Tableau, a global leader in rapid-fire, easy-to-use analytics software, kicked off its Tableau Conference on Tour in Berlin today, the first time it has been held there. The sold-out two-day Conference will take place from June 8-10 at the Radisson Blu Berlin. It will feature 4 keynote sessions, 3 hands-on training sessions, as well as more than 20 general sessions delivered by Tableau leadership, customers, and industry champions.
Tableau’s Chief Executive Officer, Christian Chabot; Vice President of Product Management, Francois Ajenstat; and Country Manager for Germany, Austria and Switzerland, Henrik Jorgensen will present an opening keynote session, including a live demo of its latest product update, Tableau 9.0.
“We are thrilled to bring Tableau Conference on Tour to Berlin,” said Jorgensen. “Tableau Conference has always been an exciting event where the best and brightest from various industries come together to share and learn about data in a fun way, and we know the Berlin leg will be just as interactive and inspiring.”
Other featured keynote speakers include:
- Lars Thomsen, CEO and Chief Futurist, Future Matters,
- Professor, Dr. Andreas Seufert, Director, Institute for Business Intelligence, Steinbeis University Berlin
- Dr. John Medina, Author, “Brain Rules”
More than 5,000 companies and organizations in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) region use Tableau for fast, visual analytics, in industries including government, retail, education, healthcare, and more. Germany represents the second largest number of customer accounts in the EMEA region, behind Great Britain.
View a full agenda for Tableau Conference on Tour: Berlin at: http://ontour15.tableau.com/berlin and join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #data15.
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