Board Scalability

BudgetOf6348
Budget Officer at a government with 201-500 employees
I think there's a lot more that we could be doing. Right now it's just really budgets that we're using it for. I'm really interested in learning how we can use BEAM for our revenue forecasting, or revenue predictive analytics; how we use that in a government setting. The tools that we have now are really just Excel. View full review »
Sujata Telang
BI Developer at a healthcare company
I haven't reached my goal yet. I like to give the best. I'm sure there's more at the end. There is more to do always. Although I will say that right now the users are very happy with whatever they have, but I'm sure that technology definitely has more to offer them. I'm sure BOARD will keep on improving in functionality, which will help us also to provide a better experience to the users. So I wouldn't say I have reached any end point yet. View full review »
Rebecca Jackson
Strategy and Performance Analytics Director at a government
I think it is very customizable. For us, it's not a financial and budgeting solution. It's really just based on some performance metrics. We don't have financial forecasting, but if we did we certainly know that we could build that. For us, I feel like that's pretty excellent with BOARD. View full review »
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Bob Gill
Principle Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
No issues. The tool seems to have a lot of ways to handle scaling. It's certainly an enterprise product. It's got a lot of clustering capability and options, depending on the environment. It's a very scalable solution. Like any solution, it needs to be monitored for sizing over the lifetime of the solution. You can imagine it will become used by more and more departments, by more and more users, for more and more purposes. So, managing it and being proactive to understand user growth, data growth, sizing of the environment, accordingly is an important task. View full review »
Rich Wojcik
Director of FPNA at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
We are still a small organization. From my organization, I am very excited about it. That is one of the reasons that I picked BOARD, it would scale. View full review »
SystemCo57f9
System Controller at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
Scalability is very good. We went away from our old system, partly because it had been life-cycled. But we always had issues with the size. We tend to budget at a detailed level, SKU-based, with all the customers. And we ran into limitations on what we could do. Where with BOARD, it seems, we have even expanded what we do, and we're not having any issues with response time and the like. It should be able to satisfy our needs for the coming years. View full review »
Bernie Lucido
Senior Business Analyst at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
It will scale to whatever you need. You just need to find somebody to build the SQL statement and you're all set. View full review »
KenCevolani
BI Developer at a retailer with 201-500 employees
We have not tried to scale it much as we do not have that many users. At the moment, we have around 10 maximum. However, this could change. View full review »
Financia722b
Financial Analyst at a energy/utilities company with 201-500 employees
There are no issues with the scalability. We're a medium sized company. I have worked for larger companies and smaller companies. I think it BOARD is pretty fast as far as data loading and processing. We haven't had any scalability issues. View full review »
FinanceM659d
Finance Manager at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
It has great potential. Right now, we started with just one or two departments, but as we are able to demonstrate the success of what we do, we will be able to get more buy-in from more people. View full review »
Letisia Romero
Financial Analyst at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees
No scalability issues. View full review »
Helen Ong
Sales Operations Specialist at a non-tech company with 11-50 employees
The product should fit our needs in several years. View full review »
Consultac167
Consultant at a financial services firm
I think it's very scalable. Again, that's why we chose it, because I think there are endless possibilities to do more. Right now, we're just using it for FP&A-type functions. But the BI functionality, which is the core business, I think is tremendous. View full review »
Tommaso Chierchia
Senior Consultant at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
It is highly scalable. View full review »
Leeza Mathews
Manager MIS at a healthcare company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The more that we use it in our company, the more other departments are looking to use it. I think it has the ability to keep up with this growth. View full review »
Kit Chan
VP of Professional Services at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
We have not had a chance to scale it up too much. We have had some test cases where we used some existing data to scale it up, but we really have not tested the limits of what it can do. I do not think there will be an issue in the years down the road with what they already have. View full review »
Carlos Artieda
Manager Of Financial Planning And Analysis at a healthcare company with 51-200 employees
We are not nervous about our future with BOARD. We are very confident. View full review »
Michael Tsang
Senior Consultant at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
We're starting with two projects; we expect many more new projects that we're going to partner on with BOARD. View full review »
Consulta6cd5
Consultant at a consultancy
I think it's very scalable. We hardly see the impact on the tool, the CPU, the memory, when the users are connecting through it, through the Web. The Windows client is a different story. It's not scalable at all, so we decided to go with the Web. View full review »
Jonathan Marcer
Business Transformation Manager at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
I think it is scalable. We have small customers, we have large customers. And it seems to go with the growth of the process and the data. We haven't really tested it for large volumes of big data yet. That's what we're exploiting with the new version when it comes. View full review »
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