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Zoho Analytics is a Business Intelligence platform that lets you aggregate, analyze, and visualize business data from multiple different sources.
The most important features
Business Intelligence – explained in brief:
What is Business Intelligence?
Business Intelligence (BI) is a term used to describe processes in which company data is collected, processed and analyzed. In other words, it’s about business analysis.
Data visualization plays an important part in this: With the goal of making data easier to understand, it is prepared visually and graphically for dashboards or reports in the form of diagrams. In this context, the term “data storytelling” is often used. This essentially means that dry data is prepared in such a way that it can be used to tell a narrative.
What features should BI software have?
A good BI tool helps you to prepare raw data in a way that is understandable and practical. It should be able to import and evaluate a wide range of file formats from various internal and external data sources. The BI tool should be able to provide versatile visualizations of the data and generate detailed reports. BI tools that are AI-powered and allow you to query data verbally via voice assistants are also becoming increasingly popular.
Frequently Asked Questions
What data can I import into Zoho Analytics?
Using powerful data import and integration APIs, Zoho Analytics can retrieve a huge variety of data from more than 250 data sources - files, feeds, web URLs, on-premises and cloud-based databases, Zoho apps, and external online and offline applications, to name just a few.
Zoho Analytics detects and recognizes common tabular file formats, such as CSV, XLS/XLSX, TSV or SXV. Other formats (including HTML, JSON and XML) can also be processed by Zoho Analytics.
How much data can you process in Zoho Analytics?
Zoho Analytics can process very large amounts of data - up to a million lines of data and files that are 100 MB in size. Larger CSV datasets can be added using the Zoho Databridge tool.
How is data visualized in Zoho Analytics?
Zoho Analytics features over 40 different chart types for visualizing data - including pie, line, bar, funnel or donut charts, geo-maps, heat maps or tables. You can generate charts with multiple Y-axes, add filters to them, or use the Drill Down function to get more details.
So-called pivot tables can also be compiled in Zoho Analytics. These special tables (also known as crosstabs or matrix tables) can, for example, be used to group rows and columns, making them ideal for displaying large amounts of data in a clear and straightforward way.
Moreover, Zoho Analytics provides you with a dashboard that you can adjust to suit your interests with the help of an intuitive drag-and-drop editor.
An all-round package
Zoho Analytics is part of Zoho One, a software package consisting of over 40 applications with which you can digitize, network and optimize your business processes.
Think of Zoho One as an operating system for your business. Place your trust in smart solutions that save time and money. Treat yourself to software that thinks for you!
You can buy Zoho Analytics on its own, in a bundle with other Zoho applications – or as part of the overall Zoho One package. Whatever you decide: you’re going to love Zoho!
Who is Zoho Analytics for?
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