I like the interface. I think it is fairly user-friendly once you get over the learning curve.
It is fairly easy to get the reports that you want put together.
I like the scheduling capabilities for automatic delivery.
Easily export to Excel.
Can embed reports in Excel and build sheets around those embedded reports.
SQL "helper" window to create calculated columns, etc.
What do you dislike?
I don't like the "joins" creation page-- I don't think it explains very well what that means.
I would like if the scheduling of report delivery could be even more specific-- even down to selecting specific days each month to deliver reports.
Our main issue is how long it can take some reports to generate-- hours, and sometimes even then, the report doesn't complete. We have a restriction that kills off requests that run longer than 3 hours because of the system resources this was consuming at one point.
No charts, no visualization of data.
Export to Excel / Run in Excel options Not compatible with Office 2016
Basic report generation, no real business intelligence capabilities.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Carefully consider your options in how you set up your data to be fed to Noetix. I'm not sure if it is the software itself or how we chose to index our data, but we are now moving away from Noetix because it doesn't have the capabilities / power to serve our entire organization.
Also, bring in a reputable trainer and create some internal experts on report creation, but restrict the number of users that can create and publish reports-- otherwise you will likely end up with a massive drain on resources when users create a schedule reports that aren't the most efficient or are repeats of existing reports.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Oracle E-Business Suite didn't offer enough in the way of reporting, so we implemented Noetix in addition.
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