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.
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.
amaysim is a leading online-led Australian mobile service provider. With over 10 billion call data records—and counting—there was great opportunity for amaysim to use that information to drive decision making. After re-designing its technology stack and introducing Tableau, amaysim was able to reduce time to insight by up to several weeks, visualise critical business data to support senior decision making, and improve workforce productivity.
SYSTEX Corporation, a leading Taiwan-based IT services provider, adopted Tableau as one of its standard reporting tools following a successful company-wide rollout of the software. The company’s leaders are firm believers that data should be returned to the people who created it, even SYSTEX President Frank Lin himself encourages his over 3,000 employees to expand their insights by leveraging data analytics and visualization.
AeroMéxico is a Mexico City airline, offering over 1,000 destinations in 178 countries. In this video, leaders discuss how Tableau has helped AeroMéxico see and analyze their data all in one place, improving processes and driving insights with “practically a single click.”
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:
The University of Dammam, founded in 1975, is a leading research university in Dammam, Saudi Arabia. In this video, Dr. Abdullah Alkadi, Vice President of Studies, Development, and Community Services for the University of Dammam discusses how Tableau has helped the university:
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:
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.”
The HotelQuickly mobile application helps people take advantage of hotel deals in more than 200 destinations across 15 countries in Asia Pacific partnering with over 6,000 hotels. As HotelQuickly’s business is growing rapidly, the company wanted to make more use of its data. After choosing Tableau, HotelQuickly has reduced analytics timelines, enabled new ways of looking at data, and allowed for faster business response in a time-sensitive industry.
Dentsu is the world's largest advertising company, with a diverse client-base spanning across the globe. Managing multinational campaigns requires a lot of analysis. With Tableau, Dentsu has been able to:
JetSuite is a private plane charter company redefining private aviation through transparent pricing, efficient operations, and award-winning safety practices. In this video, JetSuite's CEO, IT Director, and more talk about why they rely on Tableau Online to manage their business—“even on a JetSuite aircraft at 40,000 feet.”
Elaura helps companies across the globe establish and maintain effective teams. Elaura consultants use Tableau to analyze behavioral data and convey their results to clients. In this video, Jon Mason, CEO and Principal Consultant, talks about how Tableau has helped Elaura explore their data without coding, create a lifestyle grid for easy analysis, and effectively communicate their findings.
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.