Luxoft Accelerates Business Reporting with Tableau’s Interactive Analytics

European IT service provider Luxoft decreases time needed for analysis from weeks to hours with Tableau Software

Publish Date: 28 Enero, 2013 - 06:00

Tableau Software, a global leader in rapid-fire business intelligence software, today announced that Luxoft has launched a new phase in accelerating its business reporting using Tableau Software’s interactive analytics. This leading Central and Eastern European (CEE) IT services provider, specializing in application development and product engineering services, chose Tableau’s business intelligence software as a standard in transforming data discovery, visualization and analysis. This next-generation approach to business intelligence drives more accurate decision making and greatly reduces time to market for business stakeholders: reports that used to take weeks to generate are now available in hours. Simultaneously, improved decision making process is helping Luxoft to better monitor revenue opportunities for software development and deliver more consistent and rewarding service to their clients.

“Tableau is further enabling Luxoft’s enterprise technology, putting controls directly into the hands of our decision makers to better assist Luxoft’s clients,” said Pavel Khristolubov, Chief Operating Officer, Luxoft. “By analyzing large complex data using fast, easy and visual self-service analytics, Tableau minimizes the learning curve and additional effort involved in deriving business intelligence from a given set of data. By making the Tableau Server platform for interactive analytics a corporate standard, Luxoft moves towards further agility as an organization, better aligned to quickly react to market opportunities.”

The enterprise-wide reporting solution was deployed by Luxoft to approximately 200 Luxoft sales, marketing, customer support and development staff in just two weeks. Tableau provides the team with a powerful set of dashboards that cover a wide variety of company performance indicators. Users of the system have the flexibility to filter, highlight and drill down to the basic level of details while having access to interactive visualizations, and the ability to collaborate and quickly share insights.

The implementation of Tableau has also transformed transparency. Instead of relying on manual reports and slides during Luxoft management meetings, the company’s executives now rely on Tableau to quickly and effectively visualize their presentations and present the findings on smart whiteboards. By interacting with live data live during these meetings, executives can filter, sort, and discuss Luxoft business units’ performance data on the fly. The result is improved collaboration, faster decision making, and a more agile and innovative business. According to Luxoft, each presentation could often expose a dozen of follow-up questions—now however they cut straight to the answer.

About Luxoft
Luxoft, a principal subsidiary of IBS Group, is a provider of advanced application and software engineering outsourcing services for global and regional enterprises. Luxoft builds partnerships with its clients, such as Boeing, IBM, Deutsche Bank, UBS, Harman, Avaya, Alstom, and Sabre based on the culture of engineering excellence, innovation, and deep domain expertise. Luxoft offers international delivery capability through its network of state-of-the-art delivery centers in North America, Eastern Europe, and Asia.

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