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IT Central Station Announces the Top 10 Business Intelligence Tools Based on Crowdsourced Data

New York, NY, February 17, 2015 – IT Central Station, the leading product review site and social network for enterprise technology professionals, today announced that based on crowdsourced data, it has compiled over 155,000 views of the top BI (business intelligence) tools by real users in 2014.

The trends are analyzed in a downloadable infographic and are taken from data based on actual behavior of real users researching and comparing BI vendors on IT Central Station.

Some of the most important criteria for choosing a BI solution include scalability and performance, usability and UI, ease of development, and mobile/cloud based customization. The most compared BI solutions of all of 2014 were OBIEE v. Tableau, with over 2,302 comparisons on IT Central Station. The top BI solutions viewed by users from small and medium enterprises was QlikView, but by users from large enterprises was Microstrategy.

“We are thrilled to be able to share the outcome of our community coming together and making the BI solution buying process easier,” said Russell Rothstein, Co-Founder and CEO of IT Central Station. “The high number of views of the top BI tools demonstrates the true value that our platform offers to enterprise technology reviewers.”

About IT Central Station |

IT Central Station is revolutionizing the enterprise technology buying process through the power of crowdsourced knowledge, online product reviews and social networking. The company has been called an "innovative platform at the forefront of the new social buying process" by IDC, and the "Yelp for Enterprise Tech" by the Wall Street Journal. IT Central Station reaches over 22 million tech buyers who access and share unbiased product information and tap into a community of other real users in order to make the best buying decision. For more information, visit

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Date released:
Tuesday February 17, 2015