Author: John Hormaechea

John Hormaechea

Biography

Author: John Hormaechea Job Title: Senior Sales Engineer |

John Hormaechea is a Senior Sales Engineer at Pyramid Analytics. John has previously worked at Microsoft as part of the SharePoint product marketing and Business Intelligence team. Before that he worked at ProClarity in various sales, consulting, and training roles. John uses his passion for customer success to maximize their investments. John enjoys the great outdoors of the Pacific Northwest with his spouse and small army of domesticated creatures.


Accelerating the data-driven business with collaborative BI

Accelerating the data-driven business with collaborative BI

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Dresner, Analyst Report |Category: Pyramid News | Published: 5/2/2017

Dresner has validated our approach with recognition in its Collective Insights report for the second year in a row. In this year’s report, we ranked #2 out of 18 vendors, establishing that Pyramid Analytics offers some of the strongest capabilities across key capability areas.

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Pyramid Analytics recognized in Gartner’s 2017 Critical Capabilities report

Pyramid Analytics recognized in Gartner’s 2017 Critical Capabilities report

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Gartner 2017 Critical Capabilities, Analyst Report |Category: Pyramid News | Published: 3/7/2017

The Gartner 2017 Critical Capabilities for Business Intelligence and Analytics report is an essential companion to the Gartner Magic Quadrant, providing deeper insight into the top analytics software solutions in the market today. Pyramid Analytics BI Office is proud to be recognized.

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Buying the right BI: Four questions to ask when choosing an analytics platform for your business

Buying the right BI: Four questions to ask when choosing an analytics platform for your business

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Tableau |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 2/8/2017

Choosing the wrong business intelligence platform can create IT bottlenecks, security and governance risks, and disconnected analytics experiences—as well as require a high cost of ownership. However, the right BI platform can quickly take your business from data-blind to data-driven, empowering your people to make smarter, more informed decisions that will drive your business forward. Learn the four questions every enterprise should ask when considering the best platform for their needs.

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Factors to Consider for the True High Cost of Tableau

Factors to Consider for the True High Cost of Tableau

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Tableau |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 1/23/2017

There are a lot of things to consider as you compare different analytics platforms. For costs, you can better calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO) by considering the full use across your enterprise in areas like content reuse, content management, report distribution, advanced analytics, and security.

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Meeting Customer Demand: New BI Office functionality enables next evolution of integrated experiences for Power BI users

Meeting Customer Demand: New BI Office functionality enables next evolution of integrated experiences for Power BI users

Author: John Hormaechea , Tags: Power BI |Category: BI Office Features | Published: 12/7/2016

As we further a commitment to empower our users, we are pleased to introduce new functionality in our flagship BI Office platform that allows customers to seamlessly import Power BI Desktop files into BI Office storyboards.

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