MarkLogic & Tableau: Complementary solutions for fast data insight



MarkLogic helps companies integrate technology and develop business intelligence. In this video, country manager Jurriaan Krielaart and sales engineer Michel De Ru discuss how Tableau enables clients to become speedy and efficient with data.

At MarkLogic, clients receive insight into business intelligence and technology integration. In this video, country manager Jurriaan Krielaart and sales engineer Michel De Ru discuss “how MarkLogic and Tableau are leveraging each other's knowledge to help customers enable more data-driven decision-making.”

Tableau: What’s your favorite thing about partnering with Tableau?
Jurriaan Krielaart, country manager: What excites me about working together with Tableau is that both our organizations enable customers to make absolutely good use of data in their day-to-day work, right?

The biggest struggle that we see customers are having is that they are unable to really quickly use the silos within their organizations and combine data that's being stored in different kind of systems and files within organizations.

With the enablement of MarkLogic and Tableau, customers can be up and running—disintegrating those silos within a couple of weeks and build applications that they can leverage for their decision-making.

Tableau: That’s fantastic! Can you give us an example of a customer having this kind of success?
Jurriaan: It's really amazing. We just had a big event where our CEO was speaking and we had a large bank that's in Germany that was enabled to build an application within six months that they have been struggling with for over 18 months in the past with other technologies. So to leverage this kind of speed and to enable people to actually use the data, that's a great benefit for customers and hopefully for people that decide later on to choose the combination of MarkLogic and Tableau.

Tableau: Can you describe how the MarkLogic and Tableau offerings benefit the customer when implemented together?

Tableau and MarkLogic are really complementary to each other. It enables users to not only look at structured data, but also to look at unstructured data and make decisions based on that.

Michel De Ru, sales engineer: Tableau and MarkLogic are really complementary to each other. It really enables users to not only look at structured data, but also to look at unstructured data and make decisions based on that.

We are able to ingest all the unstructured data that you would have, like Word documents, tweets, social media data, and we can create a view on top of that. And by using that view we can connect to Tableau again and thereby visualizing all that data.

Additionally MarkLogic also integrates an enterprise search engine. And that really offers new kinds of functionality through Tableau, because users will now be able to use the enterprise search functionality, make a subsection of the data by using search, enterprise search, and then drill down through the graphic visualization that Tableau does.

Jurriaan: So it's been really interesting about how to see to see how MarkLogic and Tableau are leveraging each other's knowledge to help customers enable more data-driven decision-making. And that's really where we benefit. Lots of customers from MarkLogic are interested in Tableau and a lot of the customers from Tableau are interested in MarkLogic. So we think it's a perfect match between the two companies.

Tableau: What kinds of data do you deal with?
Jurriaan: It can vary from the text on web sites, PDF documents, XML data that's being stored in different sites and silos within organizations. To leverage that data no matter what the structure is that's the importance of MarkLogic. Being able to connect to that data via your dashboards and your business intelligence applications from Tableau enables customers to make decisions also on that kind of data.



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