Analyze Cloud Business Data with Tableau's New NetSuite Integration

By Dan Kogan October 27, 2015

We are excited to announce a new integration with NetSuite, a provider of cloud-based financials/ERP and omnichannel commerce software suites.

With this free feature, you can export saved searches and reports from NetSuite to Tableau. Then you can find real-time insights and drive decisions using Tableau’s powerful analytics engine. You can also blend NetSuite data with other data to identify trends, set benchmarks, and spot new opportunities. (Note: The export option must be enabled by the NetSuite admin.)

Key benefits include:

  • Seamless business analysis: Through the joint solution, users can easily leverage ERP, CRM, and ecommerce data to identify key performance indicators (KPI) and gain insights into overall business performance.
  • Visual analytics: Interactive dashboards can dynamically filter data, split trends across different categories, or run an in-depth cohort analysis.
  • Deep statistics: Users can export critical business data to run trend analyses, regressions, correlations, and more.
  • Interactive mapping: Beautiful, interactive worldwide maps provide location-based insights into business performance.

Here’s a short video that shows this new feature in action:


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Submitted by Jon Moore (not verified) on

Are the exported files "live" against NetSuite data. And if not - is there an automated way to generate the exports to a location (like FTP, Dropbox, etc)?

Submitted by BillyGWilliams (not verified) on

None of this is in English. That video was very thorough

Submitted by Silvie (not verified) on

Excellent instructions for using dropbox, I log on and use dropbox on my pc.


Submitted by Carrie Gallagher (not verified) on

Wondering the same. We are possibly moving to NetSuite for our ERP Solution and am trying to determine this before we make our final decision.

Submitted by Carrie G. on

Did you ever get any insight on this?

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