3 Steps to Data-Driven Retailing: Make it Visual, Actionable & Easy

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Learn how Real World Retail works with retailers across the UK and Ireland to transform their business through better use of data. <br><br> <img src="http://cdns.tblsft.com/sites/default/files/webinars/real-world-retail.png" width="193" height="28" alt

Real World Retail works with retailers across the UK and Ireland to transform their business through better use of data. They've successfully developed a Decision Support System based on Tableau technology that puts insight at retailer's fingertips in an easy, visual and actionable way.

For Real World Retail's clients, data visualisation transforms how they operate their business. When everything is data-orientated, employees can hone in on the important KPIs to analyse and explore real-time data at the speed of business and make conscious choices to change direction or strategy for the best results. Traditionally, businesses were viewing reports only about past results, and were unable to make choices that could improve the outcome. Data visualisation removes this hurdle for retailers.

Throughout the webinar attendees will hear specific retail examples to learn:

  • How Tableau’s visualisation capabilities can convert distracting data quantities into real insights in one view.
  • The use of Tableau actions to hide information until needed.
  • The use of dashboards to track KPIs in a retail environment.
  • How visual analytics can transform the success of retail enterprises.
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A well-crafted, thoughtful visualization makes the light bulb go off. You just don't get that with a spreadsheet.

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