Selecting software the business wants does not ensure success. Driving digital transformation or changing enterprise-wide decision-making with modern analytics requires much more than just the right technology. In fact, the role of IT becomes even more critical to facilitate rollout and enablement throughout your organization.
Modern analytics success—from big data to big impact
As Tableau has grown over the years, we’ve learned a lot from our customers about successful deployments of modern analytics that drive real change in the organization. Now, we want to share proven practices for IT-powered, self-service BI to help you make the most of your investment—because having a modern analytics platform that your employees are excited about is just one step toward success.
Join this live webinar to learn:
- Why it’s critical (and how to) collaboratively identify your long-term vision and modern analytics strategy
- How to understand important considerations for both the business and IT—including analytics strategy, enterprise BI architecture, governance, education, management, and building an internal user community
- What roles and responsibilities need to be involved in different processes during a rollout and growing adoption of your modern BI platform
- What resources are available to help ensure success for you and your team
See the other webinars in our Embracing the Modern BI Evolution series to learn more about data governance, deployment, and scalability of Tableau’s modern analytics platform.
Related reading: Traditional vs. modern BI
Read Lessons learned when scaling Tableau in an enterprise, part 5 in our series of blog posts by Tableau Community members who share firsthand experience with the movement to modern BI.
"How your users interact with Tableau will have a big bearing on scalability challenges. At my organisation we chose to go fully self-service, with users having the flexibility to author content and publish to the server as they wish. Some organisations have support teams that act as production checkpoints, and that has benefits, but going fully self-service means your team won't be a bottleneck and that will make life easier as your user base grows. Just be sure to implement a form of self-service that allows strong governance."