Tableau Names Winners of 2014 Partner Awards

Six Partners Receive Awards at Las Vegas Event

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Tableau (NYSE: DATA), a global leader in rapid-fire, easy-to-use business analytics software, recognized its partners with a series of awards during its annual Partner Summit in Las Vegas this week.

“Our annual Tableau Partner Summit provides an opportunity for us to acknowledge partners doing exemplary work to help customers see and understand their data,” said Scott Jones, Senior Vice President for the Americas region at Tableau. “Our partners bring a diverse range of solutions and services to our customers and we’re excited to recognize their contributions.”

Tableau’s Partner awards recognize excellent performance and notable achievements for its global partners in 2014. This year winners were awarded in six categories:

  • LATAM Partner of the Year: CSC Brazil

Nominees: AccuratiO SA, Datateam Consulting, and ReSolt

  • Alliance Partner of the Year: Slalom Consulting

Nominees: Kforce, Mikan Associates, Neudesic, Saama

  • OEM Partner of the Year: Homecare Homebase

Nominees: Abbott Informatics, GE Healthcare, Stanley Healthcare, and Zilliant

  • Technology Partner of the Year: Amazon Web Services

Nominees: Alteryx, Cloudera, Informatica, and Teradata

  • Rookie Partner of the Year: CoEnterprise

Nominees: DataBrains, Intellipeak, KForce, and Knowledgent

  • VAR Partner of the Year: InterWorks

Nominees: CSC Brazil, Teknion, and USEReady

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