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Six Considerations for Choosing the Right Analytics Solution

Six Considerations for Choosing the Right Analytics Solution

Depending on your needs, specific functionalities such as end-user data mash-ups, advanced data visualizations, and an open client interface that enables users to plug Excel worksheets into your new analytic offering can increase the value of your application. To get started, determine your user experience (UX) needs and how you can cater to all of your users, whether they are C-level executives or data scientists. Look for analytic interfaces that can serve different user personas and be wrapped in white labeling and single sign-on frameworks to deliver the look and feel you desire.

It's important to have built-in data management so you can easily turn your information assets into analytics and insights for your customers. An embedded analytics solution should be able to extract data from multiple sources—application data, customer data stores and even public sources of data. Then it must bring this data together into a unified view so users can analyze it within the application rather than extracting the data, importing it into Excel and working offline. After all, isn't the point of adding analytics to your application to drive stickiness and adoption?

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Look for a solution that can be deployed in the cloud or on premise. With a hybrid model, you can pick the approach that best fits your customer needs when the time comes. As you bring new customers and users on board, you don't have to worry about their requirements. Some may choose for a cloud option while others might desire an on-premise version. Look for a solution that can be deployed in a public cloud, inside your own private cloud or on the premises of each of your customers. Additionally, embedding analytic software should easily integrate with your customers' data sources and other applications to avoid creating silos and enable an easy exchange of information between systems.

Single-tenant solutions require you to set up a separate business intelligence stack for each additional customer. If you have a lot of customers, this is not sustainable. You need a solution with built-in multi-tenancy that does not require a lot of overhead for on-boarding each new customer.;

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