Infogix Data360 Analyze Overview

Infogix Data360 Analyze is the #5 ranked solution in our list of top Data Scrubbing Software. It is most often compared to Azure Data Factory: Infogix Data360 Analyze vs Azure Data Factory

What is Infogix Data360 Analyze?

The most successful businesses have common denominators: maximizing organizational efficiencies, mitigating risk, growing revenue and innovating — fast. Data360 Analyze is the fastest way to aggregate and organize large amounts of data to uncover valuable insights across business units. Easily access, acquire, prepare and analyze quality data with its intuitive browser-based architecture.

Infogix Data360 Analyze Buyer's Guide

Download the Infogix Data360 Analyze Buyer's Guide including reviews and more. Updated: January 2021

Infogix Data360 Analyze Customers
citi, swedbank, RSA, MasterCard, travelers, telstra
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Pricing Advice

What users are saying about Infogix Data360 Analyze pricing:
  • "The open-source version is free to use, although it has a limitation of two-million records."

Infogix Data360 Analyze Reviews

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Data Analytics Consultant at velocity
Top 5Leaderboard
Apr 14, 2020
Easy drag-and-drop interface and supports custom Python functions, but the performance needs to be better

What is our primary use case?

In my previous company, I was a consultant working with this product to provide solutions to our customers. Our clients were dealing primarily with use cases in reconciliation, banking, and finance. There were use cases in hospitality as well.

Pros and Cons

  • "The drag-and-drop functionality makes it easy for business users."
  • "The memory processing needs to be improved because when you deal with a large amount of data, the interface tends to hang a little bit."

What other advice do I have?

My advice for anybody who is considering this solution is that if you are familiar with Python and are open to working with it, then you should go for this product. With the ability to add functions in Python, you have unlimited functionality. However, if you're a business user and you want every function that you can think of, directly built inside the tool, then I would recommend Alteryx instead. The biggest lesson that I have learned while using this solution, coming from a development perspective, is that it takes time to understand. In coding, you are free to do everything that you want…