Birst is Business Intelligence Software. Birst offers the following functionalities:
- Ad hoc Analysis
- Ad hoc Query
- Ad hoc Reports
- Data Analysis
- Key Performance Indicators
- Trend Indicators
Learn more about Birst features.
Birst is an enterprise BI solution that uses interwoven virtualized business intelligence instances that sit on top of a shared common analytical fabric. It can connect the whole of your company by giving rapid insight in a self service BI model so it can meet the needs of business workers who require complex data at a fast paste. It also meets stringent corporate data standards through its security, scale and control. It has a low total costs of ownership and can be implemented either on a public cloud or a private cloud. Birst uses patented machine learning technology and advanced algorithms to speed up the pace at which businesses can discover insights. Its networked analytics capabilities allow you to connect both centralized and decentralized teams to analytics that they can access on a self-service basis but in a managed environment. The solution analytics such as visual data discovery, interactive dashboards, reporting, and mobile.
|Support||24/7 (Live rep) Business Hours Online||Customer Type||Freelancers Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Location / Phone Number||San Francisco, California - 94105 / 866-940-1496|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||Business Intelligence Software|
Disclaimer: The pricing details were last updated on 31/12/2018 from the vendor website and may be different from actual. Please confirm with the vendor website before purchasing.
Yes, Birst provides API.
INFOR BIRST is a good analytical and BI tool, this tool makes it easier for the IT department and very helpful for analytics.
Admin users required extensive training for this product
Best analytical tools
Dragging and dropping features - provided the requirements are easy.
LIVE Data connection.
Dashboard Display for upper management.
API is easy to use and can write scripts to automate common functions
The individual space creation . different method for size files.connections to databases ,servers and many more legacy system with single tool.enabling single sign on
There is different thing forsize based data upload
Use it with anew version with moduler thing with birst.
I generally do analytics of complex databases of ERP system like Ln ,M3 and EAM .it's help to build data model in easy way and connection to datalake with OS is good to use
Reports are very good and very easy to understand
Nothing much all the services are better and useful
No problems seems to be fine
What are the best aspects of this product?
Incorporating to company sites is easy with this app, and it’s great in creating reports that meet customer demands. Visualizer and designer features, for example, greatly helps in creating stunning customized presentations. Also, it sports many different links to get data such as the SFDC connector. Its customer support is highly satisfactory as well.
What aspects are problematic or could work better?
It has a high price tag and is difficult to learn. It requires at least one resource to keep, as well as it's inconvenient to update. Moreover, it often goes sluggish, especially when handling a large amount of data.
What specific problems in your company were solved by this product?
It suits our descriptive analysis needs well, especially when visualizing data of our products to customers. This helps us easily explain the device location, features with the highest demands, and behavior of users among others.
Are you a current user of this product?
-Great customer support - responds and resolve issues very quickly
-Easily integrate/implement into existing sites
-Variety of different connectors to pull in data (i.e. SFDC
-lots of different tools and capabilities to build reports to customer needs
-Visualizer and deisgner tools provide the ability for custom reports
-It is fairly expensive
-Performance (loading time can take a while if it is a big data set
-Tedious to update all different instances
-Need 1 resource at minimum to maintain
-Steep learning curve
-Currently using Birst for our descriptive analytics solution. Allow customers to visualize their device data
-Help customers understand end-user behavior, most commonly used features, device locations, etc.
The application is customizable to our industry.
We frequently have to use designer, because visualizer doesn't have the same abilities, but development in designer is not efficient. It takes me forever to find attributes and measures because there is no search field.
Go onto Exasol right away.
Apartment community performance. We just rolled it out.
-Ease of creating actionable dashboards
-New Predictive Analytics Tools
-the potential benefits of Birst being acquired by infor
-no distribution of sample spaces presented in breakout sessions (this would be especially useful when experimenting with new features
We are building our enterprise solution, going one department at a time. We've delivered a "daily scorecard" for our warehouse managers, which allows them to understand all the efficiencies / inefficiencies they may experience on a day to day basis. Also, a high level marketing space has been created to allow marketing managers to understand performance of individual marketing channels. We've seen significant cost reduction in the warehouse and an increased efficiency in marketing spend.
1. End user visualization experience and easy to integrate and in creating dashboard and visuals
2. Safe and secure software being a cloud based platform
5. Metadata Management
Some minor bugs keep coming - that's common with new features beta releases
End to end report and dashboard automation, lot of productivity savings
Birst can automatically create a data warehouse (DW for your business if you just connect it to the right data sources. Most customers will use it entirely in the cloud and will use their automatic DW solution. For complex data situations, like ours, it can be used more traditionally, designing the DW manually and hosting the application internally on our own servers. The DW schema can be specified manually and then Birst will create the necessary ETL automatically to create that schema from the given data sources. And it can connect to all kinds of sources, both in-house and in the cloud. Once the DW is there, Birst has great tools for creating dashboards and reports, or for letting end users play with the data and create visualizations of their own. It really does do it all and can put together an end-to-end solution much faster than any other BI product I've ever seen.
Birst has some quirks that can be annoying. Their naming of certain things is not standard and it can create confusion in both conversations and in learning how to use it. For example, what Birst calls Hierarchies would be called Dimensions by pretty much any other solution. And it doesn't necessarily have to be a hierarchy, so it creates confusion. Also, although a solution can be created quite quickly, there is likely to still be a significant amount of work needed to tweak the model to get the best performance, so the solution it creates isn't necessarily the end of the effort, it may really be the beginning. The querying language used is not traditional SQL. In many cases this query language will never need to be used directly at all - Birst automatically creates it wherever it's needed. But for performance optimization in their non-automatic DW schemas, and behind the scenes in customized objects, it needs to be used - and it's a challenge. Their implementation consultants have been fantastic, but their support group definitely needs improvement.
Every two weeks (I think? Birst releases improvements to their products. Every single patch that comes out has included significant improvements. This is a product that is moving in the right direction very, very quickly, and is VERY responsive to customer suggestions.
We are currently rolling out Birst as a part of our SAAS application in order to provide dashboards for our clients based on their data in our application. Our data set is HR data. It will provide us with a platform for rolling out useful dashboards to our customers that are informative and eye-catching. It is an impressive tool for our sales group to showcase when demonstrating our products' value to potential customers.
Ease of use and end to end capability ETL -> Data Modelling-> Report and Dashboard visualization
Certain admin features can still be a challenge from time to time
Review your current cloud and on-premise transactional tools, if you have a mix of both, and need to analyze the data together in a single repositoy, i.e. SFDC + Oracle, chances are Birst is the solution for you
Sales Pipeline Change and Movement Analysis, difficult to do in transactional reporting tools
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