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Tableau Software (NYSE: DATA) today announced the general availability of Tableau 9.0, a major release of its fast visual analytics software. New capabilities help people to achieve more with data, answering questions at interactive speed.
“From the beginning, Tableau has been designed to help people stay engaged in their analytics flow, with a drag and drop interface and features designed for ad-hoc analysis,” said Chris Stolte, Chief Development Officer and co-founder of Tableau Software. “Tableau 9.0 furthers the notion of ‘flow’ with improvements that keep people engaged with their analysis rather than having to focus on writing new calculations or cleaning up the data.”
Customers using the Tableau 9.0 beta have this to say:
New Tableau 9.0 features include:
Attend a Tableau 9.0 roadshow near you to see new features and get hands-on with the product. Upcoming road show stops can be found at http://www.tableau.com/roadshow. Check out Tableau 9.0 online at http://www.tableau.com/new-features/9.0.
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