Webinar on-demand

Uncovering every day opportunities with analytics at American Family Insurance

Visual Analytics has been making a difference at American Family for nearly five years. Analysis of their insurance areas of the business such as sales, claims, operations, and customers are prevalent. This set the foundation to take Tableau’s self-service visual analytics beyond just insurance at American Family.

In this webinar, you will learn how self-service analytics is allowing American Family to ask and answer questions of their data for:

  • Talent development
  • Human resources
  • Facilities management
  • Corporate responsibility

Watch the video today and hear how Tableau is used to measure, analyze, share, and improve the way business is done, making stronger organizations.

About the speakers

Sarah Weber

Lead Tableau Support Resource, American Family Insurance

Sarah is the Lead Tableau Support Resource for the Business Enablement Team at American Family Insurance.


Greg Haislip

RVP Strategic Banking, Financial Services, Tableau

Greg Haislip leads the Strategic Banking Sales team for Tableau in the US. He is responsible for overall client satisfaction, revenue growth and account management for the Top 20 largest banks in the US

Prior to joining Tableau, Greg was a Global Accounts Director for several enterprise software firms in the Financial Services sector including Microsoft, Oracle and Good Technology. Greg was also part of Microsoft’s Financial Services Group for eleven years where he was part of the original team that launched the Financial Services vertical. He also held several positions including Global Client Director for Bank of America, Director of Industry Solutions for the US Banking segment and Managing Director for Financial Services strategy for the Consulting Organization in North America.

Greg has over 35 years of Financial Services experience and spent 10 years in commercial and retail banking prior to moving into the technology industry. Greg holds a BS in Finance from the University of Florida.

Jim Ericson