QueryIO Room for Improvement

Marco Reyes
Manager of Process & Systems / Solutions Architect / BI Developer at HENKEL FRANCE
Data cleansing is not intuitive and user-friendly. When things have errors, you have to hunt them down as opposed to the solution simply showing you intuitively where to find it. I would recommend that they look at that Tableau Prep tool and see how it is pieced together. That's a great data cleansing tool. If Microsoft has something like that, then we wouldn't even have to look at some of the other options. There needs to be some simplification of the user interface. Right now it's too complicated. There isn't a way to put controls on the solution, so anyone can use any part of it, and sometimes novices will go and try to create things, but not know enough about what is official and what is published. It would be ideal if we could segment off certain sections so that not everyone had access to the whole solution. I'd like to see something more of a mapping tool so that you could see how the reports are connected, similar to Tableau Prep and Naim. That would make for a pretty useful diagnostics check. People would be better able to understand the linkage between your datasets. It would be nice if the solution offered some templates. It would make it even more plug and play, and give people a good jumping-off point. After that, they could explore other bells and whistles as they get further into understanding the solution. The solution should work in some virtualization. It would be a good added feature. If this product had those things then I wouldn't need to use other products. View full review »
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