Tableau (NYSE: DATA), a global leader in rapid-fire, easy-to-use business analytics software, commended its partners with a series of awards during its annual European, Middle-East and Africa (EMEA) Partner Summit in London this week.
“Our annual EMEA Tableau Partner Summit provides an opportunity for us to acknowledge partners doing exemplary work to help customers see and understand their data,” said James Eiloart, Vice President for the EMEA region at Tableau. “Our partners bring Tableau expertise alongside a diverse range of solutions and services to our customers and we’re excited to recognize their contributions.”
Tableau’s Partner awards recognize excellent performance and notable achievements for its global partners in 2014. This years EMEA winners were recognized in five categories:
- Emerging Market Partner of the Year: SIT (Mars Information Computer Networking Solutions)
Nominees: Astrafox, Analytika Plus, Real Impact Analytics, and Rubicon BI Espana
- Alliance Partner of the Year: Thorogood Associates
Nominees: P3 Group, Hermes Intelligence Solutions, MOYO Business Advisory
- OEM Partner of the Year: Basware
Nominees: Semmle Ltd. and Systems Mechanics Ltd.
- Rookie of the Year: Solutive Oy
Nominees: Actinvision, Business & Management Consulting, and Inviso ApS
- Partner of the Year: The Information Lab
Nominees: Business & Decision, Infotopics, Inspari, Rav Norge, and SIT (Mars Information Computer Networking Solutions)
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