Here at Tableau, we get to hear amazing stories about what our customers are doing every day. From transportation to retail to entertainment to education, customers in all industries and job functions are doing amazing things with their data. But there's one customer who defies all classification, and he's just agreed to do a case study with us.

His name is Santa Claus.

Toy trends change rapidly, and it's no mean feat to manufacture and deliver gifts to millions of households each year! So how does Santa keep up with it all? By visualizing his data.

Every week this month, Santa will be sharing a new dashboard that he uses to manage one area of his business. First up is Santa's go-to dashboard for monitoring toy quality in his worldwide workshops. Explore it below, and discover the top reasons for toy defects—and how Santa fixes them with style and speed!

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Ha ha ha ...... love it. This is almost as good as NORAD's sleigh tracker.

Would love to see the final production curves from Oct 27-Dec 24.
And an estimate of the # of defective toys headed to their island. It may not be able to hold them all.

Gingerbread Glade. October 25th. Toy defect rate 119%? How can you have a defect rate of 119%?

Gingerbread Glade data defect rate: 100%!

-Data Grinch

How do we get toy defect rate of 208%? Is that an error?


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