The Information Lab offers Tableau training and consulting to businesses in the U.K. and Europe. Martijn Verstrepen, Consultant and System Integrator, speaks about his Tableau journey. Before Tableau, Martijn analyzed web data in Excel and raw databases. The process could take weeks to create a monthly report. With Tableau, Martijn can create the same report within hours and answer complex questions with just a few clicks.
This leading Finnish manufacturer of vehicle-mounted, aerial platforms uses Tableau to make its reporting easier to produce, share, and understand. Using visual analytics, Bronto Skylift cut production forecasting time from one day to one hour. They now base decisions on data just two hours old, compared to one month previously. And report accuracy has also grown by as much as 20%.
Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ) is a leading media and newspaper company, based in Zurich. We talked to Markus Barmettler, Head of Analytics and Market Research at NZZ, about how his team moved from a Microsoft Excel-based reporting system to a modern Tableau solution. Today, team members at NZZ use Tableau to discover irregularities in their data, recognize readers' preferences, and analyze marketing campaigns.
Specialist cancer center, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust serves over 44,000 patients a year. In the following video, Business Intelligence Manager Daniel Tibble explains how the organization produces nurse assessment dashboards on Tableau Server. Nurses can track patient assessments in real time, leading to better patient care.
DARTSLIVE plans, manufactures, and sells online darts machines. They also run bars where their customers can play darts with their machines. In this video, Mr. Tomoyuki Okawa, General Manager in the Business Analysis Department, Corporate Planning talks about how Tableau enables them to work more efficiently in a shorter amount of time.
Gaming analytics startup SuperData had a devoted cadre of customers. But the company’s spreadsheet-based deliverables process was too slow to allow for growth and sales leaders worried that customers weren’t engaging with the data as deeply as they could. After building a solution built on Tableau and Amazon Redshift, SuperData has cut hours from reporting, increased flexibility, and delivered a customer-delighting new product.
PT Paramount Enterprise International (Paramount Enterprise) is one of the leading property development and lifestyle companies in Indonesia. Paramount Enterprise develops townships, integrated mixed-use developments, real estate, and warehousing projects. The company chose Tableau to get a clear view of their operations, using dashboards to drive business performance.
Merkle is a global marketing agency, emphasizing data and technology. In this video, Business Intelligence Manager, Amanda Gessert talks about how she uses Story Points in Tableau to present interactive visualizations to customers.
EY serves over 150 countries with their professional service offerings. One of those offerings is risk management and fraud protection. With Tableau, EY has pleased clients with dashboards where they can instantly drill down and identify outliers. Tableau has enabled the company to save clients millions of dollars with customized datasets and prevent fraud before it ‘snowballs.’
For EMC, assisting companies with cloud computing is about storing, analyzing, and understanding data. In the following video, Director of Global Quality for the Total Customer Experience Group, Jenny Beazley, and Consultant Program Manager for CS Analytics Steve Scales, share how they are producing interactive visualizations for customers at their annual EMC World conference.
In this video, professionals discuss data visualization and the impact that data storytelling can have on individuals and the world. Hear thoughts from Peter Misner, Principal at Canyon Creek Elementary, Cheryl Phillips, Hearst Professional in Residence at Stanford University, and Robert Kosara, Research Scientist at Tableau Software.
Sophia University, established in 1913 by the Catholic Society of Jesus, is one of Japan’s leading private universities. To remain competitive the university established the Office of Institutional Research (IR). The IR team analyzes enormous amounts of data related to curriculum and administration for strengthening its management of the university. With Tableau, the university can visualize various data on the admissions processes and other factors including student’s high school ratings and their performance after enrollment. They are using Tableau to visualize the data of Test of English for Academic Purposes (TEAP), a new admission process implemented in 2015, to effectively design their admission policy.
Tesla Motors, Watts Water, and Sager Creek Vegetable Company may produce very different products, but they have Tableau in common. In this video, manufacturing leaders discuss how Tableau has helped them improve production processes and identify areas of opportunity.
Ciena Corporation is a global manufacturer of communications network equipment and solutions. Their customers are large, global carriers, including AT&T, CenturyLink, and Comcast. Ciena uses Tableau Online as part of their analytics offering to customers. Today, Ciena consultants can identify meaningful trends, outliers, and dive into details like never before.
The math didn’t add up: one analyst, supporting 500 salespeople, who all wanted to dig into petabytes of data. LinkedIn needed to enable their salespeople to do structured analysis of this huge dataset. Now, with Tableau Server, 90% of the sales team can get the analytics they need, when they need it.
Ark Schools is an international education organization based in the United Kingdom. With 35 schools in the network, Ark needed a flexible tool, where teachers and leaders could access data from anywhere. In the following video, Director of Program Support Joshua Perry explains how Tableau Server gives teachers, administrators, and others in the organization access to the data they need—in a matter of minutes.
The Magnum Group wanted to get a better understanding of their data from over 200 franchises in the Baltics. In this video, Business Development Project Manager Alo Arro explains how Tableau facilitates efficient use of shelf space in supermarkets, allows employees to analyze their data, and encourages new business concepts that are changing the organization.
The University of Michigan Health System was tired of slow, inaccurate report generation, and the oddities associated with an archaic billing system. In this video, Jonathan Greenberg, the Director of the Fast Analytics team discusses how Tableau revolutionized their data analytics—saving UMHS over 5,000 hours within a year.
With thousands of Tableau Desktop users and over 1,000 workbooks on their production server, Deloitte understands the importance of data governance. In this video, Angela Alini, Senior Manager, Insight and Innovation explains how Deloitte leverages Active Directory on Tableau Server with consumer and publisher groups—creating collaboration between business and IT.
Playlab, a leading game developer and publisher, uses Tableau to visualize their data to help with game design and development decisions. These decisions enhance the gameplay experience for customers. According to Playlab’s Chief Growth Officer, the team has since had a 200 to 300 percent improvement in time savings in turning data to insights.