For Business Analysts

DataVirtuality is the heart of an organization's data infrastructure that accesses and centralizes data into your BI tool.

Empowering Business Analysts

Business Analysts face a variety of challenges as a supporting role for various divisions in the company. Confusion around the scope of project and a miss-match of expectations between business needs and technology are the most common ones. Other challenges are frequently changing requirements and blaming business analysts as a result cannot be delivered in time.

With DataVirtuality you can tackle these challenges for successful data projects.

We make your life easier by enabling you to focus 100% on building logic for your business by giving you instant access to your data. 

  • We solve your pain of manually extracting relevant data from your data sources.
  • We give you instant access to your data sources  - self-service in 5 minutes.
  • We enable rapid prototyping with live-data - query data with SQL and access data without moving them first.

Self-Service Data Access

Access data from any data source

Connect to 150+ data sources, cloud services, files (XML, CSV, etc.) and API’s in minutes. Query data using your BI tools.

Query data in SQL

DataVirtuality makes all your data sources speak SQL. No matter if noSQL databases, CSV or XML files - query any data source with SQL and define your own extraction logic.

Create a central data model

Apply one data model to all your BI tools and establish organization-wide data definitions - independent from the underlying data source you use.

Gain highest flexibility

Your business sets the requirements, we help you to deliver. You need a new data field in your reporting? DataVirtuality enables you to connect new data sources and update your reporting in minutes - without the help of IT.

Resources for Business Analysts

Full stack vs specialized Business Intelligence tools

Why you need DataVirtuality for BI

Case study: Agile data integration for

I like how easy it is to query databases and APIs with basic SQL commands. I do not have to worry about different dialects or how to query the data. Every database and API looks like one big table where I can query all the data I want.

Ivo Fritzsche

Senior Business Intelligence Manager