Birst

What is Birst? Birst is a web-based networked business intelligence and analytics tool that connects insights from various teams, allowing them to make more informed decisions, and offering automation and optimization for the entire BI process. Birst’s unique BI approach connects every user to a shared analytical network that can easily be accessed and extended.

https://www.birst.com/

Birst Review

Who should use Birst?

The shared network of analytics offered by Birst delivers agility for business users while maintaining IT governed oversight. The tool focuses on solving one of the biggest challenges in data analytics, which is establishing trust in data from several different sources within the enterprise.

Pros

  • Collaborative workspace makes it easy to share data
  • Great customer support
  • Easily integrate/implement into existing sites
  • Visualizer and designer tools provide the ability for custom reports

Cons

  • Setting up a report and drilling across to the desired view can take a while
  • Users say it is fairly expensive
  • Can take a long time to load if it is a big data set
  • Tedious to update all different instances
  • Steep learning curve

Pricing

Birst offers a free trial of its tool. You will need to contact the company, however, for price details.

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Who should use Birst?

The shared network of analytics offered by Birst delivers agility for business users while maintaining IT governed oversight. The tool focuses on solving one of the biggest challenges in data analytics, which is establishing trust in data from several different sources within the enterprise.

  • Collaborative workspace makes it easy to share data
  • Great customer support
  • Easily integrate/implement into existing sites
  • Visualizer and designer tools provide the ability for custom reports
  • Setting up a report and drilling across to the desired view can take a while
  • Users say it is fairly expensive
  • Can take a long time to load if it is a big data set
  • Tedious to update all different instances
  • Steep learning curve

Birst offers a free trial of its tool. You will need to contact the company, however, for price details.