Choosing to buy a business intelligence (BI) and analytics solution for your Microsoft Dynamics system is a big step. There are many vendors to select from, with all the functionality and benefits you could imagine.
Before you get into the features, it’s always important to do a full evaluation of your organization. The first step in software selection is to understand what capabilities you need in a solution to help you achieve your analytics goals. Do you need frontend functionality with data visualization and self-service analytics? What about centralized data storage in the form of a data warehouse? Once your “must-have” features are clearly defined, you’re ready to take a look at what some of the top software vendors have to offer.
Over the past 15+ years, we have seen the power that due diligence and thorough software evaluation can have on successful BI and analytics adoption throughout your organization. To understand what BI and analytics products are currently being used by other customers in the Microsoft Dynamics channel, we have compiled a list of the top 7 vendors and compared them with the same rubric.
Top 7 Microsoft Dynamics Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms:
- Jet Analytics
- Microsoft Power BI
To help you choose the right solution for your business, we have pulled together a detailed assessment of the 7 platforms listed above. In this white paper, you will see a side-by-side comparison of 17 key areas to consider when evaluating a business intelligence and analytics solution. From valuable frontend functionality like native Excel integration to powerful backend functionality like data warehouse automation, you will learn what each product offers and how to evaluate the right solution for you effectively. There’s also a printable checklist that you can customize to fit your software selection process!