Birst Networked BI and Analytics eliminates information silos. Decentralized users can augment the enterprise data model virtually, as opposed to physically, without compromising data governance.
A unified semantic layer maintains common definitions and key metrics.
Birst’s two-tier architecture aligns back-end sources with line-of-business or local data. Birst’s Automated Data Refinement extracts data from any source into a unified semantic layer. Users are enabled with self-service analytics through executive dashboards, reporting, visual discovery, mobile tools, and predictive analytics. Birst Open Client Interface also offers integration with Tableau, Excel and R.
Birst goes to market in two primary ways: as a direct sale, for enterprises using Birst on internal data to manage their business; and embedded, for companies who offer analytic products, by embedding and white-labeling Birst capabilities into their products.
Birst’s is packaged in 3 available formats: Platform and per-user fee; by Department or Business Unit; by end-customer (for embedded scenarios).
Looker is a data platform that brings data and business teams together by making it easy for everyone to explore and understand the data that drives business.
Birst is ranked 10th in Embedded BI Tools while Looker is ranked 7th in Embedded BI Tools. Birst is rated 0.0, while Looker is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Birst is most compared with Tableau, Microsoft BI, Amazon QuickSight, Workday Prism Analytics and Alteryx, whereas Looker is most compared with Microsoft BI, Tableau, Google Data Studio, Amazon QuickSight and Qlik Sense.
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