Dave Keys knows data. At work, Dave is an experienced data architect who uses Tableau to help clients find data solutions. But for fun, Dave collects data for his competitive dragon boat team, the Manly Dragons. The team tracks paddling power and speed and visualizes the data in Tableau Public—bringing the team success in world-class events.
Decision Resources Group (DRG) is an information firm and Tableau OEM partner, helping healthcare companies maximize their data. In the following videos, Chief Data Officer Brigham Hyde discusses how Tableau helps DRG employees create dashboards in less than an hour, combining statistical power with diverse visual options. In the process, DRG is wowing clients with powerful dashboard tools.
EMC is all about big data—specifically helping businesses make the move to cloud computing. In this video, BI and Analytics Team Senior Manager Wendy Gradek explains how Tableau has helped EMC create dashboards that keep the business competitive in the market, while building a fruitful collaboration between business and IT.
For NHS Scotland, the nation’s health isn’t just about doctors and medicine—it’s about data. In this video, Head of Business Development, Michael Muirhead and Principal Information Development Manager, Jamie Gray discuss how Tableau provides speed-to-insight, gives authorized users innovative ways to explore data, and encourages a partnership between business and IT.
Komerční banka, one of the largest banks in the Czech Republic, wanted to improve data-driven decisions by speeding analysis and enabling self-service. The analytics team decided on Tableau, turning to Inekon Systems for training and technical consultation. Today, the bank’s analytics team is delivering self-service data insight in minutes, cutting weeks from decision timelines.
Tempero is a full-service social media management company, offering services in over 15 languages. Before Tableau, Tempero delivered data to clients in static reports and PowerPoint slides. Now, with Tableau Online, Tempero can share interactive dashboards in the cloud— leading to improved client relationships.
Online advice-website gutefrage.net uses Tableau in simplifying and accelerating their data-based decision-making process. By continuously monitoring important key figures and analyzing business data, the company benefits from Tableau's capability to easily integrate a wide variety of data sources. Tableau also allows users to work independently from central IT and significantly reduces workload and time requirements.
Digital analytics consultancy, Evolytics, works to make digital analytics into a true competitive advantage for international brands such as Hallmark, 7-UP, and Intuit. In this video, Ryan Sleeper, Director of Data Visualization & Analysis talks about how Tableau helps his clients better understand the role that data plays in day-to-day decision-making and long-term planning.
Financial services provider Kreditech uses Tableau to optimize its products and to monitor ongoing concerns like marketing performance.
Due to its intuitive operation and unsurpassed speed, Tableau emerged as the tool of choice from a comprehensive product evaluation and will be made available to all the company’s staff in the medium-term.
Strike is a leading North American provider of pipeline, facilities, fabrication, maintenance and integrity services for the oil, gas, utility and power industries. Strike’s integrated network of energy services ranges from upstream production, processing and gathering facilities to high pressure transmission and distribution lines. In this video, Megan Pate, Director of Business Information, talks about how Tableau has helped Strike:
At Sager Creek Vegetable Company, producing and distributing fruits and vegetables involves data at every step of the process. In this video, Matthew Hughes, Senior Manager of Business Intelligence at Sager Creek discusses how Tableau has helped them connect to data from two huge production environments in 8 hours—an effort that had been ongoing for two years. Today, Sager Creek Vegetables can:
Bridgei2i is an analytics solutions and platforms company that uses Tableau to communicate information with clients and improves processes. Using Tableau, Bridgei2i was able to get customized data on market size, cut down on report development time, and reduce spending on market forecasting.
Leading Swiss telecommunications provider Swisscom uses the Tableau platform to enable swift explorative analysis of huge datasets. In addition, Swisscom visualizes the results of other data mining tools in order to offer a comprehensive self-service BI solution for its marketing and sales experts.
Secretaría de Educación Pública (SEP) is responsible for developing and implementing education policies for the government of Mexico. In this video, Subdirector of IT, Eduardo Huitrón Chavarría talks about how Tableau has helped SEP enable self-service analytics for all employees, speed up analysis from years to minutes, and increase understanding with data visualization.
Online fashion specialist Stylight uses Tableau to support decision-making processes in its departments and locations around the globe. Through automated analyses and reporting based on a variety of internal and external data sources, the company was able to significantly reduce the formerly required manual effort.
Multimedios Redes provides telephone, internet, and television services to over 500,000 subscribers in Mexico. Watch data leaders at the company explain how they are using Tableau to save time, money, and gain “the power of data.”
MainPower needed an agile, centralised and easy-to-use business intelligence tool to leverage collected data sets across multiple sources. Since using Tableau, MainPower has enjoyed a number of benefits including:
Tableau Drive helps businesses scale self-service analytics across their organization. In this video, leaders share how the Drive methodology has helped their companies overcome hurdles and increase adoption.
Tableau User Group leaders from Boston, Atlanta, and Hong Kong discuss what makes the Tableau community unique—mutual learning and passionate users.
At Irish airline Aer Lingus, data is crucial to scheduling pilots and crew, meeting costs, and maintaining safe planes. In this video, Production Planning Manager Jonathan Capper discusses how Tableau helps him become a “one-man band” of data visualization.