An Alternative to Tibco Spotfire's Visualization Dashboard

Are you looking for alternative to Tibco Spotfire's visualization software? InetSoft offers a web-based server solution that is better suited to enterprises and OEMs, yet is easy to deploy and use. Since 1996 InetSoft has been offering business intelligence applications that are flexible and powerful, serving over 5,000 enterprises and solution providers worldwide.

Some of the reasons to evaluate InetSoft against Tibco Spotfire:

  1. All Web based solution for creating, interacting with, and modifying visualizations and dashboards.
  2. Multiple levels of self-service from business users to power users to business analysts.
  3. More flexible data mashup capabilities for multiple data source environments.
  4. Comparable array of chart types and attactive design options.
  5. Extensive report publishing options.
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Features of InetSoft's Business Intelligence and Visualization Solution

InetSoft's Style Intelligence is BI platform that facilitates business data exploration by combining data mashup technology with visualization. Data visualizations are constructed in real-time by dropping data items into visual elements such as charts, guages, and selection lists. The resulting view reveals the intrinsic relationships among the data. 

Visualization and analysis features include:

  • Unlimited multi-dimensional charting
  • Brushing for data exploration
  • Drag and drop in a Web browser, spreadsheet-like design
  • Use gauges, thermometers, and other familiar objects
  • Use charts, maps, and other advanced visual displays
  • Dual purpose input/output elements
  • Views assembled from sub-level views
  • Monitoring and analysis oriented views
  • OLAP data source mashup and visualization
  • Make multi-dimensional charts even more information-rich thanks to new coloring, shape, and sizing options that, for instance, turn a 3D bubble chart into a 4D or 5D chart
  • Create multi-charts (aka trellis graphs, visual crosstab, or small multiples).
  • Use brushing techniques where by selecting data points in one chart highlights corresponding data points in accompanying charts

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