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Real User
Decision Support Manager at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
Aug 31 2016

What do you think of QlikView?

Valuable Features I use QlikView to combine data from different sources in the absence of an EDW and build our analytical dashboards. • Improvements to My Organization It allowed us to improve our analytical abilities, and KPI and data presentation, in addition to creating easily accessible what-if scenarios for decision making. • Room for Improvement The security features in QlikView are not yet mature: very complex to define permissions in a dashboard (based on data/sheets). • Use of Solution We have been using QlikView for the past five years. • Deployment Issues QlikView relies heavily on memory. It requires good servers and continuous upgrades and maintenance for sustaining good performance. • Customer Service and Technical Support Technical support is...
Tableau
Real User
Director of Analytics at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Mar 29 2017

What is most valuable?

Tableau Desktop - The product is easy to use, and does not require IT skills. I can create dashboards and connect to databases very easy and quickly.

How has it helped my organization?

We experienced an 80% reduction in the amount of time it takes to prepare reports and dashboards using Tableau. Before that, we had to use Excel spreadsheets and that consumed a lot of time to prepare data monthly. In addition, there was a... more»

What needs improvement?

I’d like to see a better ETL preparation engine.
Microsoft
Consultant
Business Intelligence Analyst & Developer at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Jan 31 2017

What is most valuable?

Since its integration into SQL Server 2005, Microsoft has made a number of improvements and added many new features. It had a big overhaul in 2008 and acquired a bunch of new features with 2008 R2: KPIs, maps, sparklines, new functions, published Report Parts, and more. Let me highlight some of the advanced features that keep people on the platform: *... more»

What needs improvement?

The few things I mention below constitute very strong reasons why Microsoft has essentially abandoned the platform and why I agree with them. * Lack of mobile support. Reports look terrible on mobile screens. They don’t have the ability to redraw themselves as with responsive UIs. Security remains a hassle on mobile because SSRS relies heavily on Active... more»

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