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We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The functionality of drag and drop is the most valuable. It is a very user-friendly tool that can be understood easily. My teams also work with other solutions, such as Integration Services, and these solutions are very difficult for people who don't have technical knowledge."
"The product offers very good analytics."
"The most valuable features are the integrated properties and integrated connectivity."
"The product is very stable. The performance is reliable."
"I found the initial setup very easy."
"I like the data vault implementations."
"The most valuable feature is the metadata generated code."
"WhereScape is really helpful in terms of architecture data. Everything is one of automation. Two people can do thousands of tables in one day or two. It saves a lot of time."
"Its price can be improved. It is too expensive for our country. Because of its high price, we can't sell Alteryx Designer in this region. We used to be their reseller partner. There is also an additional cost for automating the data and running the flows, which makes it even more expensive. It will be very good if they can let users automate the data for free. Other solutions like Tableau provide this feature for free."
"The product could offer more connectors and more databases with support for the in-database function."
"If the price were reduced then it would be more competitive."
"The actual usage part of it needs to be explained more. It's too vague right now."
"The solution can be a little more user-friendly on enterprise-level where people use it."
"Customization could be better."
"Project-based searching of data objects in the data warehouse browser needs to be improved."
"Technical support isn't the best."
"It is too expensive for our country. We are a small country, so it is too difficult to sell this solution. With Alteryx Designer, if you want to automate the data and run the flows, you have to pay more money. We were trying to automate the flows, and we found out that people have to pay 600 more for this feature, which makes it even more expensive. We are a partner for Tableau, and we are working with Tableau Prep, which is like a mini Alteryx. In Tableau Prep, you can drag and drop and make new connections with the different data sources. You can make all the connections. You can also publish a source. You don't have to pay more money with Tableau. You pay like $5 per user per month to access it."
"Alteryx is a little bit expensive compared to competing solutions."
"Our company purchased a corporate unlimited license."
WhereScape is data warehouse software that automates the Data Warehouse lifecycle. From implementation to maintenance, WhereScape will ensure your data warehouse projects are completed up to 5x faster than manual coding.
Alteryx Designer is ranked 23rd in Data Integration Tools with 4 reviews while WhereScape RED is ranked 20th in Data Integration Tools with 4 reviews. Alteryx Designer is rated 8.6, while WhereScape RED is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of Alteryx Designer writes "Good analytics and data preparation and easy to set up". On the other hand, the top reviewer of WhereScape RED writes "Quick to set up, flexible, and stable". Alteryx Designer is most compared with Palantir Foundry, Azure Data Factory, SSIS, FME and SAP Data Services, whereas WhereScape RED is most compared with SSIS, Informatica PowerCenter, Azure Data Factory, Matillion ETL and Denodo. See our Alteryx Designer vs. WhereScape RED report.
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