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:
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:
Flash sales site Vente-Exclusive 'has something new to sell every day,' leading to billions of data points. In this case study, Wouter Cuypers, Product Manager at Vente-Exclusive explains how they are leveraging Google Cloud Platform to store and process data, and Tableau to visualize and share it across the company. Today Vente-Exclusive is able to:
Mobile gaming company Spil Games struggled to understand masses of data stored in multiple sources across the company. After choosing Tableau, the company was able to unlock new levels of data insight, including:
Far EasTone Telecommunications, a leading telecommunication and digital application services provider in Taiwan, adopted Tableau to allow business users to work effectively and efficiently with data. This puts the power of business intelligence and data analysis into the hands of its business users and dramatically shortened time taken from data to insights.
Media evaluation company truestar helps Japanese companies make their advertising more efficient, productive, and transparent. In this video, Senior Director and CBDO Toshikuni Fuji tells how Tableau has helped make the company:
At BizReach, connecting job-seekers with jobs requires a wealth of information on both the employer and the prospective employees. In this video, Service Planning Manager & Media Producer Shinichiro Ogawa discusses how Tableau has resulted in drastic time savings, allow much more time for real analysis.
Rakuten is Japan’s largest e-commerce and Internet company with a global market. In this video, Chihaya Akaike from Rakuten's Strategy Planning Group discusses how Tableau allows him to deal with data that was previously too huge to handle—and how that allows for improved performance, particularly in sales.
At GLS JAPAN K.K., becoming a successful invitation-only online retailer means making the right decisions—fast.
In this video, Director of Buying & Merchandising, Junichi Katori, explains how Tableau is helping him to get data analytics in-hand up to 30% faster than before.
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:
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.