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Mobile BI – Who is Hot in 2014

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Ventana Research recently completed the most comprehensive evaluation of mobile business intelligence products and vendors available anywhere today. The evaluation includes 16 technology vendors’ offerings on smartphones and tablets and use across Apple, Google Android, Microsoft Surface and RIM BlackBerry that were assessed in seven key categories: usability, manageability, reliability, capability, adaptability, vendor validation and TCO and ROI. The result is our Value Index for Mobile Business Intelligence in 2014. The analysis shows that the top supplier is MicroStrategy, which qualifies as a Hot vendor and is followed by 10 other Hot vendors: IBM, SAP, QlikTech, Information Builders, Yellowfin, Tableau Software, Roambi, SAS, Oracle and arcplan.

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Comments (2)
Where's Microsoft BI?
Posted by Cort K | Tuesday, February 18 2014 at 12:04PM ET
Fair question. We decided not to include Microsoft in this research since they have no dedicated mobile business intelligence software except for Microsoft Office. This package is only available on Microsoft Surface and while it can publish HTML pages so can many products that are not part of our evaluation. Microsoft does not support Apple or Android, let alone RIM with Microsoft Office. Other smaller efforts by Microsoft are not significant enough to warrant them to be in the analysis. Once we see effort from Microsoft to take Mobile BI more seriously, then we can evaluate their offering as part of our work.
Posted by Tony C | Wednesday, February 19 2014 at 7:02PM ET
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