Whether we’re monitoring global palm oil production, tracking Kenyan fishery quotas or logging killer whale sightings off the coast of Alaska, Tableau lets us visualize the data in the most impactful and engaging way possible.
Tableau’s powerful data analysis and presentation capabilities allow us to create highly engaging visualizations that communicate the true impact of the work we do around the world.
Streamlining analytics and reporting across the whole organization
Tableau is now the platform of choice for a wide variety of internal activities including social analytics, direct marketing tracking, network reporting and global reporting. Data is refreshed daily, meaning all employees are working from the same information and errors resulting from duplicate data are virtually erased.
“With Tableau in place, spreadsheet-based reporting is a thing of the past,” says Samuel. “Not only is Tableau far more engaging, but a single visualization can be used to communicate the same information that previously took 30-40 Excel spreadsheets.”
Many of the Tableau-based reports are also fully automated, meaning Samuel and his team can focus their attention on more strategic organizational analysis, instead of constantly updating and maintaining the same few things.
“As WWF continues to become more and more data driven, Tableau is now one of the cornerstones of our global analytics activities,” concludes Samuel. “Not only has it helped to break down internal silos and connect employees all over the globe, it has brought our conservation work to life and allowed us to work smarter and harder than ever before.”
With Tableau in place, spreadsheet-based reporting is a thing of the past. Not only is Tableau far more engaging, but a single visualization can be used to communicate the same information that previously took 30-40 Excel spreadsheets.