Yes, SeekTable offers free personal accounts, and we don't plan to remove them in the future.
With paid subscription you can unlock additional SeekTable functionality:
It is possible to share your cubes and/or reports with your team members using team-sharing feature:
You can easily evaluate this feature with free 14-day trial: just click on "Share to team" and then activate your trial. If you need more time to test team sharing functionality feel free to contact us.
In case of live data source (like a database) you might want to automate report generation on schedule (say, daily or weekly) and get a report with newest values directly to your email inbox, without the need to open SeekTable website. This feature will be available for paid subscriptions with the following options:
SeekTable is based on PivotData microservice which exposes web API that can be used for reports generation from your webpage or web application. API is secured with JWT and requires special access token.
Access to API is activated by special paid subscription. If you are interested in trial please contact us.
We realize that in some cases you cannot use SeekTable as a cloud service for number of reasons - say, if you have sensitive data that should not leave your company's intranet or your local computer.
You still can use reporting functionality provided by
self-hosted SeekTable which is available as docker images.
Also, if you're looking for embedded usage, you can download PivotData microservice product (this is reporting engine used by SeekTable) and integrate web pivot builder into your web application.
In some cases you may have a CSV or Excel file that is already accessible with an URL:
SeekTable can track changes in the URL and download fresh data if needed; for example, you can update your CSV file in Google Sheets and these changes will be reflected in SeekTable reports.
If you're insterested in this feature please let us know.
If this database is SQL-compatible and it has Linux ODBC driver we can add it to the list of supported connectors. Examples of such databases: