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LogiXML vs. Data Discovery vendors. Author : Patricia Quigley BI Use Cases Beyond Visualization including: Dashboarding , Reporting, Analysis, Alerting, and Workflow Embeddability : Seamlessly embed reports and dashboards into applications and portals, increasing user adoption

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Logixml vs data discovery vendors

LogiXMLvs. Data Discovery vendors

  • Author: Patricia Quigley

  • BI Use Cases Beyond Visualization including:

    • Dashboarding, Reporting, Analysis, Alerting, and Workflow

  • Embeddability:

    • Seamlessly embed reports and dashboards into applications and portals, increasing user adoption

  • Strong UI integration with other web based applications

  • Support for traditional tabular reporting with ability to export data to PDFs, word documents, etc.

  • Security integration with existing security stores such as Active Directory, LDAP and others

  • Deploy reports/dashboards to large audiences with no user-based license fees. 


Logixml vs microsoft

LogiXML vs. Microsoft

  • Author: Patricia Quigley

  • Development Effort:

    • Unique “Elemental Design” allows you to rapidly build sophisticated BI applications without writing code

  • Unified Platform:

    • Built entirely on a single technology base, not separate products/technologies

  • Data Access:

    • Report on data from any data source or data model

  • Workflow:

    • Completely integrated scheduling, process and alert functionality 

  • Browser Neutrality:

    • Works on any web browser

  • BI Delivery and Interactivity:

    • 100% browser based BI delivery with wide range of interactive charts & reports


Logixml vs dundas xcelsius

LogiXMLvs. Dundas & Xcelsius

Author: Patricia Quigley

Dundas:

  • BI Use Cases beyond dashboarding including:  Reporting, Analysis, Alerting, and Workflow

  • Support for traditional tabular reporting with ability to export data to PDFs, word documents, etc.

    Xcelsius:

  • Deploy reports/dashboards to large audiences with no user-based license fees, highly scalable

    Both:

  • Write-back to operation data stores

  • Connectivity to any data source with realtime data access, no reliance on data warehouse or meta data layer

  • Embeddability: Seamlessly embed reports and dashboards into applications and portals, increasing user adoption

  • Mobile Support –  can be used on a wide variety of mobile devices w/o writing additional code, including iPads, tablets, iPhones, Droids

  • Security integration with existing security stores such as Active Directory, LDAP and others


Inetsoftware

INetSoftware

Author: John Hight

  • I know this company (inetsoftware.de) - have worked with their CEO, TorstenKlose.

    • They started out in the JDBC driver business. 

    • Then grew into BI by targeting Crystal Reports customers with a Java based solution (initially, cleverly named Crystal Clear Reports, now simply i-net Clear Reports). 

    • They now have a .NET version of Clear Reports, as well.

  • Potentially weaknesses

    • They are a relatively, small company. 

      • Less than 20 the last time I spoke with Torsten.

    • When I last checked, they only offer German business hour support via email.

      • But, they are very responsive (based on past experience)

    • If you are talking to a .NET shop, you can throw the reverse FUD that Java shops throw at us

    • They are cheap (https://www.inetsoftware.de/store) .  You buy in the web store on credit card.  

    • They have no real sales team outside of Torsten. 

    • Which could also create a lack of support


Inetsoft

InetSoft

A brief summary: Author Tawnya Johnson

  • Potential Strengths

    • They may be more attractive to Java shops because of the architecture

    • If data integration is required,  they will be stronger than Logi

    • Great self-service capabilities than Ad-Hoc

  • Potential Weaknesses

    • Pricing and Packaging…not just price level but look at all the different components that they offer that you may be forced to buy (see yellow box below)

    • No mobile support

    • Too many different development environments/tools to learn…we just have one…Studio

    • They don’t have an ETL product


Birst swot

BirstSWOT

  • Break Down from a customer call: Author Brett McKinnon

  • Strength

    • Filters for Mulit-Tenant/ Roles etc.

    • Over all look and feel is good

    • Chart interactivity

    • Just received 26M in VC funds

  • Weakness

    • Nothing like the Analysis Grid (or the sales rep got lazy)

    • Flash for mobile reports

  • Pricing Options

    • Concurrent user pricing

    • Named user license

    • Subscription deals in one-year increments, month-to-month


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