The Logi Studio is really easy to use and makes a great companion for developers to quick build out reports, analytics and product worthy pieces.
Visualizations are very pretty, right out of the box, without much need to customize colors, size of charts, or fonts.
The recent addition of the Theme Builder has made the job of customization almost too easy.
The data modeling and meta data building and database interpreter helps speed up the more tedious tasks of mapping and working with the database.
The training session we attended at Logi headquarters was not all that helpful as a developer who had already worked his way through some of the Logi basics.
While the studio is developer friendly, and we initially wanted senior developers to step away from major reporting building and push that task to our junior developers. The Studio can be a daunting beast to work through when you're not a seasoned developers.
We've always struggled with the idea of drill downs, as we have come from a home grown solution of reporting via tables. Creating proper drill downs between reports and data can be a bit of a chore.
We evaluated a number of embedded solutions when we first looked at expanding our product with embedded analytics. Out of all the solutions we looked at, Logi was by far the best embedded product we could find. If you have a web software you want to expand with reporting and analytics, take a good look at Logi.
We sell software to higher education institutions that focus on faculty productivity. Having analytics and reports at the ready, gives those schools the ability to make decisions quickly.