Top 5 Palo Alternatives & Competitors


palo alternatives competitors

Palo is a memory-resident business intelligence software that offers many features. However, if it doesn’t meet your requirements or fit your budget then here are the top 5 Palo alternatives and competitors you can try.

 

Top 5 Palo Alternatives & Competitors

 

Ubiq BI

Ubiq BI is one of the best Palo alternatives that allows you to easily visualize data, get business insights, build interactive reports & dashboards, and share them with others.

It features drag & drop chart creator, SQL editor, dashboards, visualizations, dynamic filters, scheduled email reports, exporting, formula expressions and calculated fields.

Ubiq BI is suitable for SMBs as well as large enterprises. Its paid plans start from $29/month. It works well on all desktops, web browsers and mobile devices.

 

Tableau

Tableau is one of the most popular Palo alternatives that allows you to slice & dice large amounts of data quickly. It supports a wide range of data sources and features many visualization and filters.

However, it lacks reporting features like scheduled email reports, collaboration & sharing, that are available in other tools.

Tableau is available as desktop software, on-premise server, mobile app, cloud service. Its paid plans start from $70/user/month.

Here’s our in-depth Tableau review – its pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons.

 

Qlik

Qlik is a full-fledged business intelligence platform that features data integration, analysis, reporting, visualization, business intelligence, dashboards, embedded analytics.

It works well on all desktops, web browsers and mobile devices. It is available as desktop software, on-premise server, cloud services and mobile app.

However, it requires IT assistance for installation, deployment and ongoing usage. So it is suitable for large businesses who have a big BI budget and can afford to hire & train IT professionals to use their software.

Qlik’s pricing is available only by quote. Here’s our in-depth Qlik review – its pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons.

 

Power BI

Power BI is a data visualization software that allows you to connect to a wide range of data sources and analyze data visually. You can use it to build interactive reports, graphs and dashboards and share them with others.

It is available as desktop software, on-premise server, and cloud service. Its paid plans start from $9.99/user/month.

Power BI is suitable for SMBs as well as large enterprises. Here’s our in-depth Power BI review – its pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons.

 

Microstrategy

Microstrategy is a popular business intelligence software that is used by Fortune 500 companies. It supports a wide range of data sources and offers many useful features.

It works well on all desktops, mobile devices and web browsers. Since it offers many features, it has a steep learning curve and requires significant IT assistance for installation, deployment and ongoing usage.

Its pricing is available only by quote. It is suitable for large businesses and enterprises. Here’s our in-depth Microstrategy review – its pricing, features, benefits, pros and cons.

 

Conclusion

Palo BI is an in-memory business intelligence software that offers many features. However, if it doesn’t meet your requirements or fit your budget then you can try the above-mentioned Palo alternatives and competitors.

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!