Accelerate Visual Analytics with Tableau

TIAA Extended Trial Program

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Full-version trial. Expires Dec. 15, 2015

At Tableau, we commit both time and valuable resources to you. This ensure's you are properly connecting, analyzing and visualizing your data. This trial is the first step in helping TIAA build an analytical culture and make prompt data driven decisions.

Every department and business user can quickly learn and use Tableau. Tableau allows its users to connect to data in just a few clicks, then visualize and create interactive dashboards with a few more. Instead of relying on a small group of business intelligence or data specialists, business users are now self sufficient in creating ad hoc analysis and getting the answers needed to improve decisions and strategy.

If you use Excel, you can use Tableau!

As the standard data visualization software for TIAA and championed by a number of departments, you’ve already experienced the value and profound insight that’s realized with Tableau…. Imagine the impact and benefit if everyone was able see and understand their data!

We've created a special extended trial of Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server just for TIAA.

To start your trial, click on activate the product and enter the following product key: TDI9-2FC0-2640-0DED-C972

Trial will expire on Dec. 15, 2015

Questions? Please contact:
Christopher Roop
e: croop@tableau.com

We really wanted a self-service model. The folks in IT really didn't want to be the report writers, nor should they be. From an IT perspective, we can put Tableau where it belongs, in the hands of the folks that use the data and know the data.

About Tableau

Tableau Software helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information. More than 46,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. And tens of thousands of people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites.



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