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Tableau today kicked off its Tableau Conference on Tour event at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event brings together more than 450 Tableau customers and partners from Australia and New Zealand for two days of keynotes, customer presentations, hands-on training sessions, and more.
“Organizations in Australia and New Zealand are looking for ways to get more out of their data,” said Nigel Mendonca, Tableau Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand. “Many of Tableau’s earliest adopters came from this region, showing there is a tremendous thirst for self-service analytics and a new approach to business intelligence.”
The event will feature two days of teaching and learning, including 40 sessions from Tableau experts and customers. Tableau Chief Marketing Officer Elissa Fink and Senior Director of Product Management Marc Rueter will present the Conference’s first keynote, sharing Tableau’s vision for analytics and previewing the company’s upcoming product update, Tableau 9.0.
Other featured keynote speakers include:
You can view a full agenda for Tableau Conference on Tour: Melbourne at http://ontour15.tableau.com/melbourne.
“This conference is our largest yet in Asia Pacific and will bring together some of the brightest minds in data analytics in the region,” said JY Pook, Vice President for Asia Pacific at Tableau. “When Tableau customers, partners, and employees come together, amazing things happen.”
Tableau (NYSE: DATA) helps people see and understand data. Tableau helps anyone quickly analyze, visualize and share information. More than 26,000 customer accounts get rapid results with Tableau in the office and on-the-go. And tens of thousands of people use Tableau Public to share data in their blogs and websites. See how Tableau can help you by downloading the free trial at www.tableau.com/trial.
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