Compare DashboardFox and Tableau
Here is a quick overview of some of the key differences between DashboardFox and Tableau
Tableau is an affordable solution for a small team of data analysts, but to provide all the various licenses needed for a large team, it can be quite expensive. DashboardFox has a simple, transparent price model. Pay once for concurrent session login licenses. Create users who can be any role (viewer, build, admin, or architect).
DashboardFox was designed from the ground up with non-technical business users in mind. The most common thing Tableau organizations say when they see DashboardFox is they could never see replacing Tableau for their data analysts, but they can clearly see where DashboardFox is a better fit for data consumers/business users.
With DashboardFox you pay for the software once and it’s yours to use. Plus with our concurrent session licensing model, you can provide dashboards and reports to as many users as you need. While Tableau pricing starts at $840 per year for a single creator license and then you have to pay at least $420 for every viewer plus add-ons for power features.
Tableau was recently acquired by Salesforce, so who knows what the future will bring. But in general, Tableau is not going anywhere anytime soon. It’s a core focus of Salesforce and you have a multi-billion dollar corporation pouring tons of resources into it. With DashboardFox you’re working with a bootstrapped company with ambitious plans, but the value to you, you’re a big fish in a small pond. Expect amazing support, responsiveness to adding the features you need into the product, and a company that gives you attention with a personal touch.