The best choice for modern cloud analytics, especially if embed is a priority
I've had a great overall experience with Qrvey, both as an analyst using the tool to generate reports/insights and as a consultant setting up Qrvey installations. It's a very powerful tool that also manages to be easy to use and teach.
My litmus test for analytics software is whether you can use it to drive insight/action that offsets the license & implementation cost of the tool - I think Qrvey is more than capable of this.
It can ingest and harmonize a wide range of data, and ever supports creating forms for data collection
The UI is very clean, but also manages to pack in a lot of features and customizability.
Comes with a full fleshed-out workflows/automation tool out-of-the-box. This makes it possible to set up scheduled exports and integrations without having to bring in a separate automation tool.
Extremely customizable in the embed scenario - you can put a chart right into your own web app without iFrames, and even embed the chart builder.
If you already use AWS, it fits right into your environment.
Qrvey is a relatively new player in the analytics space, which means it doesn't yet have the kind of ecosystem around it that something like PowerBI does. For our use case, though, the difference in featureset (chiefly embeddability) outweighed this.
There are some more obscure chart types I'd like to see added, but I believe it's on the roadmap.
If you're not familiar with APIs or cloud services, some administrative tasks might be difficult. There is a graphical administration page, though.
Great solution for data collection and analytics
My experience overall with Qrvey was positive. As I said, the platform is comprehensive. However the ability to connect various datasets is valuable. And the reports and dashboards are stellar.
Ability to connect various datasets and make dashboards without the need of engineers. Great customer support.
Due to a comprehensive platform at times it can be hard to know where to start. Sometimes too much functionality can be confusing.