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Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information. More than 26,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. And tens of thousands of people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites.

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Tableau Software

Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information.

More than 26,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. And tens of thousands of people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites.

 

 


| Help people see and understand data |

is Tableau’s favorite saying and the only thing it cares about. Since the launch of 2003, Tableau has focused to pull in its efforts towards incrementally pioneering what is known now as the best data visualization platform out there; which is also in no comparison to other similar business intelligence tools in the market.

Tableau’s core corporate value lies within its analytical product and nothing else. As a result, Tableau Desktop is truly one of a kind in its ability for data discovery, self-reliant BI and time to data. Having all these characteristics associated with its products, truly gives the ability to answer many of the different questions Tableau customers ask, wither they are in the financial industry, banking, industrial, manufacturing, FMCG, retail, investment or even government bodies like the department of healthcare or commerce.

The world of big data is inarguably what we live in now and data has become the new currency of modern day business. Areas like Business Intelligence, Business Analytics, Market Research and much more are what most companies are focusing on nowadays; aiding data-driven decisions to lower costs, drive-up sales, minimize risks and increase profitability and productivity.

So where does Tableau come in all of this? Everywhere! Form analyzing heaps of rows of data in seconds, to collaborating on a highly scalable server. Tableau sets no limitations on what insights can be truly undiscovered about your business, helping you improve it towards a successful path.


| Capturing – Storing – Analyzing – Sharing |

of data is the main core behind the great phenomena of BI. We do this to enable ourselves to make better and informed business decisions that are most determined to succeed.

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As Peter Ducker once said “You can’t manage what you don’t measure, and you can’t measure what you don’t see and understand”. measurement myopia

Tableau helps people see and understand data, using self-reliant technology any CXO or manager is able use in a jiffy. Back then, traditional BI was much more complicated and time consuming. Managers would have to wait for a long period of time to have a feel of what they were trying to observe and understand. All this has changed with the new concept of Self-reliant BI, a tool such as Tableau Desktop is the golden key for any CXO to be able access, view and analyze the information they want. Questions that were impossible to answer before can be answered within minutes if not seconds; Tableau is an analytical tool every manager should use.

Gartner magic quadrant for BI and analytics platform has ranked Tableau as the #1 BI platform for the past 4 consecutive years. This is something Tableau invests heavily in to maintain; nearly 25% of the company’s revenue gets thrown into R&D each year. This gives Tableau products the ability to keep representing what today’s information technology needs to be.

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| Business Intelligence – Information Analysis – Data Visualization |

  1. Tableau Desktop

    Tableau Desktop makes it easy to answer questions about your data visually, in minutes. Connect to any data and drag & drop to analyze. Create interactive visualizations and dashboards—all without any programming. Then share with a few clicks. Anyone who is comfortable with Excel can learn Tableau quickly.

  2. Tableau Server

    Tableau Server is business intelligence that provides browser-based and mobile analytics. No programming is required to create reports and dashboards. It’s a rapid-fire alternative to the slow pace and rigidity of legacy solutions. Tableau integrates with your data architecture, respects your security protocols and scales to the largest organizations

  3. Tableau Online

    Tableau Online is a hosted version of Tableau Server. It makes rapid-fire business analytics easier than ever. Share dashboards with your whole company and with customers and partners— in minutes. Provide live, interactive views of data that let people answer their own questions, right in a web browser or on a tablet. And do it in a secure, hosted environment

  4. Tableau Public Premium

    Tableau Public Premium is a commercial platform for online storytelling with data. It’s designed for educational institutions, government agencies and anyone with public–facing websites who wants to enhance their content with live, interactive data visualizations. The non-Flash based browser results make it a seamless and fun experience for both mobile and desktop viewers

  5. Tableau Public

    Tableau Public is a free service that lets anyone publish interactive data to the web. Once the data is published, anyone can interact with it, download it, or create new visualizations with it. No programming is required. And since it’s not Flash-based, it works in browsers and on tablets.


 Top 10 Business Intelligence Trends

Business intelligence initiatives continue to top the priorities list for leaders in every industry. Executives and employees alike both expect and demand simplified, faster, and mobile tools to see and understand their data.

The good news? BI technologies have matured, swinging the door open for anyone to access robust self-service analytics. Among these trends are

  • An increasing appetite for more advanced analytics to answer deeper questions
  • New approaches emerging for governance of self-service BI

Read this whitepaper to learn more about the top trends in business intelligence for 2016.



Top 10 Data Trends for 2017

2016 was a landmark year for big data with more organizations storing, processing, and extracting value from data of all forms and sizes. In 2017, systems that support large volumes of both structured and unstructured data will continue to rise. The market will demand platforms that help data custodians govern and secure big data while empowering end users to analyze that data. These systems will mature to operate well inside of enterprise IT systems and standards.

Where are things headed next? This paper highlights the top big data trends for 2017



Top 10 Cloud Trends for 2017

In 2016, cloud technologies went mainstream. But with maturity came the realization that moving to the cloud doesn’t happen overnight. CIOs are prioritizing hosted computing and cloud data storage. But they’re approaching the shift as a gradual, multi-year journey.

Many startups and small businesses will continue to go all-in on cloud. But enterprises will find success in a slow but steady move from on-prem. Hybrid ecosystems—of data, software, and infrastructure—will be the reality for most established organizations.

As this shift to cloud progresses where are things are headed? This paper highlights the top cloud trends for 2017



Six Trends in Retail Analytics for 2017

Business intelligence norms are evolving across the retail industry, and leading retailers are prioritizing analytics initiatives as a result. While the trend toward retail analytics isn’t new, maturing technologies and techniques are.

As mobility and artificial intelligence collide with data, both the consumer and the retailer inch closer to a more accurate, real-time analytics experience. This paper highlights 2017’s newest trends in retail and consumer goods analytics



Developing a Governed Self-Service BI Strategy

Only a few years ago, data lived in specific databases, and IT was its gatekeeper – if the business needed a report, only IT had the skills to prep that data and build the report. Today, in the era of “self-service BI”, the goal remains the same, but the roles have changed. IT takes on the role of data enabler and the business user becomes the report creator and consumer.

Many IT organizations are looking for ways to manage these shifts. In this eBook, we discuss how IT can deliver a solution that meets the needs of the business and gives IT the process they need to ensure data management principles are met. The end result is a strong collaboration between IT and the business that provides clean and governed data for the business to explore.


These free live online training sessions range from introductory to advanced Tableau Jedi tricks.


شرح كيفية انجاز تحليلات تلقائية، و كيفية تسهيل و تسريع العمليات

  • المشاركة والتعاون مع الزملاء والعملاء في جميع أنحاء عملية إعداد التقارير
  • القضاء على أكبر قدر من العمل اليدوي
  • إجراءالعمل بأكمله و الاكتفاء بأدارته باستخدام Tableau

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Getting Started

In this interactive introductory course, we’ll show you how to visually analyze data with Tableau:

  • Workbooks and worksheets.
  • Connecting to data.
  • Creating your first multi-dimensional analytics with shelves and marks.
  • Best means for presenting the hard numbers.
  • Adding context with reference lines and annotations.
  • Creating dashboards.
  • Publishing results.

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