Alteryx vs Tibco Spotfire
Last updated: November 05, 2014
Alteryx provides an indispensable and easy-to-use analytics platform for enterprise companies making critical decisions that drive their business strategy. Alteryx Analytics provides analysts with an intuitive workflow for data blending and advanced analytics that leads to deeper insights in hours, not the weeks typical of traditional approaches.
TIBCO Spotfire is analytics software that helps you quickly uncover insights for better decision-making. TIBCO Spotfire designs, develops and distributes in-memory analytics software for next generation business intelligence. Compare how your data looks in different visualizations. Spotfire Recommendations will inspect your data and make suggestions based on what you upload.
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2014. Tibco to update its Business Intelligence software
In September middleware analytics provider TIBCO announced that it will be acquired by a private equity firm Vista Equity Partners, and it was the largest tech buyout this year. But Tibco isn't just waiting for this takeover to close. At its annual Tibco Now conference Tibco freshened its vision for business analytics with plans for updates for Spotfire and Jaspersoft (which TIBCO acquired in April this year). It also announced a new product called Engagement Flows designed to give marketers the ability to send personalized offers based on recent customer activity, inventory, historical interactions and data from third-party sources. The new products build on a new version of its Fast Data platform, which Tibco said would enable its customers to interpret and act on data in any location — on-premises, in the cloud or coming from the Internet of Things (IoT).
2014. Alteryx gets $60M to develop analytical app-building platform
Alteryx, a platform that provides a way to build analytical apps from a variety data sources via a workflow interface, got a big boost in funding - $60M Series B round led by SAP. Alteryx allows you to create a workflow by dragging in various data sources and other objects. You can then package this design into an application which you can share with others or you can use it to generate reports, pivot tables or whatever you require. Company president George says that they are not competing with the usual Business Intelligence suspects, whether that’s more modern platforms like Tableau and QlikView or more traditional enterprise players like SAP Business Objects (where Mathew came from), Oracle Hyperion or IBM Cognos.