Zoho Analytics Moves Out of Beta, Pricing Plans Announced

We are happy to announce that Zoho Analytics, our online business intelligence & reporting tool has graduated out of beta today. Zoho Analytics helps businesses make better sense of their data by providing useful insights through powerful reporting and analytics, which transforms to informed decision making. It achieves this through an impressive set of capabilities that lets users easily perform a variety of tasks, such as:

  • Upload any data. Zoho Analytics lets users securely upload spreadsheets and tabular data such as .CSV, .TSV, .XLS or .HTML files. Of course, users can also add
    data directly using the spreadsheet-like interface.
  • Push data from any application. Zoho Analytics works with hosted and traditional (in-house, behind a firewall) business applications and databases for reporting and analysis. Users can fetch and upload data into Zoho Analytics from Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and MS Access databases. Automatic periodic uploads/synchronization is also supported.
  • Drag-and-drop interface. Users can visually analyze and build insightful reports and dashboards using a drag-and-drop interface, all by themselves.
  • Use a variety of reporting components. Users have access to a wide range of reporting components, including charts, pivot tables, tabular view and dashboard components that ensure the most insightful report building and analysis possible.
  • Query with SQL. Zoho Analytics lets users create powerful and flexible reports with SQL queries written in any database dialect/syntax.
  • Collaborative analysis. Users can develop reports together, enabling informed, collaborative business decisions. Reports can easily be shared with fine-grained
    access control, giving the report owner complete control over data and reports being shared.
  • Embed reports anywhere. Zoho Analytics encourages widespread consumption of business intelligence by enabling users to embed reports in websites, intranets, blogs, applications, iGoogle, and Microsoft SharePoint Server.
  • Secure all data and reports. Zoho Analytics maintains a highly secure environment for all user data. Access to data and reports is secured with a proper user name and password, via HTTPS (SSL connection) network connectivity. All data and reports are hosted in highly secure data centers, which offer redundancy, backup, and continuity.

New  functionalities in this release include,

  • Dashboard view. Users can collate similar reports and view them all on a single page. For instance, a dashboard page consisting of 10 reports can be displayed in a “5×2” (five rows and two columns) format.
  • iGoogle gadget. Users can embed the gadget version of Zoho Analytics in their iGoogle home page, giving them ready access to their reports and dashboards from their iGoogle page.

Like other Zoho products, Zoho Analytics offers a generous free edition. And the pricing plans start at $25 per month (for 500,000 rows and 2 users). Take a look at Zoho Analytics. We hope you’ll like it.

4 Replies to Zoho Analytics Moves Out of Beta, Pricing Plans Announced

  1. I remember years ago looking at Zoho in its earlier stages and thinking "that will never survive as a free service." I didn't realize until this week that zoho was still alive and kicking. Kudos to your team for kicking butt in the field of online office apps. It's nice to see you're still releasing services, and I hope your company continues to do well.

  2. I remember years ago looking at Zoho in its earlier stages and thinking "that will never survive as a free service." I didn't realize until this week that zoho was still alive and kicking. Kudos to your team for kicking butt in the field of online office apps. It's nice to see you're still releasing services, and I hope your company continues to do well.

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