Alteryx analytics is all about the thrill of solving Big Data problems and getting quicker answers.
What makes Alteryx data analytics unique as an platform is the flexibility it gives to analyze Big Data from multiple sources to deliver business insights easily. It supercharges your Data in Data Visualization.
When you work with a huge amount of Big Data, you end up spending more time searching for information than on the analytics itself. In some cases, the other teams in your organization may have already collected the same information or performed a similar analysis, and there is a chance, you are not aware of it. As a result, data assets proliferate, compounding the problem and creating inefficiencies in Data Visualization with delays in answering critical business questions.
We also have information on how to build a connector with Alteryx, but we’ll come to that a little later. Before that we have a quick review for you based on our personal experience with Alteryx.
We think that the user interface is fantastic.
Some of the features that excited us about Alteryx are:
Overall, Alteryx provides a fast-track to analyzing insights. Analysts no longer have to spend hours in getting the data in the right form to generate quick insights but more importantly, we don’t need to be a coding genius to accomplish this.
Here is what one of the users has to say,
“Alteryx is particularly well-suited for demographic analysis and drive time analysis. Anything at the block group level seems to run quickly and without a hitch. Below though things get bogged down and slow. I would never suggest Alteryx as a map visualization software as this function is not user friendly and does not create presentation-quality results. While the software was originally known for its geospatial function and integration, it seems the company is moving its focus away from this – nice in some ways as R functionality and others have been added, but disappointing as I don’t expect improvement in the existing geospatial tools.”
But there is a flipside as well. The map visualization is not very effective so if you are considering map presentations then Alteryx is not a good option. Also, the program fails to read or update the workstream and causes errors. And there are caps on data limits and inefficient run times despite of the tool being touted as big data friendly.
Let us help you change your analytics game with Alteryx by super charging your Big Data in Data visualization by blending, cleansing and enriching it.
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