Here at Tableau, we see the power of the Tableau community every day—on community forums, on social media, and at TUG meetings. We are so fortunate to have a whole community of people committed to helping each other see and understand their data.
On top of all that you do, many of you have also taken the time to write thoughtful reviews of your Tableau experience on business software review sites such as Computer World’s IT Central Station, TrustRadius, and G2Crowd.
Just as Yelp, Amazon.com, and TripAdvisor have changed the way we shop for restaurants, books, and vacation destinations, these software review sites above are changing the way people shop for enterprise technology. They bring some much-needed transparency to the enterprise software-selection process.
More and more people today are reading software reviews written by real users before making purchase decisions. TrustRadius, a review site founded in 2012, told us that 26,310 people used its site in just the last quarter of 2015 to research Tableau.
Because many of you taken the time to give feedback, Tableau earned top honors in TrustRadius’s inaugural “Buyer’s Guide to Business Intelligence Software.” The report is based on 532 reviews of analytics software by authenticated site users.
Most recently, because of the positive reviews you’ve left on Computer World’s IT Central Station (the so-called “Yelp of enterprise technology”) the site recently listed Tableau as its top-rated business intelligence tool through January 2016.
You can read the full report here, or visit IT Central Station's website to read all the reviews (login required).