Top 10 Oracle Business Intelligence Tools


top 10 oracle Business Intelligence Tools

Oracle is a popular database used by millions of businesses around the world. It is robust and offers tons of useful features. However, you need a good business intelligence tool to analyze your data and get useful insights from it. Here are the top 10 Oracle Business Intelligence tools that you can try today.

 

Top 10 Oracle Business Intelligence Tools

Here are the top 10 Oracle business intelligence tools for your business.

 

Ubiq BI

Ubiq is one of the most powerful Oracle business intelligence tools that allows you to easily connect to Oracle with just 1-click, analyze data using a drag & drop interface, and design stunning dashboards without any coding.

It features more than 50 types of visualizations (including maps), dynamic filters, parameterized queries, formula variables, scheduled email reports, and PDF exports.

Ubiq offers a 14-day free trial, with paid plans starting from $29/month.

 

Power BI

Power BI is a feature-rich data visualization and reporting tool from Microsoft that supports wide range of data sources.

It provides a graphical interface for data visualization and reporting. You can easily create real-time charts, reports, dashboards and share them with your team.

Power BI comes in 3 types of deployments – desktop, on premise and cloud. Its paid plans start from $9.99/user/month.

 

Sisense

Sisense is a full-fledged business intelligence and reporting platform that supports data integration, preparation, analysis, visualization, dashboards, reporting and business intelligence.

It allows you to connect different data sources in your organization and analyze them from one place. It is suitable for medium-large businesses as well as enterprises.

However, you will need a dedicated IT team to help you install and manage Sisense in your organization.

 

Tableau

Tableau is one of the most popular data visualization tools that allows you to easily slice and dice data into different charts and tables, and pin them onto shareable dashboards.

It comes in 3 types of deployments – desktop, on premise and cloud. It features a vast library of visualizations and filters to help you perform in-depth analysis.

However, it focuses more on data visualization and less on dashboard reporting. So it doesn’t support features like scheduled email reports.

Its paid plans start from $70/user/month.

 

Jaspersoft

Jaspersoft offers Jasper Reports, a powerful business intelligence and reporting tool for Oracle. It also supports other data sources.

Jasper Reports offers 2 editions – community and enterprise. Community edition is free to use, with limited features. Enterprise edition’s pricing is available only on quote.

With Jasper Reports, you can easily design web-based, responsive reports that can be viewed on desktop, mobile and tablet devices. You can also embed them on your websites, web apps and mobile apps.

 

Zoho Analytics

Zoho Analytics (formerly Zoho Reports) is a cloud-based business intelligence and reporting tool by Zoho. It features data visualization, analysis, data filtering, report exports and email reports.

It is an affordable and feature-rich business intelligence tool for Oracle. Its cloud-based version is a self-service business intelligence software while you need a dedicated IT team to install and manage their on-premise version.

Its paid plans start from $25/month, and supports 500,000 rows of data. As your data grows, you will need to upgrade to a bigger plan.

 

Looker

Looker is a comprehensive business intelligence platform that features end-to-end data management – data integration, preparation, visualization, analysis, reporting, dashboards and business intelligence.

It uses a proprietary query language called LookML. So you need to define your data and analysis in LookML to make the most of Looker.

Since it is so comprehensive, it has a bit of a learning curve. Looker is suitable for large businesses and enterprises who can afford a dedicated IT team.

It is available as on-premise as well as cloud-based versions. Its pricing is available by quote only.

 

Qlikview

Qlikview (now Qlik) is a robust business intelligence platform that offers plenty of features to analyze, visualize and report Oracle data.

It offers desktop, on-premise and cloud version. It allows end-to-end data management and reporting. It offers tons of features for data visualization and analysis.

You need a dedicated team of IT professionals to help you with its installation and operations.

Its pricing information is available on request only. Qlik is suitable for large businesses as well as enterprises.

 

Birst

Birst is an enterprise grade business intelligence platform that is available as both on-premise as well as cloud-based deployments.

It supports ETL, data integration, analysis, visualization and business intelligence. It also has robust security and user management features.

Its pricing is available only on request.

 

Microstrategy

Microstrategy is a well-known business intelligence software from legacy BI days. It supports a wide range of data sources, cloud services and even spreadsheets.

Microstrategy is available as desktop, on-premise and cloud versions. It is meant for in-depth analysis and complicated data schema.

Since it is so comprehensive, it is fairly difficult to use and even get started. You need a dedicated team of IT professionals who have completed Microstrategy training to help you with installation and operations.

Its pricing is available on request only.

 

There are many Oracle business intelligence tools the market, catering to various customer segments. If you are looking for an easy to use, powerful and affordable business intelligence and reporting tool, try Ubiq today.

 

About Sreeram Sreenivasan

Sreeram Sreenivasan is the Founder of Ubiq, a business dashboard & reporting platform for small & medium businesses. Ubiq makes it easy to build business dashboards & reports for your business. Try it for free today!