Many BI tools these days seem to be similar on the surface and provide similar capabilities (connections to common data sources, visualizations and dashboards, analytical options, mobile consumption options, etc.). The promise of these BI tools is often similar as well; easy to use, scalable, good performance, and so on. However, once you dive deeper into real-life projects, you’ll often realize most BI tools aren’t flexible enough to meet your requirements. Well, in this video, we dive into why flexibility is so important and why a BI tool being easy to use simply isn’t enough.
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