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Still a Leader: New Reports from Gartner and Dresner Recognize Logi for Embedded Analytics

By Michelle Gardner
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It’s clear that embedded analytics are a growing priority for application teams. While adoption of standalone self-service tools continues to decline (down 20 percent since 2014), adoption of embedded analytics has never been higher (60 percent this year). Additional findings from Logi’s soon-to-be-released State of Embedded Analytics Report found that 72 percent of application providers plan to increase their investments in embedded analytics within the next year.

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That’s why Logi is thrilled to once again be recognized as a leader in the embedded analytics market in two recent analyst reports.

For the second consecutive year, Logi ranked first for embedded analytics out of 16 vendors in Dresner Advisory Services’ Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study.

Gartner also recognized Logi for embedded analytics, giving the company the second-highest score out of 24 vendors for OEM and embedded business intelligence (BI). Logi scored 4.14 out of 5 in Gartner’s 2017 Critical Capabilities for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms.

It’s no surprise that embedded analytics is a growing category. “End users don’t want to spend their time switching between their primary application and a separate analytics tool,” writes Anne Moxie from Nucleus Research in the report, Augmenting Intelligence with Embedded Analytics. Embedded analytics solves this issue by embedding analytics in the applications people already use. Embedded analytics has been shown to drive user adoption, improve business productivity, and enable smarter business decisions by putting information in context.

Nucleus estimates that 90 percent of analytics solutions for business users will be embedded in other core applications within the next 5 years. For companies considering embedded analytics or planning to enhance their current analytics offerings, it’s important to partner with a third-party embedded analytics platform that is constantly improving. The right platform will ensure your analytics are always modern and updated.

As users increasingly turn to embedded analytics, Logi is pleased to continue to deliver an industry-recognized, extensible development platform that allows product teams to rapidly build and deploy new, sophisticated analytics capabilities in their applications.


Originally published March 28, 2017; updated on April 6th, 2018

About the Author

Michelle Gardner is the Director of Corporate Marketing & Communications at Logi Analytics. She has over a decade of experience writing and editing content, with a specialty in software and technology.