To meet the increasing demand for apps, business intelligence vendors are adding user interfaces for iPads or smartphones. Some are generic apps, which can be used for different types of analytics, while others are made for specific fields such as Sales.
Following are the 10 different types of business intelligence apps available these days:
- QlikView on Mobile: QlikView from QlikTech is a business intelligence platform, which supports the development and consumption of dynamic applications for evaluating information. It supports Android as well as iOS and offers completely interactive applications through HTML5, either on a browser or on QlikView for iOS native app.
- Birst Mobile: This is an application that provides software-as-a-service (SaaS) BI solutions. It has features such as integrated ETL (extract, transform, load), enterprise reporting, data warehouse automation, dashboarding and ad hoc querying. It can be delivered with the help of an on-premises virtual appliance or through the cloud. An iPad can be used to access all of the dashboards; there is no requirement of creating different dashboards for separate devices.
- Infor Motion Dashboards: This app extends Infor's ION platform to smartphones and tablets. Users are able to create new dashboards or access existing ones through a browser interface, using Infor Motion Dashboards.
- IBM Cognos Mobile: IBM's mobilr business app extends interactive Cognos intelligence to a wide range of mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android phones and Playbook. Users can fully interact with dashboards, Cognos reports, analysis, metrics and other information.
- YellowFin: Through this app users are able to query various databases and combine different data sources (CSV files and databases) to make a single report or dashboard without building a data warehouse.
- MicroStrategy App Platform: Here mobile application development companies create apps that provide business intelligence, multimedia content and transactions based on data from existing information warehousing, ERP, CRM and other systems of information.
- RoamBI: There are various sources through which RoamBI takes data – including IBM Cognos, SAP BusinessObjects, Microsoft Analysis and Reporting Services, OBIEE, Excel, Salesforce, Google Docs and a lot more. They present the data on iPhone and iPad....
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