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Tableau is business intelligence software that helps people see and understand their data.

Fast Analytics

Connect and visualize your data in minutes. Tableau is 10 to 100x faster than existing solutions.

Ease of Use

Anyone can analyze data with Tableau's intuitive drag & drop products. No programming, just insight.

Big Data, Any Data

From spreadsheets to databases to Hadoop to cloud services, explore any data with Tableau.

Smart Dashboards

Combine multiple views of data to get richer insight. Best practices of data visualization are baked right in.

Update Automatically

Get the freshest data with a live connection to your data or get automatic updates on a schedule you define.

Share in Seconds

Publish a dashboard with a few clicks to share it live on the web and on mobile devices.

When we took the first dashboard done in Tableau to the first meeting with the executives, some were so surprised, that the reaction was mostly silence. One of the executives said, 'I always asked for that in the BI area and finally they managed to do it.'

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Visual Risk IQ is a professional services firm that helps clients see and understand their data. Our roots are in internal audit and compliance, and we have expanded on this strong foundation to add data quality and visual reporting analytics to our capabilities. Since 2006, we have provided consulting assistance through an apprentice model that facilitates our clients' ability to establish repeatable skills in data analytics.

About Tableau

Tableau helps people transform data into actionable insights. Explore with limitless visual analytics. Build dashboards and perform ad hoc analyses in just a few clicks. Share your work with anyone and make an impact on your business. From global enterprises to early-stage startups and small businesses, people everywhere use Tableau to see and understand their data.



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