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The 10 Best Business Intelligence Tools For Reporting Insights

4. Logi Analytics – Embedded analytics development service offering access dashboards, reports, and other self-service tools in your application


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Embed customizable dashboards, reports, and self-service in your application.

Logi Analytics is an analytics solution that embeds machine learning and artificial intelligence inside your application to provide robust data dashboards and self-service reporting right in your app. Intelligent workflows then let users take action or trigger a process without leaving the application.

Because of their option for custom, branded, developer-controlled UI, Logi Analytics ranked particularly high in the evaluation criteria section for UI score. After all, what better UI can you ask for than one that is easily modified to fit the look and feel of your own brand with custom themes, CSS, and JavaScript?

Logi works with SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL, DB2, Progress OpenEdge; Big data such as Amazon Redshift, HP Vertica, MongoDB, 1010Data, Hadoop (Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR),

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On-Premise Reporting, KPIs & Dashboard | Data Analytics | Business Intelligence


IntelliFront BI™ is a browser-based Data Analytics & Business Intelligence solution that saves you time and money by creating & sharing your Reports, KPIs & Dashboards in a single easy-to-use portal. Quickly create static & real-time reports in the browser-based admin module and easily share them with management & stakeholders in their secure user portal. 

Designed with on-premise implementation in mind, it comes with Active Directory Integration, Single Sign On & 2-Factor Authentication as standard. Coupled with its built-in Application Security, IntelliFront BI allows you to collaborate & share reports with external users without compromising your security policies. 

Integration with ChristianSteven’s scheduling suite allows you to automate the export and delivery of reports in standard formats like PDF, CSV & XML to a variety of destinations like Email, Printer, FAX, Folder, Google Sheets, Google Drive, Sharepoint Dropbox, Slack & more.

Easy To Use

Beautiful Dashboards with IntelliFront BI

Video: See how this dashboard was created

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The Real Difference Between Reporting and Business Intelligence l Sisense

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Reporting and business intelligence are often used to refer to the same thing — but wrongly so! The difference between reporting and business intelligence goes beyond charts for the first or data correlations for the second. To understand how they compare, it’s best to start with the separate business and end-user needs that each of these two functions is meant to satisfy.

Reporting and BI serve two different business needs

Keep the following descriptions in mind. The different roles of reporting and business intelligence for your organization should then become much clearer.

  • Reporting shows you what has happened so far and what the status of that thing is. Reports often use standard or well-known formats to help people do their jobs better or more easily on a daily (or weekly, monthly, etc.) basis. 

Reports may also focus on one specific set of data or records. For example, a daily

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Top 7 business intelligence and reporting tools

In this article, I review some of the top open source business intelligence (BI) and reporting tools. In economies where the role of big data and open data are ever-increasing, where do we turn in order to have our data analysed and presented in a precise and readable format? This list covers tools which help to solve this problem. Two years ago I wrote about the top three. In this article, I will expand that list with a few more tools that were suggested by our readers.

Note that this list is not exhaustive, and it is a mix of both business intelligence and reporting tools.

BIRT

BIRT originated from the open source Eclipse project, and was first released in 2004. BIRT is an open source technology platform used to create data visualizations and reports. Project sponsors include OpenText, IBM, and Innovent Solutions.

BIRT consists of several components. The main

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Microsoft Business Intelligence – our reporting roadmap

While each year has seen advances across our product line, this past year’s progress is truly unprecedented. We firmly believe Microsoft now offers the industry’s most complete and modern business intelligence product family – with unmatched breadth and depth.

At first approach, this depth can be overwhelming – how do all the components fit together? Where are things heading in the future? These are frequent questions from our customers and partners.

As we approach the release of SQL Server 2016 it’s a great time to tackle those questions in a definitive blog.

Our goal is simple – we want to put the power of data in the hands of every business and person on the planet. It is our objective to serve over a billion users with the Microsoft business intelligence (BI) platform.

Data is coming at us from every direction. From traditional sources – on-premises enterprise applications and databases.

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BI Tools – Business Intelligence & Analytics Software Reporting

For both analytics and future prediction, data must be organized, compared and otherwise interpreted. The information in itself is not enough.

Though our Metrics and Klips can be used to help with analytics, Klipfolio provides, above all else, a reporting and monitoring tool. We provide real-time information that helps people in a business view what’s happening from moment to moment, with the ability to track metric history and take visual snapshots for reporting.

Potential clients have to understand that – and they have to understand their own needs. That’s why one of the first things we ask potential clients is: “What are you using the information for?” There is a right answer to that question: It’s ‘monitoring’ metrics and KPIs that need to be shared throughout the organization.

Analytics and predictive tools are generally between expensive or complex, and need to be bought and run by a firm’s IT department,

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