked the flexibility and the fact that they can edit reports and dashboards, and create metrics directly in the embedded, but every time they need some new data, that is not in the Data model, we have to do a transform in out back-end to make this information available for them. And, of course, we also miss an ETL tool directly in GoodData.