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2021-02-27T14:32:00Z
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PowerBI or SyncFusion - which is better?

I'm deciding on a web-based platform to develop for 100's to 1000's businesses to use to see their data up against aggregated data. Which would you recommend?

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EG
Senior Vice President, Deputy General Counsel, Litigation (Head of Litigation) at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
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2021-03-02T15:41:44Z
02 March 21

I would recommend Microsoft's PowerBI.  There may be a few situations where SyncFusion may be better, but for compatibility and longer term support I would recommend PowerBI.  It will be easier to find talent to use it as well.

Ariful Mondal - PeerSpot reviewer
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2021-05-17T22:07:43Z
17 May 21

Hi @JIm DeLano , I would also recommend Microsoft Power BI. Power BI embedded feature will help you easy implementation within various webapps or other applications using API. Read more here https://powerbi.microsoft.com/...

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Hi, You cannot build a DWH by using PowerBI, Qlik or Tableau as they are mainly data visualization platforms. Qlik does have its own tool but it creates proprietary datasets that cannot be accessed from outside Qlik. It seems you want a data mart tool instead of a DWH as you want users to be able to create reports. Please look into my review of SAS Data Integration studio for a better idea.
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