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Knowi is the Tableau alternative you've been seeking

Search based analytics

Knowi’s search-based analytics integrates allows you to explore your data by asking questions in plain English.

Ask questions on a dashboard

You can ask questions directly in your Knowi dashboard and get back actionable data and visualizations right away.


Embed Knowi for your customers

Although Tableau claims that it can be easily embedded into any app or anywhere in the BI landscape, the reality may not be so simple. Numerous user reports indicate that because of the legacy design of Tableau, getting it to embed seamlessly into your app can be a huge technological hurdle.

Knowi was built for white-label embedded analytics and reporting. If you need analytics and visualizations in your app or product, we’d love to tell you all about the value Knowi can bring.

"I can spin up data in Knowi in 5 minutes where the same would take 30+ in Tableau... and in Periscope (now Sisense) there is no comparison because they would have to connect it to Github or other programs to do the same "
Dr. Liron Nehmadi
Chief Product Officer at Catch Group

Frequently Asked Questions

Questions that often come up when looking for Tableau Alternatives

There are many factors to consider. Here are a few to keep in mind:


Scalability: Regardless of whether you're a young startup on the rise or a big enterprise company, you want a platform with both the features and the pricing to scale as your use of the tool grows. 


ETL (Data preparation): Does the platform you are look at require you to move all your data to a data warehouse first with ETL? For some this can be a dealbreaker. Knowi uses data virtualization to avoid this pitfall, so it can natively access your data where it is without needing ETL.


Strong data delivery: You may need your BI tool to schedule reports to send those reports through email, webhooks, or Slack. If this is something you need, make sure the BI tool you are looking at supports it.


Who will be using the tool: For the people working with the data most, they will need to be able to understand the platform in a fairly intuitive way. Some training is always required, but a well designed platform with search-based analytics can speed up that process greatly. 


Security and sharing: Data is one of the most valuable resources a company has. But it's also important to be able to share that data and the dashboards and visualizations with other people in the company and occasionally external partners. That's why you want a BI tool that has robust security, but also has easy to use sharing features.

There are a lot of options out there. Knowi, PowerBI, Qlik, Google Data Studio. What will work well for you often depends on your particular use-case.


Here's a recent article we did comparing some of the common BI tools and what use cases they work best for: Best Business Intelligence Tools 2020

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