Driving Enterprise Adoption of Data Visualization at Caterpillar

For 90 years, Caterpillar has been making sustainable progress and driving positive change on every continent on the globe. Caterpillar is a Fortune 50 company, a leader in manufacturing construction and mining equipment Caterpillar serving customers in more than 180 countries with more than 300 products and generating a lot of data.

Hear from Kevin Hayes, Emerging Technologies Lead, on how in four weeks his team moved CAT from spreadsheets to interactive visual analytics. Learn how faster insights led CAT to deploy enterprise wide analytics.

Watch this sixty minute live webinar to learn about:

  • Lessons learned deploying analytics across the enterprise
  • Importance of on-boarding
  • How visualization best practices lead to faster insights

Check out the full list of webinars in the Manufacturing Analytics Webinar Series.

About the speakers


Kevin Hayes

Emerging Technology Lead, Caterpillar

Kevin is an IT professional with 13 years of experience in BI. He has worked with Tableau over the past two years, during this time he has helped architect Caterpillar’s Tableau 16 Core High Availablity Server Infrastructure, established their Tableau OnBoarding process, and defined application best practices.


Craig Fairfield

Senior Director, Enterprise Marketing, Tableau

Since joining Tableau in June 2012, Craig has been building and leading the sales enablement and market development efforts as part of the marketing organization. Craig is focused on supporting the field with greater situational fluency through sales ready messaging and value based consultative techniques. Craig is also leading the efforts in supporting sales in executing marketing programs to develop their territory as well as key industry market segments globally. Formerly, Craig has held senior product marketing positions at Qlik, Siebel Systems and SAP.

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