Computer Weekly: Online gambling sector bets on business intelligence



In this interview with Computer Weekly, WildTangent's Business Intelligence Director, Scott Moran, explains how Tableau helped WildTangent share data internally from a trusted, single source. Moran describes the shift from "arguments saying 'where does your data come from, I don't trust your data'" to an environment where users trust the data and can "focus on the business issues at hand."

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Summary: WildTangent, a worldwide distributor of mobile, social and online games, faced a business intelligence roadblock encountered by many organizations; business decisions weren't being made quickly enough because much of the data lived in silos, and came from various sources. In this interview with Computer Weekly's Lindsay Clark, WildTangent's Business Intelligence Director, Scott Moran, explains how Tableau helped WildTangent share data internally from a trusted, single source. Moran describes the shift from "arguments saying 'where does your data come from, I don't trust your data'" to an environment where users trust the data and can "focus on the business issues at hand." With Tableau, everyone at WildTangent was able to quickly and easily visualize data and make more informed decisions."

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