Adding Value with Embedded Analytics

A guide to embedding with Tableau

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Data is everywhere and is being used to make decisions more and more often. As a result, being able to access data and analyze it from anywhere is becoming even more important. Only embedding analytics can provide the level of access to business intelligence needed.

Embedding Tableau helps you take your product to market faster, quickly deploy new analytics content, and fulfill change requests in moments. In this paper, you’ll learn more how Tableau integrates with:

  • Simple web pages
  • Custom web portals
  • 3rd party applications
  • Customer-facing products
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What's really going to make big data go mainstream is the ability to connect not just with data scientists and technologists but business people. And absolutely one of the keys to that is visualization, is being able to show people—not just tell people, not just show numbers or even show charts—but to have those charts and graphs and visualizations come alive.

About Beinex LLC

A pioneer in audit analytics, risk analytics and visual data discovery space. Beinex’s mission is to transform the way individuals and the organizations work with the data through innovation and experience. With 20 years of combined experience in Tableau and are led by professionals who have successfully delivered Tableau projects in the region for large private and public sector organizations, Beinex offers a broad range of robust and scalable business intelligence and analytics services to drive effective decision-making and create business value.

About Tableau

Tableau helps people transform data into actionable insights. Explore with limitless visual analytics. Build dashboards and perform ad hoc analyses in just a few clicks. Share your work with anyone and make an impact on your business. From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Tableau to see and understand their data.



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