From big data to big ideas
More data means more possibility–but only if you can discover the meaning inside it. In today’s fast-paced business world, monthly reports and expert-only tools just aren’t agile enough. Tableau gives everyone the power to find answers with an intuitive, interactive, real-time experience. Find nuances, trends, and outliers in a flash—and make decisions when they matter most.
Big Data at PepsiCo.
To make sense of disparate data, PepsiCo adopted Tableau partner, Trifacta, pulling the data into Tableau for forecasting and analysis. This solution helped the CPFR team reduce end-to-end run time of analysis by as much as 70%. And with Tableau, PepsiCo reduced report production time by as much as 90%. Today, PepsiCo has more accurate data—faster, giving them a competitive advantage in the retail space.Learn More
Make sense of millions of rows of stock data
This dashboard uses millions of rows of stock data to show trends in key securities. It was built without any programming by a regular business user. Tableau empowers people to ask and answer their own questions of the data at the speed of thought. Digging deeper into the data is as easy as dragging and dropping, pointing and clicking.View the Visualization
Powerful insights from half a billion rows of medical prescriptions
This dashboard visualizes 500+ millions rows of medical prescription data in an Exasol database to help understand patterns and the geographical distribution of dementia deaths in the UK and how those deaths relate to generic prescriptions.View Now
Plug or Flush?
In the viz above, the same UK medical prescription dataset is spun into a different story. Andy Kriebel, long time Tableau Zen Master uses the same dataset to visualize where to buy anal plugs in the UK (and engage in some good-natured ribbing of his friend Tableau Jedi Paul Chapman!) Working with Tableau is like painting on a blank canvass or designing a work of creative art. Sculpt and mold your data in different ways as your needs evolve.View Now
Our analysts were spending 80 percent of their time pushing data around in Excel, and 20 percent of their time putting together static PowerPoints and doing analysis. Now we spend 80 percent of our time on analysis.
Big data trends whitepaper
Top 10 Big Data Trends 2017
2016 was a landmark year for big data with more organizations storing, processing, and extracting value from data of all forms and sizes. In 2017, systems that support large volumes of both structured and unstructured data will continue to rise. The market will demand platforms that help data custodians govern and secure big data while empowering end users to analyze that data. These systems will mature to operate well inside of enterprise IT systems and standards.Read Now
Big Data at GoPro
Keeping up with growth while targeting an expanding audience of GoPro enthusiasts requires extreme data wrangling.
The data science and engineering team at GoPro built a centralized data platform on Hadoop to unify billions of records across a scattered data landscape including ERP systems, web traffic, social media data devices, third party applications, streaming logs, JSON documents and all kinds of IoT data you can imagine. See how GoPro wrangled and combined all this data with Exact Target and Google Big Query data to drive big data insights.Watch Now
Light up your sensor data - Make IoT intelligence real!
With the rise of low-cost sensors, connectivity everywhere, and our fast-growing volume of data, the Internet of Things is likely to reshape the world as we know it. From wearables to home automation, to manufacturing optimization, the possibilities are immense, but so are the challenges. But as these sensors light up, can you decode what they have to say? Making the IoT work for the masses is more of a data challenge than a device connectivity problem. Learn how to see, understand and tell stories with IoT data.Read Now
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Paint the full picture with data
Stranding your data in isolated, static graphs limits the number of questions you can answer. Let your data become the centerpiece of decision making by using it to tell a story.
Watch this video to see how.Watch Now