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Domo transforms business by putting data to work for everyone. Domo’s low-code data app platform goes beyond traditional business intelligence and analytics to enable anyone to create data apps to power any action in their busines...Read more

4.24 (198 reviews)

7 recommendations

Dundas BI

Dundas BI, from Dundas Data Visualization, is a browser-based business intelligence and data visualization platform that includes integrated dashboards, reporting tools, and data analytics. It provides end users the ability to cre...Read more

4.52 (121 reviews)

4 recommendations


ClicData is a business intelligence (BI) dashboard solution designed for use primarily by small and midsized businesses. The tool enables end users to create reports and dashboards. A drag-and-drop interface designed for ease...Read more

4.61 (134 reviews)

3 recommendations

SAP Analytics Cloud

SAP Analytics Cloud is a business intelligence and data visualization solution designed for businesses of all sizes. It offers business planning, predictive analytics, digital boardroom and reporting functionalities within a suite...Read more

4.33 (81 reviews)

3 recommendations

Logi Analytics

Logi Analytics is a business intelligence (BI) platform that provides self-service analytics tools for businesses. It can be embedded directly into the applications that employees use every day. Key features include a dashboard, d...Read more

4.17 (41 reviews)

2 recommendations


Incorta is a unified data analytics platform that provides a true self-service data experience. The software enables organizations to quickly and accurately make decisions based on vast easy to digest data sets. Incorta is a ...Read more

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Style Intelligence

Style Intelligence from InetSoft is a business intelligence for midsize to global organizations. It offers users customizable dashboards and a data mashup engine that generates reports and visual analyses from real-time data....Read more

4.55 (42 reviews)

1 recommendations


Hevo is a no-code, bi-directional data pipeline platform specially built for modern ETL, ELT, and Reverse ETL Needs. It helps data teams streamline and automate org-wide data flows that result in a saving of ~10 hours of engineeri...Read more

4.67 (42 reviews)

1 recommendations

Izenda Business Intelligence

Izenda is a business intelligence (BI) platform that enables real-time data exploration and report creation. It is suited for software vendors and development teams in enterprises that need to embed BI and analytics functionality ...Read more

4.47 (30 reviews)

1 recommendations


With a focus on reducing the complexity of insights from data for business users, even complex tasks are made simple with the Toucan guided analytics platform: Data visualization is guided, allowing the user to focus on the story...Read more

4.70 (23 reviews)

1 recommendations

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Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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Reveal is a self-service embedded analytics solution that provides organizations with the most powerful, flexible, and transparently priced analytics tools on the market. It enables users to easily create data reports and dashboar...Read more

4.19 (16 reviews)

1 recommendations

Google Analytics 360

Google Analytics 360 is an enterprise-level analytics platform with in-depth performance indicators, such as ROI analysis reports. The app's primary function is to provide insights into customer behavior interactions with websites...Read more


Tableau is an integrated business intelligence (BI) and analytics solution that helps to analyze key business data and generate meaningful insights. The solution helps businesses to collect data from multiple source points such as...Read more

Microsoft SQL Server

Microsoft SQL Server Business Intelligence (BI) Edition is a database management and BI software solution designed for companies of all sizes. The system offers relational database management, which allows users to access enterpri...Read more

Google Cloud Platform

Featuring G-Suite and GCP, Google Cloud is a platform that provides a reliable and easy-to-use set of solutions that can be used to tackle the toughest challenges in any type of industry. It provides secure storage options, integr...Read more

Microsoft Power BI

Microsoft Power BI is a web-based business analytics and data visualization platform that is suitable for businesses of all sizes. It monitors important organizational data and also from all apps used by organizations. Microsoft P...Read more

Google Charts

Google Charts is a cloud-based business intelligence solution designed to help teams visualize data on their websites in the form of pictographs, pie charts, histograms and more. Key features include content management, custom das...Read more


ActivTrak helps companies unlock productivity potential. Our award-winning workforce analytics and productivity management software provides expert insights that empower people, optimize processes, and maximize technology. Addit...Read more


Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer and employee applications and workflows. Sisense customers are breaking th...Read more

Revel Systems

Revel is a cloud-based business platform that integrates operations and customer channels with point-of-sale (POS) functionality in a single dashboard. It is suitable for stores and restaurants of all sizes and provides users with...Read more

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Last Updated: July 04, 2022

Nowadays, it’s easier than ever to take your work with you wherever you go. Most airlines offer in-flight wi-fi services, companies regularly issue mobile devices to employees and many cars come equipped with smartphone chargers to help us stay connected.

These signs make it clear that workspaces are no longer confined to office buildings, so why should your business intelligence (BI) solution be any different?

BI software vendors are increasingly offering or developing apps that can be used via mobile devices (e.g., smartphones and tablets). This enables business leaders to access powerful data analysis tools without a desktop computer. Such tools help interpret and visualize different kinds of data that can benefit your businesses and help you make important decisions.

In this guide, We’ll show you everything you need to know for selecting a mobile BI platform.

Here's what we'll cover:

What Is Mobile Business Intelligence?
Benefits of Mobile BI
Common Features of Mobile BI Tools
Mobile Business Intelligence Access Methods
Key Considerations

What Is Mobile Business Intelligence?

One of the biggest trends in Business Intelligence (BI) software is to offer access to applications through mobile devices. According to Gartner, enterprise mobile apps provide the convenience of data analysis in real time to better resolve issues and make immediate decisions.

Further advances in both device hardware and operating systems continue to push the capabilities of these mobile analytics tools. And as BI becomes a central component of a company’s technology strategy, many businesses are choosing to deploy mobile applications either alongside or in addition to traditional desktop systems.

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Data visualizations for smartphones and tablets from Sisense

Benefits of Mobile BI

The proliferation of smartphones and tablets has led to a rise in the number of BI applications. These applications allow users to access information and analyses while working with customers or colleagues in the field, while traveling or anytime they’re away from their desk. Users can also stay up to date with alerts and notifications.

In addition to improved access, these applications provide businesses the ability to shorten the time from question to action. Recent studies have found that managers who utilized mobile BI solutions were able to make decisions three times faster than those without them.

Here are some use cases to help you consider the benefits across industries:

  • Retail: Executives at a grocery chain can analyze sales data for specific product lines and balance inventory levels accordingly.
  • Education: A university president can keep an eye on security during campus events by remotely viewing real-time dashboard data on crowd size and reported incidents.
  • Health care: A hospital administrator who is out of town at a medical conference can still make informed staffing decisions by accessing mobile BI tools to observe room usage and provider availability patterns.

Common Features of Mobile BI Tools

The breadth and depth of a product’s BI functionalities may differ depending on the vendor’s offerings and the client’s needs. However, there are some mobile-specific functionalities that are common among many BI vendors. Here they are:

Visualizations Allows users to view, create and share graphical representations of data, such as Key Performance Indicators (KPI) or other important business metrics. These visualizations include many different kinds of interactive chart types, such as scatter plots and heat grids.
Offline viewing Ensures data analysis can be performed offline by caching data onto the mobile device being used.
Touchscreen gestures Makes it possible for users to manipulate data visualizations with their fingertips. This means the software can respond to standard gestures, such as pinching the screen to minimize it or swiping to move on to the next image.
GPS integration Integrates mobile devices’ GPS data and applies it to BI functions. For example, a retail CEO visiting one of their stores could pull up that team’s sales performance data automatically on their phone based on the GPS information.

Mobile BI Access Methods

There are two ways users can access mobile BI technology:

Web-based mobile BI. In this method, users access the application through their device’s Web-browser (just as one would access any Web-based BI solution through a Web browser on any device). Users will have a consistent experience across both mobile and desktop versions of the application, with access to similar or identical data and features.

App-based mobile BI. Here, the system is accessed through a special application installed on the device. This method can take advantage of specific mobile hardware features (e.g., touchscreens). This user experience will usually be better overall than trying to access a BI application through a mobile Web-browser, but will require learning a new interface and may mean losing some functionality.

Key Considerations

Before deploying BI applications on mobile devices, you should ask yourself the following questions:

What kind of functions do you expect to use most often? It’s no secret that the screens on mobile devices have limited real estate, so it’s important to find a well-designed solution that addresses your most pressing needs. For example, if you need to consult data-driven dashboards regularly, your product’s mobile interface should require minimal scrolling and unobstructive navigation.

Do you need mobile data management? Extending BI functionality to mobile devices means more devices and users for the IT team to manage. For large organizations, it’s important to have a mobile data management strategy that defines how applications and updates are pushed to users, how to troubleshoot hardware and software malfunctions and how to access the data if the device is misplaced or stolen.

Who gets access? Businesses will have to define who gets access to these applications—and to which modules. For example, executives can utilize advanced reporting functionality to relay results to pertinent parties and monitor performance by utilizing dashboard features. Similarly, management teams can access dashboards and visualizations to share with colleagues and clients.

Should you invest in Apple devices? While mobile BI applications often support multiple device platforms (e.g., iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, RIM BlackBerry and Windows Phone), many vendors have made Apple the focus of their mobile strategy. In the most recent Mobile Business Intelligence Market Study conducted by Dresner Advisory Services, several leading BI vendors—including IBM, Information Builders, Jaspersoft, MicroStrategy, Oracle, SAP and others—listed the iPhone and iPad as two of the top three platforms these vendors are prioritizing.