8 of the Best Free Linux Business Intelligence Software
Business intelligence tools are typically used to
design and generate reports from a wide range of data sources. There
are a number of different types of business intelligence software.
include reporting and querying software, digital dashboards, process
and data mining, business performance management, and spreadsheets.
All organisations deploy reporting software in one way or
another. Reporting is regarded as a central part of business
A business intelligence platform includes three layers: a
database layer, a business intelligence layer, and an
analytics/performance management layer.
Linux and business intelligence are a good match in part
because Linux has powerful toolkits for interacting with other systems,
with open source databases (such as MySQL) to act as the data source.
This article highlights the best business intelligence
software that runs under Linux. Although there is not a wide range
available, all of
the applications featured below are strongly recommended for any
which wants to access, format and deliver information to their staff,
their customers, and their commercial partners.
Now, let's explore the 8 business intelligence software at
each title we have compiled its own portal page, providing a screenshot
of the software in action, a full description with an in-depth analysis
of its features, together with links to relevant resources and reviews.
|Business Intelligence Software
||Enterprise reporting, analysis, dashboard, data mining,
workflow and more
analysis, knowledge discovery, data mining,
predictive analytics, and more
||A widely used reporting engine
report designer capabilities
||For on-demand or SaaS deployments
||Database Reporting Tool and EIS tool, MIS tool
tool similar to Crystal Reports
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Last Updated Sunday, June 30 2013 @ 02:51 AM EDT