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  • Michelle S.Business Intelligence Analyst III
    Review
    5.0

    My favorite part of Dundas is how user friendly the application is. The system is clean, clear and flexible to the user building out the reports and dashboards to the end users. Another plus with Dundas is how easy it is to share and collaborate with others. Also important, the customer service and training can't be beat. Customer service is only an email or call away and have always been friendly and they make sure you get an answer. Their user forums have so many helpful tips and tricks. If you get stuck, you can definitely find the answer. There are no complaints here! Our company is fairly new to Dundas and we have not met a project Dundas cannot support us on. Our goal is to end use of all other tools and move only to Dundas for our weekly, monthly and yearly reporting and dashboard needs and become our main reporting tool. We still have lots to learn and know we will be fully up and running sooner than later. Review all the features and benefits. Review the cost. We reviewed several companies and determined Dundas was the best fit for us due to the features and benefits that the software and company provide. Take time to make your decision and know the Dundas is a great choice for sure! So far we have been able to use Dundas to help with identifying quality and productivity issues and successes. A benefit I love is how much customization you can add to the tool and use across departments and reports. Being able to share objects and resources across projects will save so much time. The benefits are endless at this point!

  • Anthony R.Senior Java Developer
    Review
    4.5

    For the following reasons, I support Dunda BI: On each device, you can connect, communicate and analyze data. You'll have a better understanding of data and be able to solve real-world business problems. Any data can be viewed and analyzed in real-time to help you make data-driven decisions that drive results. It can be difficult to classify data at times. I would like to see in Dundas BI, the option to select a visualization and see what filters are associated with it. I would like to see a 3D spreadsheet or graph included in Dundas BI. For the following reasons, I support Dunda BI: On each device, you can connect, communicate and analyze data. You'll have a better understanding of data and be able to solve real-world business problems. Any data can be viewed and analyzed in real-time to help you make data-driven decisions that drive results. To access business intelligence from any location. Create relevant and actionable content, perform self-service analytics, and customize reports. Visualizations can be used to build and customize dashboards and reports. Using design tools, you can personalize and professionalize dashboards. To get a complete picture of your data, you can create drills, interactive dashboards, and detailed reports. You can create any type of business intelligence report, including multi-page reports and ad hoc reports, that your business requires.

  • Hady R.Software Engineer
    Review
    4.5

    I like Dundas BI, it allows you to connect and interact with any data source on any device. Provides financial reporting, human resources, sales, marketing, and supply chain management. Enable interactive dashboards through data warehousing, ETL techniques, and more chart and layout customization. You can use autosave to avoid losing your work and pick up where you left off. For larger data sets, exporting to Excel with Dundas BI is a bit slow. The technical support might be improved. I'd like Dundas BI to shorten the time it takes to implement specific choices. Recomendaciones For customizing and matching certain APIs to meet your operational needs, Dunda BI is preferred. By collecting data from many sources and creating intuitive data visualizations, you can evaluate data patterns and forecasts. Using historical data and detecting trends. You can make more informed business decisions based on data and implement best practices. You can generate your reports, run ad-hoc queries, and analyze/drill down your data and performance indicators. It can connect and integrate with any data source in real-time and on any device. They can create and monitor dashboards and reports on all their devices, including desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones.

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  • Heather W.Yoga Instructor
    Review
    4.0

    I really love the learning experience through Dundas. They have multiple different pathways and modes of communication available to communicate with Dundas staff as well as other Dundas BI developers and users. There is a ton of documentation out there especially considering it's smaller then some of the BI companies out there, and they continually update and add to their documentation, respond to questions and feedback the users have, and are always trying to make the experience of using their tool more friendly. Some of the "pathways" between different projects in Dundas are not completely clear. When exporting to prod we've had some problems with this. Also, it would be nice if it were a bit easier to collaborate on a project with another developer without worrying about the changes. Even though there is a revision history, I would like even more features for this, and flexibility in merging different dashboards. Dundas is a very flexible tool, so it really can be used in so many ways and can be a little overwhelming. I try to make my workflow so that it lets me learn about specific areas a little bit more all the time. Don't be afraid to learn something you don't know how to do. Try out different languages you haven't worked with before. Access the Dundas cube often - reading even material in there that I just didn't quite yet understand helped me access a lot of information at different points. I believe working in Dundas is a constant learning process, and using google, the Dundas documentation, and trying out every are of Dundas has been so helpful to me. Dundas BI has definitely cut back on time it takes to access data and offered people more empowerement with their reporting. We are very excited to use Dundas to help change the culture of our organization - the concept of such customizable, accesible, and self service BI has started to make more and more people think about what their data is being used for, and try to understand KPIS and even things as seemingly simple as asking questions in ways that are more useful to us from a data tracking standpoint.

  • David R.Executive Assistant
    Review
    3.5

    Dundas BI is an excellent platform, I have the ability to easily change existing panels. It also allows me to obtain a variety of default connectors for different media which I can access distant data more quickly. It's great, it offers me a library of visual components and I can create panels of good presence. This tool is excellent I have the facility to develop and manage reports. I would like to have a Linux installation support, it would be ideal to improve on this point. Also as for the documentation I would like it to be more explicit about the JavaScript API. It makes me a bit difficult because the predictive analysis is not carried out, and I have to make the trend data directly, it would be nice to improve this function. I may find it a bit complex with regard to flexibility, it would be great to improve, to get better services. It is a platform that integrates perfectly into commercial applications. It also facilitates real-time visual access. And it presents us with an analysis regarding data, information, excellent results and very vertiginous knowledge. It's great, it contains an administration through the web interface. It provides us in an extraordinary way, a live connection to external data. Dundas BI easy to implement and use, multifunctional tool ready to be used in any scenario. Extraordinary tool, we implement it in our company and mainly use it in all departments. It also offers us to visualize data and subtract it effectively to obtain good information. It is ideal, we usually use it to create reports and templates to BI measures for our clients. Excellent, it generates data export as, well formatted, summaries among others. It is extraordinary for our company because it has increased our marketing time to create control panels.

  • Danny T.Sr. Manager of IT & Vendor Services
    Review
    4.0

    I like the thought process behind the design of the software, and how well it can be intregrated & customized. There are quite a few different solutions that we went through & Dundas seemed to offer comparative features to everything out there, including some of the bigger boys. When we started looking at the pricing options, it became clear that Dundas was in a much better price range than it's competitors. You may lose a few bells & whistles, but I'd bet that anything in those softwares can be recreated in Dundas through some customization. Start-up was harder than I would have liked. Technically background may play a more key role here, but some of the stuff isn't quite as out of the box as we thought it would be. Learning some new techniques have helped refine some of those edges out though. We had some missteps with some of the terms of our subscription, but Dundas worked through them with us to find acceptable solutions. Early on some of the advice had directed us down some paths that helped us with our immediate concerns, but ended up needing to be redone for future changes. I'm not sure I can entirely give blame to Dundas for that, but I do think some communication about how certain things limited us would have been helpful. You may want to consider hiring a consultant to help get this set-up, unless you have developers on-staff familiar w/ web applications. We are looking for a way to display data to our customers, in a more interactive way than the flat pages we send them now. Right now, we just send lots of flat reports, that have no interaction or are likely unreviewed by our customers. Dundas will hopefully give us a more trackable, interactive & much more eye catching way to do some of those things.

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  • Jacob W.Information Technology and Services
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    5.0

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  • Derek S.Health, Wellness and Fitness
    Review
    5.0

    Overall I have really enjoyed my time working in Dundas BI. I have worked in a few other visualization products and haven't been able to accomplish the same things that we've accomplished in Dundas BI. I can't stress enough how flexible and customizable the product really is. The customer service is always responsive and helpful and the Dundas community forum is there to help answer questions too.

  • Renford joseph D.Retail
    Review
    5.0

    Have always been a reliable solution to understand our business trends.

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  • eldad h.Telecommunications
    Review
    3.0

    when you are dealing with a small company one would expect better customer experience, well forget it

  • Cameron T.Utilities
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    3.0

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  • DANNY T.Management Consulting
    Review
    3.0

    Overall, the product is working as intended. Like anything else, as you get more comfortable with it & start to learn the quirks it becomes a little like second nature.

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  • Verified User
    Review
    5.0

    We evaluated Tableau as an alternative to Dundas BI during our product selection process. Tableau, arguably a market leader in this space, fell short in a number of key areas. We were not impressed with the extensibility and scalability of the Tableau product. In contrast, Dundas BI demonstrated that it could scale further with similar hardware resources and provided almost limitless extensibility.
    Dundas BI is well suited for anyone who needs a comprehensive BI platform or embedded BI within an existing web/Intranet application. The only scenario where it might not be appropriate is if your company is using older browsers (<IE10) and is unable to upgrade its user base company-wide to a modern browser.
    Integration - Dundas BI has an extensive API that allows for almost limitless flexibility. The available APIs include .NET, JavaScript, and REST APIs. By leveraging the API functionality and standard web development tools like jQuery and CSS the application is extremely easy to customize. Need to include a bootstrap menu or component within your dashboard? Add the bootstrap CSS and insert the necessary HTML in the page. The HTML5-based nature of the application makes it super easy to work with. Load balancing - Load balancing is included right out of the box with Dundas BI. Installing a secondary instance and connecting it to your existing Dundas BI database is a simple 10 minute task. Dundas has done a great job here with making installing and managing multiple instances very straightforward. Mobile - Dundas BI has outstanding mobile support out of the box. Again, the HTML5 based nature of the tool makes easy work of creating resizable dashboards/components that work on a wide variety of devices and screen resolutions. Obviously, touch-based events are also supported. Data Connectivity - Dundas BI includes a wide variety of data connectors out of the box. However, you're also free to create your own data provider using the Dundas BI API if needed. Platform - Dundas BI represents a comprehensive BI platform in a single package. It is not just a visualization tool. While we are leveraging SSAS as our primary data source, Dundas has included a built in OLAP engine within the product for companies who wish to implement everything within the platform. The inclusion of R server integration is a nice added bonus.
    Product Maturity - Dundas BI is still a relatively new product on the market--recently releasing their second major version. There is the occasional unexpected behavior or feature that seems to be missing/incomplete. Dundas support is very responsive with these items and tends to release several minor updates between major releases to remedy these issues. Documentation - Again, this is a maturity discussion. Dundas is doing a great job adding new content to their support site. However, they still have some progress to make in this area. User Community - Dundas does not have an interactive user community that I am aware of. A product of this scale almost demands a forum or similar platform to allow users to collaborate, share code 'snippets' and generally show off what can be done with the product.

  • Andy CaritaManager - Business Intelligence & Data Architecture
    Review
    5.0

    We were a user of Dundas Dashboard previously. We had explored other tools, but we ended up upgrading to Dundas BI because of the HTML 5 compliance (no more Silverlight requirement), ease of use and time to market. The other tools could do the job, but they were not as flexible as Dundas BI. We needed something that could not only perform well as a dashboard tool, but also serve as the primary navigation for some of our apps.
    Dundas BI does great when you need to visualize lots of data. The ability to add filters, charts, tables makes displaying data easy. By using layers, you can create as many pages as you need, with the interactions to flip between those layers without writing any code. I think where we may not need to use Dundas BI is when someone requests a data dump or Excel style report or just a table filled with data without the need for visuals. While Dundas BI can handle this with no issues, sometimes it's easier to send an Excel sheet as a one off data dump and turn it into a dashboard if that data is needed more often.
    Data Connectors: Dundas BI can connect natively to SQL (relational and OLAP/Tabular), SharePoint, Excel, and a slew of others. The system is flexible enough to allow a user to create their own data connector not available out of the box Visualizations and Interactions: The standard visualizations do a great job of helping us tell a story with our data. Bar chart, pie charts, watefalls, pareto charts, etc., are all simple to set up with the ease of drag and drop. Likewise, the wizards for creating interactions on charts is great. More advanced customizations and interactions can be accomplished via script. HTML5: Dundas BI is based on HTML5, so it will work in any browser. SharePoint/webapp integration: With the use of a web part, dashboards can be embedded within a SharePoint page. We can also take a dashboard we create and embed it in a custom web application.
    The interface, while very nice, can be confusing to a new user. It takes a little getting used to, although I'm not sure I have any suggestions on making it better.

  • Mohammad KhaliliProfessional Services Manager
    Review
    5.0

    I selected Dundas BI to be our preferred partner since we saw that it the most flexible tool that allows our customers to design their dashboards in they way that they are not restricted in their development process.
    Dundas BI is suitable in cases where you are looking for the best dashboard designs and look and feel. You can build Dundas BI as an internal website that is the same as the other process assets inside the organization like Sharepoint or the organization's website colors and designs. Dundas BI is less appropriate if you want to use the tool as pure data analysis tool specially for non IT people.
    Flexibility, I always tell my customers that you don't need to harm your brain in thinking how to do it in Dundas BI, you just need to think what to do. the tool is so flexible with open API and depending on common programming languages like .Net, JS and HTML5. you can do what ever you want. Single Experience, you don't need to have multiple interfaces for multiple devices like desktop or mobile, whatever you see in the desktop you will see the same in the mobile. sometime it is great to connect to Dundas through the mobile and complete the design of your dashboards. Friendly Tool: unlike other tools, Dundas was designed in attractive way that brain can accept it from first view, with little training or by watching the videos on Dundas website, you can start designing your work. Responsive design: latest version of Dundas BI (V3) allows you to design one dashboard that it applicable on all devices. Easy to install, and easier to upgrade to latest versions. one install file from Dundas website is enough to install the tool with minimum requirement.
    Supporting large subsets of data like million of records, even the in-Memory analysis is there, but I believe that the tool is running slowly once you run dashboard with millions of records. Out of the box support for social media data sources like facebook, Twitter even they are available on other websites. Enahance the support for big data connections.

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  • Verified User
    Review
    4.5

    I have evaluated 3-4 different Dashboard products, Dundas being one of them, Dundas is better because of the way it allows the user to be in control. Dundas is revolutionizing statistical data visualization with the ability of portfolio creation, giving the dashboard a really cool feel. any kind of dashboard is possible because Dundas allows the user to create broad colour schemes.OFC if mathematical specialist functionality is needed there are still statistical moguls such as Mathlab and Minitab to contend with.
    Dundas can mine anything, Excel, SQL, MYSQL, ORACLE, MICROSOFT SQL etc.. It is a very good dashboard software, the best on the market, it is appropriate for statistical representation of all types of data. SQL Data Cubes are great because Dundas allows seasoned SQL veterans to write their own SQL queries and create their own structures. Dundas empowers the user and the organization to create a wonderful means of visualizing statistical data.
    Dundas BI, offers the ability to create Manual SQL statements, this is very good because the user is in full control of what data is visualized, the SQL statements are used to filter and create structures called Data Cubes. These Data Cubes then form the basis for the graphical statistical UI's. Dundas has great support guys, they will assist you with good explanations, and when all else fails, they offer Citrix (webex) sessions, where you and one of their expert support staff share screens and they take hold of your mouse through remote access and help assist you with whatever the issue may be. I have always been helped by them, they are friendly, understanding and always willing to go the extra mile to assist their customers. Dundas BI 2.5, is great because it runs in HTML, the HTML version allows users to embed the dashboard securely and easily. BI runs using JavaScript scripts, they are easy to learn as well as powerful.
    Consider publishing a book, filled with a say 4 week course, from the ground up, no SQL for beginners that can be done on www.w3schools.com, but detailed step by step scenarios, using a readily available database. with all script mechanics and tutorials structured in a self learning style. I am always keen to have more step by step examples, members of the Dundas community should all host a forum similar to sourceforge.com (where there are a number of people using Dundas and helping other users debug their dashes). Explanation of limitations, understanding what is possible and what isn't. it would be nice to have better debugging for the scripts. Better menu control in the BI 2.5 interface, the old 5.0 GUI was slightly better for development purposes, but 2.5 is faster and more ductile, so its a 2 way knife edge on this one. FAQ's page, more detail, loads of queries, examples, support.

  • Mark JosephsonSenior Business Analyst
    Review
    4.0

    Dundas BI offers a high level of visual customization in the dashboards if required (through CSS, JavaScript, HTML) as well data customization (C#) in the data cubes. We are an organization that believes in doing as much as possible for ourselves and not replying on contractors. We already have an available pool of talent in the above mentioned technologies so we knew we would be able to get a lot done no matter what we wanted to do without having to hire consultants. Most of the other products we evaluated were not as straightforward in their customization or did not offer all of the customization options that Dundas BI does.
    Dundas BI excels at aggregating granular data across different time hierarchies (Hour > Day > Month > Etc.) and custom data element (Person A > Group X > Division Z > Company ACME) hierarchies. The only place we have found that Dundas BI struggles is with data that is frequently updating in real time (i.e. telemetry that updates ever 1-2 seconds). But for displaying historical and even semi-real time (updated every 30 seconds) it is a great tool with low barriers to entry from a financial perspective and a learning curve perspective.
    It is extremely customizable through the use of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS if required. Very easy to start using for non-power users. With a friendly interface. Data Cubes make further data cleanup/crunching/merging easy for non-DBAs.
    Some default formatting is tedious to remove if it does not fit into your overall aesthetic. Data Cubes are very powerful, but require a little but of knowledge of data structures. Not ideal for real-time data display.

  • Mat King, MBA, PMPBusiness Software Support and Development (BSSD) Manager
    Review
    3.5

    Dundas BI stacks up well in functionality with all contenders that where evaluated. Where Dundas BI really provided value was with taking the level of functionality with the license structure. This pushes the value structure squarely toward Dundas BI.
    Dundas BI is well suited for dashboarding of information that is kept in a logical way. Dundas BI wants to push as much of the data work down to the data source as possible. Dundas BI can do some amazing things once the data is within its own data cubes, however the more complex the data the slower these functions can become.
    Dundas BI provides a user interface that is both powerful and user friendly. You are able to quickly pull data out for consumption, and with more effort provide a very polished and professional presentation of the data. Dundas the company is vested in the successful deployment of the platform and has been exceptional in their support and involvement of our implementation. Dundas BI is very flexible in allowing connections to most any data source, and provides the ability to script data transformations as part of the data cubes.
    Dundas BI can be intimidating to initial users. There are a lot of options which make the platform very flexible, which can also make some of the features difficult to implement correctly. While you don't need to be a BI expert to get information from Dundas, you do need to speak "Dundas" to build the more complex dashboards. The Dundas BI interface can be non-intuitive at times, and some tasks which should be very simple may require contacting support to find the correct way to perform them.

Capterra
4.5
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  • Verified Reviewer
    Review
    5.0

    The Creation GUI is very quirky, but the results are well worth putting up with it. I have never had an idea that I could not eventually create (sometimes, some java script is needed). The fact that they expose all of their API tools to the end user is amazing, and allows you to create some awesome things.
    - *Security*: Power BI forces you to host your warehoused data on their cloud service if you want multiple users to access it. Dundas BI keeps your data on-site. - *Live Updates*: Power BI required the data to be warehoused, and the refresh time's granularity was in units of 10 minutes. Dundas BI displays current data from your data sources every time you trigger a refresh (such as changing a filter on the dashboard) or can be set to automatically refresh with a granularity of 1 second. - *Visual Appeal*: The charts from Dundas BI look much better, and changes are animated (by default). - *Documentation*: Dundas BI has very good EASY TO FIND documentation for 95% of the things you will want to do, as for the other 5%- their support staff can help you out. Power BI on the other hand requires either taking a class you pay for- or many hours of scouring message boards. Their documentation is very incomplete and sometimes even wrong.
    - Support team is very helpful with basic use cases. - After a dashboard has been created, it looks great and works well for the end user. - People with zero programming experience are able to create dashboards.
    (All very minor things, which might be addressed in future updates) - Data cube creation, metric sets, and dashboards must be created using their GUI- they cannot be generated using scripts or edited as script. - You cannot copy and paste sections of one dashboard or datacube to another. - Data cube nodes cannot be copied. - All programming scripts are stored in an sql database, which means you cannot use version control systems (such as Git Hub).

  • John-Arne S.Solution architect and operation support
    Review
    3.0

    Dundas BI is a very good contender in the BI segment and has great potential. At the moment it is a tool for developers proficient with JavaScript and not recommended for end users. There are great potential with DBI. Unfortunately v4 got the wrong focus on non-essential upgrades thus put the bar high for version 5. To compete with Power BI, Tableau and QlikView DBI need much improvement on user-friendliness. If DBI can be really improved on administration and formatting and keeping the flexibility it will surpass most of it's competitors.
    Relatively easy to get started and creating visualizations and dashboards. The scorecard, which is a kind of repeating panel is brilliant and undervalued. The report is a great addition which makes DBI an all-in-one BI tool. Dashboard layers and pop-ups enhances the experience. Data driven notification adds to a useful experience. ETL cube with data warehouse has powerful transformations and much capabilities. The open API with JavaScript makes it flexible beyond expectations.
    Project and file and content management is amongst the worst in class! This need to be completely changed in v5! It's a frustrating experience to organize content. Auto save is okay, but need to be able to decide where. Check in /out is over-used and add frustration to developing dashboards. Poor cube management; need option to process multiple cubes and have incremential processing as option. Need an equation writer for those who is not proficient in JavaScript. Need more formulas for metric sets. Hidden metric sets in dashboards are a bad idea. Properties tab need complete re-organization.

  • Aditya D.Sr.Application Developer
    Review
    4.0

    Overall the experience is mixed but I would say when you compare it with its peers and when you look at the cost and other factors like features which the tool provides it is very useful and can be considered for your BI and reporting. It supports almost all the features of a basic BI tool.
    Dundas is a powerful BI tool . We have migrated our reports to Dundas . It has powerful Dash boarding capabilities. I personally like layering feature in dashboard, it makes life easier to show hide stuffs. Also the exporting feature to PPT and PDF is also helpful for our users to present the dashboard to their up-line team. It is also cost effective as compared to the other major players/tools in the BI space. Security feature using custom attribute is also a very useful and powerful feature.
    I believe we have limited support material available online for Dundas in the web. We have to rely only on the cube community or the support team of Dundas which sometimes make life difficult if you are stuck. We also struggled to build or Cube in the form of star schema model which is basic for any warehousing / BI requirement and we could not figure out a way as the cube brings everything in a form of process result which is ONE de-normalized table and star schema model fails in that approach.

  • Colin M.Manager, Business Analytics
    Review
    5.0

    There are so many features to this software that we learn new tricks every time we work with it, but you don't have to learn everything to start providing value to your customers. We are well ahead of schedule at moving from our old visualizations to new Dashboard and reports in Dundas. A definite productivity booster for the costly Business Analytics group and BI in general.
    We're moving from a SSIS, SSRS, Datazen and Excel, very manual process over to Dundas BI (DBI) and we are daily amazed at how much we can do so quickly in DBI. The ETL process is very quick so creating the data cubes isn't rocket science. Once created a cube can be used immediately to begin providing very high-quality visualization to customers, or super users in analytics-heavy departments can start creating their own visualization for their members. Setting up users is as easy as typing in their name and setting permissions is fairly intuitive, so it only takes a few minutes.
    For developers there are several things that take a little while to wrap your head around. Retraining ourselves to simplify our queries will make our whole ETL process more maintainable in the future, but it is a paradigm shift that takes a little while.

  • Andrew M.IT Manager
    Review
    4.0

    1. Data Visualisation is what Dundas do, and do well at; as opposed to many BI vendors, who offer a broader range of functionality but end up being a jack of all trades, and a master of none. 2. It's a difficult balance for a product to be easy to use, as well as being flexible. It's subjective, but I feel that they have the balance right. 3. I can't speak highly enough about the support team.
    1. Exports to Powerpoint, etc... are needed. 2. Ability to work off line, with everything nicely cached. I agree the benefit will diminish over the years, but other products, like Microstrategy, do. Senior managers like this. 3. A better way to add comments; something like Cognos. 4. More an issue with the previous Dundas product, and though rare, but we had a couple of cases where newer versions could often resolve one issue raised, but result in something else no longer working, which made us look a rather silly. With new versions, don't assume anything, and test thoroughly again. 5. Greater presence in Europe.

  • Christopher S.Director of Manufacturing Strategy
    Review
    5.0

    We needed a self-service BI solution that would cover manufacturing operations dashboards and use cases. We wanted a tool that would allow for the distribution of centralized common dashboards but also allow for self-service customization. It needed to connect to multiple disparate data sources, and provide native ETL. It also needed to allow for real-time refresh capability. Finally, it needed to be affordable and scalable to our global operations footprint. DundasBI was the only solution that checked all of these boxes, and so far the tool has been a great help to reducing external spend and internal, custom-coded solutions.
    -Real-time dashboard refresh capability -Built-in ETL -Flexible seat types and affordable licensing -Superior flexibility and customization, without the need for coding -Out of the box performance and usage tracking
    Customization and flexibility come at the cost of a steeper learning curve compared to other solutions.