Chartio is for our BI. Internally it takes all our data and allows different teams to create charts they need. It makes data a lot easier to consume and is pretty user-friendly. There is a bit of an SQL learning curve but it’s largely manageable.
Co-founder & CEO - Brosa
Chartio provides very clean data visualization. It’s a free form dashboard making tool. I am not super happy with it--it’s quite expensive and I worry about the purpose. I can see how many people did what actions on my site but it’s hard to drive useful insights from these graphs. Sometimes data is interesting but useless because it is not clear why there is conversion.
CEO - Hive
We switched from Chartio to Periscope because Chartio got very expensive. Also, we did not like how they handled one issue that we had with them. We had an annual commitment, but we were not aware that they were prorating every additional user. We ended up giving them over 10000 dollars, and they would not scale back our account.
VP of Technology - Gust
Chartio is very easy to use.
Co-founder & CTO - Teem
We use Chartio to analyze data. Chartio is great because it has dashboards that are easy to build and share with the team, and it has all the main metrics that we are tracking. It tracks it on a daily or weekly basis. It has that data pumped in automatically which is really nice.
Co-founder & CEO - Student Loan Hero
Chartio is more powerful than RJMetrics for visualization. It also enables non-technical people to directly make queries. We are separating visualization services from the data warehousing and Chartio enables us to do so.
COO - Reverb.com
We started with Chartio; we used it for a month and it was great. The support was great, it was very responsive, it can write SQL queries, or drag and drop, but right now we do most of our analysis in Excel. From my background in investment banking, Excel is the ultimate analytics tool if you know how to use it.
Co-founder & CEO - Doughbies
The tool we use most often is definitely Chartio. It’s a really great tool, and we use it every day. We get all of our reports and pull lists out of there. Our finance team pulls out revenue reports from there. We’ve used Mixpanel in the past, and it was not useful for us.
Director of Marketing - Smart Lunches
The product team uses Chartio. We looked at other tools, like Looker, but Chartio seemed to be the best. And their support team is very good.
Co-founder & CEO - Townsquared
We've been pretty happy with Chartio. We have a pretty complicated product, and it’s customized for each user, so the analytics process/collection has been complicated. Chartio gives us a beautiful display with inputs into our database. It's visually great, updated in real time and connected to our database. You put your variables in and get returns immediately. We use it for so many things, including company KPIs, lower-level tracking, hypotheses that we want to run, etc. Anywhere we're collecting data, we're plugging that into Chartio. But if you really want to get value out of it, you have to do a little work--it's certainly not a plug-and-play solution.
Co-founder & VP of Operations - Voxy
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using Chartio
Chartio is a business intelligence and analytics platform that helps entrepreneurs manage and visualize their data through customizable graphics and charts. Chartio doesn’t gather data itself, but rather enables you to easily plugin and blend data from your other business intelligence tools. Some of its features include drag-and-drop user interfaces, 14 customizable ways of visualizing data, a query mode, and complete tablet and phone integration (the program is built in HTML5, so it works on any device without a special app).
Its users are almost exclusively Series B companies (Chartio’s plans tend to be a bit expensive), though some earlier-stage startups do dabble in the tool and appreciate the additional insight that Chartio provides.
Chartio customizes each plan to fit specific customer needs.
Visit the website: https://chartio.com/