MicroStrategy Reviews, Pricing, Ratings and FAQs

Learn about MicroStrategy's data analytics solutions for small businesses. Includes info on MicroStrategy, free trials, pricing, reviews and FAQs

Updated on May 12th, 2019

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MicroStrategy is an analytics and mobility platform for small businesses. Features include embedded analytics, identity and telemetry, and cloud functionality. Businesses use MicroStrategy to harness data.

MicroStrategy Pricing:

MicroStrategy costs between $600.00 and $5,000.00 a month, according to SMBGuide research. MicroStrategy does not list pricing on its website.

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MicroStrategy Review:

Pros: Mobile app is great. It is full of advanced features.

Cons: Software is challenging to setup and manage. Custom reports difficult to create.

Bottomline: MicroStrategy is a feature-rich, reliable analytics option for businesses. It is important to setup all attributes beforehand.

MicroStrategy News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

January 25, 2019

MicroStrategy: AI Strategies Becoming a Necessity, More Explainable AI are Among Top 2019 Trends to Watch

January 9, 2019

MicroStrategy 2019 introduces ‘biggest breakthrough in analytics in over a decade’

January 8, 2019

MicroStrategy 2019 platform touts 'zero-click' analytics

MicroStrategy Key Information:

Co-founders

Michael J. Saylor and Sanju Bansal

Founded

1989

Headquarters

Fairfax County, Virginia, United States

CEO

Michael J. Saylor

Number of Employees

2,216

Phone

1 (703) 848-8600

Address

1850 Towers Crescent Plaza, Tysons Corner, VA 22182 USA

Website

www.microstrategy.com

MicroStrategy FAQs:

Is there a MicroStrategy free trial?

MicroStrategy does not offer a free trial at this time.

Where can I find the MicroStrategy login?

MicroStrategy does not have "login" facilities at this time.

What are some MicroStrategy alternatives?

MicroStrategy Reviews:

Reviewer

Review

SecretWolfMan - reddit.com

Microstrategy is great if your database schema is pristine.I'm not sure what has changed since Opentext acquired them.

Trek7553 - reddit.com

It has multiple layers of servers and processes that made it very complicated to install. If you had a full technical team working on it together it might be good, but for a small shop it is just too much work to get it running.