How Culture and the Right Analytics Drive Success for Leading Organizations in Asia and The Pacific

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Self-service analytics is helping information workers everywhere identify new insights that improve their businesses. In the past two or three years, we’re seeing an increasing number of Tableau users coming from Asia and the Pacific regions.

How are decision-makers in these regions using self-service analytics? How is the adoption of this new technology impacting organization’s performance and culture?

To get the answers, we commissioned IDC – an industry research firm - to survey business intelligence and analytics users located in Japan, Australia, India and Singapore.

IDC found that organizations with a strong analytics culture supported by upper management see significant improvements to organizational performance. When managers are more involved in promoting the use of analytics, the users report:

  • 6X more frequently that ad-hoc, on-demand access and multi-dimensional analysis technology needs are fully met
  • 3.4 X more frequently that data visualization technology needs are fully met

Read this whitepaper to learn:

  • Why meeting the analytical needs of business users matter to organizational performance
  • How to encourage adoption of analytical tools in your organization

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We are moving to a much more data-driven, data decision driving kind of culture, which is why I think it’s the perfect opportunity for something like Tableau.

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