Faster, smarter retail analytics

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Creative ways retailers are using Tableau across the enterprise

With nothing short of brilliant ways to visualize your data in Tableau, you can finally gain the kind of insight needed to make critical decisions that impact the business and disrupt the industry. Explore below some of the creative ways retailers are using Tableau across the enterprise.

Retail data from the field

Arby's maps retail success with Tableau

Arby's Restaurant Group is the franchisor of the well-loved American fast-casual brand. When Arby’s Restaurant Group was renovating their chain of restaurants, they faced some questions. What happens to the customers when a restaurant closes for renovation? Where do they go? And do they come back when the restaurant reopens?

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Supply chain visualizations

Companies around the world struggle with combining data to maximize their supply chain costs and efficiencies. Tableau's partner Infosys has overcome this challenge by providing solutions around sourcing, volume, cost, raw material, and warehouse management.

Raw material analysis

Enable better planning and decision making by analyzing raw material usage by integrating data across applications.

Supply chain apparel sourcing and risk management

Visualize global sourcing volume and capacity, factory capacity, and political risk profiles.

Supply chain vendor analysis

Vendor analysis to quickly analyze vendor efficiency (average days late), defect percentage, short order percentage, and factory performance exceptions.

Supply chain volume analysis

Volume efficiencies should be gained with higher factory yields. Ensure production costs are inline and eliminate inefficiencies. Reallocate production from overcapacity factories to factories with capacity.

Warehouse management

Enable better visibility into warehouse effectiveness by groups, employee shifts, and warehouses.

Supply chain cost analysis

Cost analysis to quickly analyze total supply chain cost associated with Product, Inbound and Outbound costs, Duties and Warehouse costs.


Six Trends in Retail Analytics

The trend toward retail analytics isn’t new, but maturing technologies and techniques—and the many new opportunities they offer—are exponentially magnifying. Learn more about what’s trending in retail and consumer goods analytics for 2017.

5 Charts Every Retailer Should Look At

Retailers are constantly using data to make critical decisions every day. But is the information being presented in the most effective format? This whitepaper walks through five charts that every data-driven retailer should have on their radar.

It increases our sales; it decreases our costs—there’s a direct impact. It just gets you insight faster. Of all the goals that you might have in your position, you can just accomplish them faster and better (with Tableau.) I think it has a huge, positive, rippling effect across the org.

See Tableau in action

Do your analytics tools slow you down or speed you up?

Whether you're measuring point of sale or comparing brand popularity, Tableau takes the pain out of retail analytics by allowing you to quickly and easily visualize your data—no scripting required. You can connect to almost any data, anywhere.

Watch this video to see how easy it is to drag and drop your data into beautiful visualizations with Tableau.

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