It depends on how many users you have. Both platforms offer free options which are good for learning and training your employees. The free learning tools also help you get a feel for what suits your business better.
Power BI starts at $10 per user per month.
Tableau starts at $70 per user per month.
Additionally, it depends on how many applications, the combination of applications, and how many users are going to work in the system. Overall, Tableau tends to be more expensive than Power BI, but it comes with support for big data sets, the increased availability of different visualization, and some other options that Power BI doesn’t include. However, that increase in price for Tableau over Power BI is really for you to decide for your company based on what you want to do with your company’s data and if you need that extra functionality.
As you can see, there are many different pros and cons to both business intelligence tools. In the end, it really comes down to what your organization currently has data-wise and what you want to achieve with that data. Want to know our opinion on which one you should use and how you should implement it? Contact us! Our data experts are here to help you from start to finish.