Which BI Tools are Easiest for Non-Technical Users to Use?

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As Big Data is playing an increasingly larger role in decision-making and planning, even on the Executive level, are there certain solutions that are especially easy for non-technical users?

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I regularly attend local Tableau meetups where different users from the community present a particular project. These are often not individuals from a technical background or role, but work within Marketing, Finance, etc.. One of the common themes from those presentations is actually the use of Alteryx for prepping, blending, and or transforming data before it is pulled into Tableau (which is generally necessary to do beforehand, as the ideal state for Tableau is a single data set). While I do have somewhat mixed feelings about Tableau itself as an intuitive user friendly tool, Alteryx seems to be very effective at simplifying the process of combining and transforming data without relying on a full scale BI team and ETL tools that require deeper technical knowledge.

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Hi Orlee, Thought I would comment on this from an Apteco FastStats perspective. The core BASE product is trainable in around a day, and then Advanced training can follow. Whilst this is not totally intuitive, software always ends up striking a balance between intuitive and simple, and software which contains more functionality and underlying complexity. In terms of "Executive" access new components allowing simpler functionality around "slice and dice" or pivoting is possible, and can be generated/refreshed through an Excelsior component. The new "Orbit" functionality will be released in 2017Q1 and is a share facility of analysis "storyboards", a collection of annotable analysis objects e.g. charts, grids, venns, maps etc. This is perfect for read-only consumption for non-tech users.

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