As data proliferates in modern organizations, it has become crucial to help the data flow into the hands of operational departments (sales, finance, marketing, etc…), allowing them to turn data into business insights.
This explains the recent explosion of Business Intelligence tools. This new trend is not going to stop, and we'd rather bring visibility and structure soon.
At Castor, we believe the first step to structuring the Business Intelligence tools market, is more transparency. For that reason, we put up a list of all the BI tools we heard of.
This list is still exploratory, may contain errors, or lacking information. Please reach out to us, if you notice anything wrong: firstname.lastname@example.org
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In-depth analysis and evolution
Read the full breakdown by generation and market analysis of BI here.
BI tools landscape
Additional features definition (feel free to add yours) :
Data exploration: Explore the underlying query of every chart without breaking the actual dashboard. Allow non tech user to answer more complex questions.
Dashboard builder: build dashboards that suits our needs: your brand color, etc…
Drill down: Click on a chart to have access to the underlying data of which records are at play to describe your metric.
Metric layer: Define your metric layer so that your users can reuse those metrics in charts or exploration.