GoodData vs Microsoft Power BI
Last updated: December 02, 2015
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GoodData vs Microsoft Power BI in our news:
2015. Microsoft integrates Cortana into Power BI service
Microsoft announced that Cortana personal assistant is coming to Power BI, its business intelligence tool that, it’s worth noting, already had some natural language query capabilities. Once connected, Cortana can now answer questions from your Power BI data sets for written and spoken queries like “revenue for the last quarter” or draw you a chart for the “number of opportunities by team.” Users have to ensure that Cortana has access to their Power BI data sets by enabling this new feature in Power BI. With Cortana Analytics, Microsoft also currently offers a more bespoke solution for enterprises that focuses less on the Cortana client and more on the machine learning and automation services that power Cortana.
2014. Big Data analytics provider GoodData gets funding from Intel
GoodData, a cloud-based big data analytics firm, announced a $25.7 million round of funding led by Intel Capital. GoodData competes against a large swathe of other tech companies that are, like GoodData, capitalising on the shift that enterprises are making to cloud-based services and the boom in big data analytics that has come in the wake of our so much of our lives moving online. Others in the space include RJMetrics, Chartio, Business Objects, Domo and Tableau. One of the differences between GoodData and the rest of the pack, according to Roman Stanek, GoodData‘s CEO, is in how it structures its analytics to cover a spectrum of uses, but in a way that is nontechnical and easy to integrate.