Why You Should Read Gartner Critical Capabilities Reports

Jen Underwood explains the value behind Gartner Critical Capabilities reports, specifically the one for analytics and BI platforms:

Notably, the three Magic Quadrant Leaders except Tableau were ranked near the middle in all use cases. MicroStrategy, Birst, SisenseTIBCOYellowFin, Salesforce, SAS and a few other players excelled above the rest with high scores on this report. These results are a bit refreshing to see. Gartner Critical Capabilities scores seem to better align with Forrester’s rankings of Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms and also my own understanding of several top offerings. I admit that I was surprised by these results. I was rarely – if ever – asked about several of the top scoring vendors over the past three years.

Read the whole thing, and then read the report.

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