The landscape for business intelligence and analytics tools is constantly changing. In 2014 we released a popular whitepaper on business intelligence for nonprofits. Since then there have been many changes and new entries to the market, so this series of posts will feature four new tools we’ve seen most commonly used at nonprofit organizations. Our goal is to provide quick snapshots highlighting the basic features and functionality of each product. Organizations just starting to examine their choices will be able to quickly see the basic differences between the tools, and start to clarify which tools might be suitable for their organization. If you have specific questions about getting started with your own analytics initiative, please download our paper “Introduction to Analytics for Nonprofit Executives” or contact us directly to discuss your specific needs.