Data is now everyone's business. How do you find the 'needle in a haystack' amidst mountains of data? Successful self-service analytics initiatives rely on timely, relevant and consistent data to deliver business insights. Informatica and Tableau together enable IT and Line-of-business collaboration and empower Tableau users to find and understand trusted data for analytics with agility and scale. Learn more
Enterprise Data Catalog (EDC) for Tableau
Analysts spend 80% of their time finding, understanding and preparing data. How can we improve this 80/20 ratio? Informatica and Tableau have partnered to empower Tableau users with Enterprise Data Catalog (EDC), from within their familiar Tableau environment. Informatica EDC is an AI-powered data catalog that enables Tableau users to find and understand enterprise-wide relevant and trusted data, right at the fingertips. Report creators can discover cloud and hybrid data assets using a ‘google-like’ semantic search and ML-driven recommendations. Report creators and consumers can understand data assets and reports via rich metadata provided along-side the data assets, dashboards and reports.
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Home Point Financial gains digital trust with their customers
"Informatica for the delivery and integration of the data, Snowflake for the hosting and the storage and then Tableau for the presentation and delivery, it's a great combination."
-James Newsom, Senior Director, Data Services, Home Point Financial
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services for Agile Cloud Analytics
Data volumes and sources are rapidly increasing, with an average of 16 SaaS solutions used by a company. To unleash the power of disparate data, Tableau users want to quickly blend and transform data for analysis. Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services™, a next-gen iPaaS (Integration Platform as a Service), offers data wizards, pre-built mappings, and templates to help business users get up and running with trusted, relevant data in Tableau. Citizen integrators and IT can rapidly and scalably integrate and cleanse data for analytics, from hundreds of cloud and hybrid data sources like Salesforce, Amazon Redshift, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Workday, SAP and Oracle.Watch now
Conquer Your Concur Data with Tableau & Informatica
Concur is frequently used across finance departments and travel managers. However, analyzing data from Concur can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Tableau and Informatica are making it easy for analysts to connect and extract data assets out of Concur and analyze those results in Tableau, ultimately leading to time spent improving the bottom line, not wrangling data.Watch the recording here
Intelligent data lake management for next-generation analytics
Today’s analysts need to effectively factor in data from a growing number of unstructured high-volume data sources such as social media, websites, log files and IoT devices, along with data from traditional data sources and SaaS solutions. Informatica’s Enterprise Data Lake solution enables these business users to successfully discover, understand, profile, cleanse and prepare trusted and relevant data for Tableau analytics.Learn More
Delivering Secure, Governed, Self-Service Analytics
The pace of business is moving faster than ever before and questions need to be answered even faster. Through Tableau and Informatica's partnership, you get the tools you need to collaborate and stay ahead of your competition. Learn how IT and the business can work together to improve the agility of the entire organization here.Read more
Three Data Management Questions You Need to Ask
Having a business outcomes-centric perspective is critical to success these days, because so many companies are attempting to move their data management infrastructure to the cloud and take advantage of machine learning and AI capabilities that can have a transformative impact on their data and analytics performance.
But before they reach their desired state, data leaders are typically confronted by three key data management questions.Read the article
Our job is to give [the business] the freedom to govern themselves, and at the same time, behind the curtain, making sure that there's order and that it’s maintained.