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Domo is a low-code data app solution that uses the power of business intelligence to seamlessly combine all of your data and put it to work across a variety of business workflows. Domo allows users to share customizable dashboards with their clients or partners via embedded built portals, integrated software, or others.

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  • Verified User in Information Technology and ServicesSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
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    5.0

    Starting from fetching data in domo to create actionable KPIs, everything is great in its sense. Upsides can be Data storage and Manipulation tools, Wide range of Connectors to bring in Data from various online platforms, etc I personally don't feel like there can be any downside to such an end to end Business solution providing tool but if I have to give one, it would have been better if it provided a bit more flexibility in creating Cards and Visualizations. #notComplaining One of the Business Problems that Domo through my organization helped solve for one of the global leading manufacturing organization was by helping them to improve their past due receivables by 25% with this BI tool. Other business problems that can be solved by using these tools can be monitoring the progress of each employee and his performance or where he lacks in real time on a daily basis. This and many more things are achievable through this BI Tool. Domo is great at providing actionable KPIs in a true sense which helps Business Organisations track every aspect of their growth or failure in real time.

  • Verified User in Professional Training & CoachingMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Getting up and running in Domo as a marketer was very easy. The plug-and-play for Salesforce, Google Analytics, and Google Ads was immediately useful to me. It makes reporting up really simple when I can just share a dashboard with filters and drill into data immediately, rather than create an entirely new report. Example: Salesforce opportunities older than 30 days > then exclude certain opps by name > then isolate the opps by account owner. Really useful! If you need to bring in lots of data sources, it can get expensive. In my experience, data sources and user licenses are the place where the costs creep up quickly. Business analytics and intelligence felt complex and hard to wrangle before using Domo. We lacked insight into our business in a digestible way. Unique or niche insights were out of reach because of the time it took to build custom reports in Salesforce and other platforms, download spreadsheets, and waste time trying to manipulate data to show what we wanted. Domo took a lot of that burden away and gives us greater insights that are easier to understand.

  • Verified User in Non-Profit Organization ManagementMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    5.0

    Prior to using Domo, our organization had no way of viewing data in a visualized, easy to digest way. Our IT team now can take data from all of our departments to create a snapshot of the customers we're serving by all types of data points such as location, age, race, district, etc. There's definitely a lot of initial set-up with tying in to various systems that you're using to capture data, but with the right implementation, once it's set up it's easier to automate. There is still some manual uploading of spreadsheets for some departments, but again, with templates set up, you do save some time. If you're looking for a way to make your data visually appealing and easier for the average person to digest, Domo is a great tool. You can create all types of charts, graphs, maps etc. We're able to look at the data we have to best serve our community. We look at trends of who we're serving and where, and figure out where the gaps are to devote more time and funding to make sure we're serving the entire county.

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  • Verified User in Marketing and AdvertisingMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)
    Review
    3.0

    Executive Dashboard that once you start connecting is really amazing. The connectors are really the selling point and a really solid piece of software. It's easy to connect even Google Analytics to SAP. Even advanced analytic with the cards is relatively simple. I love how i can pivot the data any which way i would like. Ease of Use and Wide Range of Reports thus gets full marks. First the price point for the technology is too high. 7000 USD per month for just a handful of connectors is way way too high especially since in that price point i can probably hire a couple of people to do the job just as well. It's a Dashboard solution and whilst it does the job well, the value one gains by the data extraction is usually less than the cost of the solution. I have yet to get any WOW! insights from the software. There's no way to get access to the raw data sets either. No Ad-Hoc reporting. It's also a steep learning curve despite their best intentions and support. Domo on day one is hard. I always feel that we're usually ahead of other businesses as far as using Data is concerned in our organization. We had used Qlikview & Tableau before so perhaps the WOW! wasn't there. So with that, I would say that each organization is different and perhaps has a different viewpoint of DOMO. Give it a trial run to see how well it'll work out for you. As a marketing consultancy, we link advertising campaign management across multiple platforms (including traditional) and digital datasets e.g. Analytics & Performance based advertising to our client's internal systems from sales to related KPIs. In short marketing & business reporting.

  • Verified User in SportsSmall-Business(50 or fewer emp.)
    Review
    2.5

    I liked that Domo took great analytic software and combined it with a social network. There are a lot of great things that you can do with the data that it can collect. I like how you can easily share what you create with colleagues and others in your industry. I like that you can see others work and be able to share ideas and create even more content. I didn't like that there was so much information that it was hard to navigate the software. It wasn't as user-friendly and it took quite a while to learn how to find things. Creating graphs was difficult and sometimes easy steps didn't work. There was some data that didn't get transported and it took more time to make sure everything was all there I would take advantage of their resources on how the product works. It is difficult at times to know how to navigate the software and whats the easiest way to complete a project that you want. It is important to make sure that you are using the correct graph for the type of data that you want to display. I used Domo for a Operation and Supply Chain class. We looked through their sample data and was able to use the data that was provided from major companies that use Domo. It was interesting to see the data that was collected and how it can help a company become stronger.

  • Gavin S.Director Of Operations
    Review
    3.0

    Domo is a wonderful tool to be able to collaborate all sorts of data together to be able to come up with some really great and useful information that you can take and turn into actionable steps. The price is pretty steep if you want to use the entire full featured product. I think this would be wonderful if you are a large corporation. But for smaller business it requires work arounds There is a VERY steep Onboarding fee for them to help you set everything up and get up and running. This is necessary I believe to be able to use the product however this can be a pretty tough pill to swallow when considering other business intelligence platforms do not have such a large upfront cost involved with the use of their products. We are able to eliminate many of our old and outdated processes of manually creating Excel sheets here and there.

GetApp
4.3
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  • Colemen W.Hospital & Health Care
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    5.0

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  • Laura R.Religious Institutions
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    5.0

    They have been great, and I had a great experience with their tools. Very intuitive and flexible. The pricing is understandable, considering how many different features you get. You're basically paying for a database as well. I'm not a fan of the way the data is stored though, but it makes sense that they chose to do it that way to get the most $$ from their clients.

  • Sarah B.Nonprofit Organization Management
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    5.0

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  • Matthew S.Retail
    Review
    1.0

    Quite easily the most unethical company I have ever worked with. The sales process was effectively just one large lie where it clearly became obvious that they did not have the # of users for their amazon advertising API connector that they claimed. Accordingly, the agreed POC project completely failed yet their sales/legal team tried to threaten & demand for a 3 year licensing fee. I will, for the rest of my life, always be communicating this experience and will do my best to ensure that everyone knows the nature of Domo's business integrity/ethics. When speaking with our lawyers in Europe, they simply replied "Oh yes, this is Domo. We have seen them do this before. It's how they do business."

  • Anonymous ReviewerComputer Software
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    1.0

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  • Beau K.Higher Education
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    1.0

    My overall experience has been frustrating. Customer service always replies initially, but never again after that. I am also never able to re-log in.

Trustradius
4.6
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  • Ainun NajibHead of Data
    Review
    5.0

    Domo is the only one truly all-in-one platform. For example, at the time of assessment (mid-end 2016), Tableau didn't have alert feature off the shelf, Domo is the only one with powerful mobile apps, no other even come close. Domo not only has alert feature but it's also self-service and supports SMS & mobile app notification. Domo is the only one allowing collaboration with their in-platform chat (Buzz) and seamless sharing. Domo has the most data sources connection supported. Domo's datasets simply works, compared to headache in maintaining Tableau Data Extract for example. Most other products would introduce heavy burden on the databases especially those relying on live queries to work. Domo has the most user-friendly, intuitive and beautiful UI/UX.
    Domo works well for: Centralizing data/insights from disparate variety of data sources. Collaboration between users, including across different departments.Self service analysis, slice & dice, for business users.Sharing of insights within the organization.Discussion on data itself. Every single page & card has dedicated chat channel.Insights consumption on the go. Domo's mobile app is best.Alerts on key metrics. Domo supports alerts into SMS, mobile app notifications, emails.Joining different datasets from various data sources allowing wider perspective on insights. And this is very user friendly for business users to do this themselves.Able to connect to hundreds types of data sources, from databases to web cloud apps.Handling large datasets. Our largest datasets are in the range of hundreds of million rows.Domo doesn't work well for: Live queries analysis. There are many better tools for this purpose, Domo currently requires import of data first before analysis can be done.Ad-hoc exploratory analysis where dataset needed is not yet fixed/clear.Navigating plethora of data. Domo needs to come up with Data Catalog as a feature.Advanced visualizations.
    Centralizing data/insights in a single platform. Domo supports hundreds of connectors for different types of data sources, and once the datasets are in Domo platform, they can be joined and available for slicing and dicing snappily. Self service. Once datasets are in Domo, users having access to that dataset will be able to easily build their own visualization for analysis and monitoring on their own. Users can also connect their own data (e.g. spreadsheets, .csv files) that can then further be joined with the available datasets. Collaboration. The possibility to have discussion *on the data* itself is amazing. Every single dashboard page and chart card has its own chat channel, where people can mention colleagues, attach images & files, both publicly (visible/readable by everyone having access) or privately (only specifically for mentioned users). Alerts, including near real time alerts. Domo allows alerts to be defined by any of the users having access, which can then be shared for others to reuse (subscribe to alert) as well. Domo delivers alerts via SMS, mobile app notification, in-browser notification and email. Powerful for executives who would like to be made aware when certain key metrics changes significantly. Insights on the go. Domo's mobile app is currently unparalleled by others in terms of insight consumption and basic exploration. Beautiful UI & UX. Able to handle large datasets. Our largest datasets are in the range of hundreds of millions records per dataset. In total we have more than 10 billions rows from hundreds of datasets. All in one platform. By pareto 80-20 principle, just by deploying and utilizing Domo well, you will get 80% of your data/insight use cases resolved.
    Support. Granted, most of our needs simply works without the need of support and issues rarely happens. However when it does happen, the response from their support team is painfully slow and it takes long to get through the layers of support teams when the issues are indeed advanced and can't be solved by their first layer of support. Data Catalog. Self service when ungoverned may result in mess. Domo offers great tools to display and manage datasets, pages, cards; however there is no proper Data Catalog that will allow us list and define datasets, pages, metrics, cards to help business users navigate the plethora of data and information in the platform. Real time / live queries. Currently Domo lives & breathes on datasets concept, whereby the snapshot of the data has to be imported into Domo first as datasets. While some other BI/Analytics tools works for live queries. These live query capabilities are needed for real time use cases as well as exploratory analyses. We're currently happy with "near" real time instead, whereby the datasets in Domo is refreshed every 15 minutes (the fastest frequency Domo currently supports).

  • Jesse MauserVice President Data Analytics
    Review
    5.0

    I looked at 20 different BI tools before I chose Domo (even over the tools I was most familiar with). I went with Domo because it was the right fit for the organization I'm at. Every company will have different priorities and needs, but for us I wanted the following: - Cloud - Mobile ready - Light, easy, simple (user friendly) - Collaboration (including direct line to support) - Pre-built connectors into common applications, and templates "domo apps" for common dashboards
    The whole point of Business Intelligence, sometimes referred to as Data Analytics... is to make information available in a way that enables decision makers to make informed decisions. Domo makes consuming that information simple, whether you're at your desk or on a golf course, but the power isn't in being able to open up a metric and look at it, the power is in being able to challenge the data or ask a qualifying question or to have a conversation around the result, with the data, in the report. No extra emails. No extra meetings. The ability to set alerts partnered with the collaboration functionality brings tremendous efficiency and insight and makes it easier than ever to take the guessing game out of the decisions that are being made.
    Ease of use. As a tool it's comfortable, approachable and forgiving. If you have a tool that end users can dive into without fear, and create and think and collaborate, without training, without hand-holding, you quickly realize how rare and important that is. You'll need more licenses than you think because of how fast user adoption is. Speed of implementation. You can go from 0-60 faster than a Tesla. We were up and running in weeks, with live working dashboards sourced from a mixture of external and internal data sets. Sharing and Collaboration. In addition to getting internal departments to collaborate and share insights around their data, we quickly realized how easy it would be to provide analytics to our customers and partners. Everything is in place to setup external secure analytics portals to outside parties, and it's a game changer. Data quality. Remember those days of building exception reports to call out data issues that no one wants to take ownership of? With Domo I ended up with crowd sourced data quality that grew organically from users finding issues, and building cards to highlight those issues. A simple alert to the manager/owner of that upstream process, or to the users names showing up in relation to the issue, have not only helped us shine a light on significant issues, but has resulted in users being aware of the downstream impacts and in some cases enables them to manage their own data quality. Makes for a great segue into those data governance initiatives when you have dashboards showing how dirty or clean your data is.
    It would be helpful if we could filter (using the page analyzer) for the report side variables (beast mode calculations). But it's probably in the works. Being able to use variables in card titles would be useful when we're building cards and dashboards that are dependent on row level security (PDP). Debugging Beast Mode calculations would be super helpful, when you're trying to figure out what's wrong with your statement. Report Scheduling was missing, but it's getting released to everyone in the next week or so.

  • Trevor Schrotz, MBAVice President of Analytics & Technology
    Review
    5.0

    DOMO was a more well-rounded product. The other products we looked at filled specific needs. DOMO was flexible enough to meet largely any data representation need.
    Domo is really well suited to the business world, but I can even see it being used in logistics management, research, government... There are few limitations that we have encountered. If you have a creative mind, you could likely find a useful application of Domo in any environment as it's not limited to any particular industry. If you've got lots of data and need to make some sense of it all, Domo is a great platform to do so.
    DOMO's data output, or cards as their are known, enable for very clear visualizations of information. A manager can into DOMO and quickly see what's going well and what's needs some additional focus. DOMO's data ETL tools are very easy to use. They've got one for hardcore SQL users as well as GUI tools which enable drag-and-drop SQL programming. No matter your level of expertise, both tools are very useful in their own right. DOMO's data warehousing and organization system is concise and easy to use. Everything your company needs can be stored and accessed in one location. DOMO employs data connectors which are pre-built connections that allow companies to quickly connecting to existing data sources such as Quickbooks, Facebook, Box, Salesforce, and many more.
    We were early adopters of DOMO, and they have made some amazing strides forward since our implementation. DOMO is always open to suggestions for improvement. For example, we would like to have a Census data connector to complement the Bureau of Labor Statistics connector that they already have. They put it into the development queue for us. I would like to see DOMO build more DOMO Apps. Currently, these are add-ons to existing accounts, but I think they should be offered as part of the basic platform. Apps enable users to create a picture of multiple data points as they flow together, for example. They are kind of a like a big graphical report or even an infographic that is fully customized to the users' needs.

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  • Verified User
    Review
    4.0

    It's been a few years since we evaluated BI options - Domo was the winner in perceived ease of use and cost, it's held true to that.
    Domo works fantastically for our needs. I've been a "marketing person" with some analytical skills - Domo made it easy for me to almost really be an analyst, maybe even close to a data scientist. It did take a bit of work for me to learn basic SQL and some other things. We're visualizing and analyzing many different types of datasets which is really exciting and senior executives like having one source to find almost anything they're looking for. My recommendation really depends on your needs and skill levels.
    For years, our company president wanted visualize and easily find insights from a dataset that was "previously unanalyzable" due to its complexity and size - we were able to load the data into Domo and provide easy-to-read graphs that drilled into sensible data, this only took a few days of cleaning and building! Google Analytics is relied on by us (like just about everyone else) for website usage. We have several GA profiles, previously we had to manually enter or export key datapoints to visualize all properties on one graph. By easily setting up imports to Domo we can now see trends across all of our websites (in different GA properties) on one graph (it sounds small, but was very impactful) Domo also has enabled us to query and easily report on some detailed usage that would previously have been several manual steps and quite cumbersome within GA directly. We (of course) would like our sales field to focus on selling, and they aren't always great at numbers and reports - we've been able to create super easy to use reports that our field can use on mobile or desktop for an at a glance look to better manage and optimize their sales opportunities.
    When changing cards from one dataset to another any beast modes are not carried over, it would often make life easier if there was an easier way to copy beast mode calculations from one dataset to another. Domo documentation, university and Dojo are extremely helpful when we run into problems. However, when support beyond that is needed their help desk seems to have a hefty backlog - the amount of time to resolve tickets is frustrating sometimes.

  • Verified User
    Review
    4.0

    Domo is more suited for creating visualizations for executives, and usually they tend to be high level data visualizations. In this sense, it is not the most powerful tools for deep dive analysis, but it is intuitive and fast. Especially if your end users will access your dashboards using a mobile phone.
    Well suited: Domo is well suited if your company is trying to be more data-centric and it is pushing this idea to executive levels. Domo apps make easy for executives to visualize and have the information needed on-the-go. I'd also argue that it is suitable for smaller companies trying to use a single tool for data analysis. Less appropriate: If you are trying to have a versatile and powerful tool for data analysis and analytics. Domo doesn't include more sophisticated data science models, or the robust visualizations of Power BI. Also, I'd argue that is not very appropriate for big organizations, since they tend to go to the bigger names (Microsoft or Tableau).
    Connectivity: Domo can easily connect to most databases and data sources. They have a team that would help with your data connection, in case you need it. Speed: In comparison to other tools, Domo is reasonably fast. Of course, this will depend on a lot of things: the amount of data you are working on and your internet speed, since Domo is cloud based. User friendly: Domo is fairly easy to use. And you can access most of the data you want easily. Mobile: Domo is a great tool for mobile purposes. Their apps for data visualization are top notch!
    Access to all parts of the data: We needed to use SQL for certain types of queries, and that was a pain point since one a few consultants were proficient in SQL. It would have been awesome if all the data was accessible with just a few clicks. Machine learning: They are still a lit bit behind on integrating Machine Learning and AI models easily in their tool. Not for everyone: your company might already have another data visualization being used, so using another one might be a burden in terms of cost and making employees learn a new tool.

  • David Hills Hubspot Specialist & Analyst
    Review
    3.5

    I have never used Tableau, but I've spoken with colleagues who have used it. Tableau is good and probably a better experience for the report builder, but I know my executive team is satisfied with it and it does make it easy for them see how the company is performing as a whole.
    Domo is great when you want to see lots of values historically or see data you can see natively in a platform. As I mentioned earlier, Domo is the only way our Marketing and Sales teams can see when their emails were opened and compare the send time - this is an example of data I can't see natively.
    Connecting Data - Domo has a variety of connector, including Google Sheets, so practically all data can be inputted and correlated across a company. Visualization - Domo has the ability to create a number of visualizations. Calculated Metrics - In Domo you can create your own metrics using existing ones and manipulating them with formulas. Intuitive ETL's - Domo's ETL function is pretty straightforward and easy to learn. I personally think the layout it fun to use sometimes.
    Copying Reports - In Excel or Google Sheets, I like to make copies of similar reports and modify them as necessary for users. In Domo, makes copies of reports (called cards) but all copies are connected. So if you adjust the copy, it changes the original. This means a user has to recreate the report from scratch and then adjust it. Unforgiving SQL - Domo does allow users to write their own SQL codes, which is great. However, Domo's SQL code is pickier than the other SQL database I've used (Metabase). Text Alerts - Domo's alerts aren't always the smartest. Some of my dashboards are about the sales teams monthly performance and I get notified when there is a change of more than 20%. I always get notified at the start of the month that reports have changed from 'x' number to zero. This is expected because it's a monthly report and I hate getting texts about it. The only reason I don't term them off so I can be aware if something breaks in the middle of the month.

Capterra
4.3
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  • Akshika V.iOS Developer
    Review
    4.0

    It assists us in seeing what is buried beneath the data. You are aware that not every data can be seen in an excel sheet. It eliminates the need to manually pull and enter all of our data, which is time-consuming. It also allows us to visualise and alter our data in ways that were previously impossible. It offers just remarkable analytical capabilities that have helped us to better leverage all of the organization's data to make choices, particularly commercial and financial ones.
    Every function is quite simple to use, but if you don't know how to utilise it, they provide fantastic knowledge-based publications. Domo enables us to create really well-designed dashboards that present data from numerous sources fast and effortlessly. When it comes to analytical skills, it is also a potent tool with an excellent report generator. Increases visibility into performance. It provides several chart kinds that are categorised based on the requirements. The best thing is that it generates an auto chart utilising multiple dimensions and measurements.
    When an issue happens on the SQL side, I notice it, but I'd need additional information about it. Sometimes a single statement isn't enough to explain what's wrong with the SQL. The colours are terrible, and the graphs and other elements aren't as easy to use as Power BI or other tools. The only thing that may be enhanced is the graphical tools; otherwise, it is wonderful and works well.

  • Laura R.Database Engineer
    Review
    5.0

    They have been great, and I had a great experience with their tools. Very intuitive and flexible. The pricing is understandable, considering how many different features you get. You're basically paying for a database as well. I'm not a fan of the way the data is stored though, but it makes sense that they chose to do it that way to get the most $$ from their clients.
    Tableau was getting slow because we had bigger datasets to analyze. We also needed more connectors.
    It's pretty intuitive, and there is plenty of resources available (Domo University + Customer Service) for the parts that aren't as intuitive. Implementation was seamless because they offered us as much help as possible to set it all up the way it needed to be for our business structure. We also liked that this tool had many connectors that are relatively easy to use.
    It's a bit more on the expensive side. And it can get more expensive than originally planned, because of the cap they have on rows. I wasn't a fan of having to be charged for the original rows coming through and then being charged for the same rows after being transformed. There is a way to not have to create a second dataset and be charged, but for the most part, it's a needed step.

  • Brock J.Account executive
    Review
    5.0

    Overall, Domo had played a significant role in helping us report accurate metrics and trends. Our main CRM makes us take multiple steps to find certain metrics. Whereas domo can give us the reports we need with the accurate data in an insightful and helpful way.
    The main reason why we implemented domo was to get more detailed (and inherently accurate) data. It's giving us insights that's helping to provide correct coaching for reps, that we couldnt get normally with our standard CRM. If I could pick one thing though that we love domo for, it's the ability and ease of use to track trends over time. Being able to see changes in things that go month over month (and even year after year) helps us make informed decisions that are in the best interest of our company and sales teams.
    As with a lot of analytics software, the strengths can also be a weakness. Sometimes, there's so many different ways to access/create the same data or reports, that it can become overwhelming. That being said, most of the people that would use or purchase this software are likely looking for those in-depth types of analytics. So I wouldn't classify this as a con, but if there is one thing that frustrates me, that's it.

  • Verified Reviewer
    Review
    5.0

    Zoho only offered limites features compared to Domo and didn't cover all of our uses cases. Furthermore, it required a lot of manual work for updating data as well as getting in data.
    Domo enables as to give a live 360 degree view on our business and makes data accessible and visible to everyone in the company. It's not just about visualization of KPIs and other data. You can take the data and turn it into actionable steps. Furthermore, the existing integrations that are available makes it easy to have all our data available in Domo and combine them. You can still see the start-up mentality and the new features and the speed that they deliver new features and product improvements is amazing. For us Domo is so much more than just about data - we have it part of our product development process and have a lot of operational processes built on data transformations that we built in Domo.
    DOMO is very costly compared to other BI tools, especially when you want to have separate user accounts for each user and do not share accounts among users. Other than that Domo worked already most of the cons that I had in the beginning.

  • Cole G.Director Of Strategic Partnerships & Key Accounts
    Review
    5.0

    We can see analytics we could never see before. We can understand our business in a way we never could before. We honestly don't know what we'd do without Domo at this point. It's fantastic.
    We were originally looking for dashboard software. Something like Geckoboard, but we wanted something more advanced. We were using multiple tools, and wanted to collect data from them. We then found Domo. Within days we had integrated our CRM database, Website Analytics, Invoicing database, and Order Processing database. This let us take a look at EVERYTHING. And I mean everything. Things like: What's the average time between receiving a lead and the rep calling them the first time? What's the average time between a customer ordering, and reordering? How many calls have my reps made today? (Updated every 15 minutes!) What landing pages on my website are receiving the most looks? How are my google analytic campaigns translating into converted customers?
    It's pricey, but worth it. The biggest thing was the last update they had screwed up some of my reports, and we're still trying to figure out what happened.

  • Mark S.Director of Applications
    Review
    5.0

    Our organization implemented DOMO for our business intelligence tool about 6 months ago and we have been very pleased with our experience so far. We now have the ability to see several data sets in one place, which has vastly improved our reporting. DOMO has API's for all of our core applications, which includes Microsoft Dynamics CRM, ClickDimensions marketing platform, Google Adwords, and other SQL-based applications. Although it is expensive, we have experienced a lot of benefits from DOMO.
    DOMO has API's for just about any application out there, so it is very easy to integrate other applications to DOMO. It is fairly easy to build dashboards and connect your data. It doesn't require any advanced coding skills to use. Our data is easily transformed to fit exactly what we need, which has been a significant benefit for our business intelligence.
    DOMO is very costly compared to other business intelligence tools. That is the biggest drawback to DOMO. However, this cost has been worth it for us so far because our reporting has vastly improved.