This comparison takes into account BI tools features that are important for embedding:
|SeekTable||$||All must-have features are present. Powerful pivot tables with Excel export (preserves layout/colors).
Version control diffs/deployments are supported with XML backup/restore.
Very afforable pricing ($233/month with white-labelling).
|No built-in dashboards builder (yet) -- you have to organize dashboards by embedding several visuals on one page. Only basic chart types, no maps.|
|Holistics.io||$||Most must-have features for embedding are present.||Cloud-only (no self-hosted version). Pivot tables are basic (no expand/collapse).|
|Metabase||$$||Most must-have features for embedding are present.||No PDF exports. No Excel export for pivot tables.
Embedding requires "Enterprise" plan (starts from $15,000/year).
|Mode||$$||Most must-have features for embedding are present.||No PDF exports. Pivot tables are basic.|
|PowerBI Embedded||$$$||Huge gallery of visual types. Enterprise features.||On-premise subscription is rather expensive (PBI Premium = $4990/month). Direct-query mode is not supported for many data sources (like MySql).
No Excel export for pivot tables. No expland/collapse for pivot table columns. No diffs under text-based version control (PBIX is binary format).
|Sisense||$$$||All must-have features for embedding are present.||Rather expensive.|
|Redash||$||Redash is the wrong tool for embedded analytics.
Many must-have capabilities are not supported.
|Apache Superset||(free)||No secure embeds. Many must-have capabilities are not supported.|