IBM SPSS Modeler Other Solutions Considered

Business75a1
Business Intelligence Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We ended up working directly with an IBM partner, but we also worked with Revelwood and LPA. View full review »
ScottMiller
IT Specialist at a government with 51-200 employees
Jerry Crabb
Director of Engineering at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
I looked at Microsoft and Alpine Data. I also considered SaaS. I chose IBM SPSS because of their experience with the solution, what they brought to bear, and their relationships. * They are established. * Having worked there, I knew the tool, I had used it in prior roles. * The cost models: I prefer to own a solution versus leasing, much like a SaaS solution. This was one of the things that stood out. * I know the product managers for SPSS and where they were heading from a roadmap solution, and it is very much aligned with what I was trying to do. It was this altogether, as well as the price. View full review »
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AltanAtabarut
Founding Partner at Altdata Analytics
I checked out RapidMiner, which is a good alternative. However, SPSS Modeler is more capable and automated. View full review »
Michael Mance
Analyst at a transportation company with 10,001+ employees
We were looking for an ERP system that would help us streamline the whole process. My director reviewed four or five different scenarios and decided on IBM. We did look at other vendors, but I cannot name them as I was not part of the selection process. View full review »
Analyste076
Analyst at American Airlines
For the different teams, people used Tableau, SAS, different applications that are out there. We wanted one that would not just give us the data, but forecast the data and predict the data. View full review »
UnitMana92c0
Unit Manager at a insurance company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Oracle and SAP. SPSS, however, is widely known and widely used in Turkey. University students learn it, so it's easy to find professionals to work with it. View full review »
Charles-Antoine Drouin
Bi Analyst at Health Canada
I was not a part of the contracting and RFP phase. View full review »
Enterpri6260
Enterprise analytics manager at a healthcare company with 10,001+ employees
We looked into SnapLogic, SaaS, and open source. We chose SPSS Modeler because of the drag and drop capabilities and most of our business analysts are non-technical, so this was attractive to them. View full review »
Vpb308
VP at a aerospace/defense firm with 10,001+ employees
We are also interested in Watson Analytics. There is an issue that we are trying to understand because we are in a different industry. We find it quite challenging to transfer the data to the cloud. Therefore, we want to understand if it is possible to do it on-premise. We are trying to investigate this issue. View full review »
ProductMe855
Product Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
Usually open-source solutions. View full review »
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