Gensler, an international architecture firm, is using Tableau to improve productivity by connecting long-term planning with past performance. In this video, finance manager Patrick Robey talks about how Tableau is changing the way the firm does business.
Citrix Systems is multinational software company that provides server, application and desktop virtualization, networking, software-as-a-service, and cloud computing technologies. In this video, Kevin Sonsky, Senior Director of Business Intelligence with Citrix Systems, explains how a recent Tableau Drive engagement helped the company transition to a self-service environment.
International gaming companies like BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment deal with massive amounts of data—from transactions to game play to social media interactions. Watch these two videos to hear why BANDAI NAMCO chose Tableau as part of their move to a self-service data environment and how InterWorks is helping them make the shift efficiently.
VMware is best-known for its virtualization infrastructure solutions, used by roughly 500,000 customers worldwide. In the following videos, VMware’s Manager of BI and analytics, Ginger Victor, discusses how adopting the Tableau Drive methodology has created “a paradigm shift for the company.”
Eveready Industries India, Ltd (EIIL), is India’s largest-selling brand of dry cell batteries and flashlights and is also the world’s third largest producer of carbon zinc batteries, selling more than a billion units a year. Using Tableau, Eveready Industries gained valuable visual insights that helped the company significantly boost sales and improve efficiency in supply chain management. Using Tableau, EIIL has been able to:
Florida capital city, Tallahassee, provides services to more than 180,000 citizens. In the following videos, Business Systems Analyst David Carnes and Business Process Solution Manager Brian Scott discuss how the city is using Tableau to:
Wells Fargo & Company is a publicly-traded financial services company. In 2014, Wells Fargo served 70 million customers. Turning the data generated by these customers into actionable, easy-to-understand insights is a big job—and it’s tasked to a small team. In this video, three members of that team talk about how Tableau helps them spend less time reshaping data and more time understanding it.
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated (CCBCC), the largest independent Coca-Cola bottling firm in the US, serves 12 states. Since adopting Tableau, the business intelligence team at the CCBCC has:
Ashok Leyland, the second largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles in India, was undergoing a digital transformation—moving from being an IT-enabled to an IT-led organization. Ashok Leyland has effectively used Tableau to democratize data analysis and create smart insights that are defining strategy across business units and functional areas within the organization. Using Tableau, Ashok Leyland has been able to:
Texas Rangers players are known for making smart choices and agile moves on the baseball diamond. And this Major League Baseball team's front-office staff is doing the same—with data.
From analyzing ticket sales in near-real-time for optimal staffing to understanding just how all those peanuts, Cracker Jacks, and beer are impacting the bottom line—the Texas Rangers are using Tableau to be as nimble and smart in the front-office as their players are on the field.
India Swearingen, Director of Evaluation and Insight at United Way of the Bay Area discusses how Tableau helps the non-profit make the most of its limited staff, time and resources by using Tableau to share accurate data with decision-makers.
The Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group—better known to travelers by its brands: Radisson, Radisson Blu, Park Inn by Radisson and Hotel Missoni—needed the ability to make data-powered recommendations to more than 1,300 hotels across the globe.
In this video, Revenue Optimization Manager for the Americas, Mat Hughes discusses how the company proved ROI in two weeks and is able to answer questions in minutes that used to take days.
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics recently implemented Tableau to gain more insight into its data. The university has enjoyed benefits that include:
Ira Skop, a partner consultant at the NY-based risk management consultancy Shelter Island Risk Services, discusses how Tableau Online has helped his small business.
Hassett Willis is a management consulting firm specializing in helping government agencies. As part of its offerings, the firm provides analytics and IT consulting. Hassett Willis has chosen Tableau to help speed data insight, improve data governance and just generally see the larger story for better decision-making.
Watts Water Technologies is a global manufacturer of plumbing, heating, and water quality products. The strategic pricing team went from struggling to understand data from 25 million yearly transactions with Excel to, today, gaining insight “in 30 seconds” with help from Tableau. In this video, director of strategic pricing Kris Munson discusses how Tableau is “an absolutely huge time saver.”
LeanKit helps diverse clients visualize and improve project management. In this video, CTO Stephen Franklin discusses why they went from “build” to “buy” for their visual analytics solution. The short answer? Because Tableau helps to “deliver more value to the customer.”
Seattle-based Marchex helps companies understand—and improve—results from their mobile advertising. Marchex analyzes data from approximately 500,000,000 calls each year—and they’ve chosen Tableau to speed productivity and improve “data communication” throughout the company.
From patient safety and security to clinical workflow, environmental monitoring, and asset management, Stanley Healthcare’s sensor technologies produce data that is crucial to their healthcare customers. Watch this video to learn how they have integrated Tableau into their solutions to help customers get more out of their data.
Schools involve complex data that’s not easily understood: that data is vitally important during the formative years of middle school. In this video, N.R. Burger Middle School Principal Dr. Robert Williams tells how Tableau helps him make “move from notebooks and numbers to actual data and decisions.