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Energy and Resources power modern life—and produce vast quantities of data, from the energy used to the resources needed to make many of these things that help us in business and our everyday lives. With Tableau, you can analyze that data for value that makes you more than a commodity, whether it’s increasing output, reducing downtime, or improving customer service. With an efficient platform for gaining insights across geographies, products, services, and sectors, you can maximize downstream profits and minimize upstream costs. You can also help clients, partners, investors, and the public understand and visualize your value with interactive online dashboards.
With Tableau, ExxonMobil has empowered customers to get the answers they need themselves, improved data quality for work in the Gulf of Mexico, and saved a remarkable amount of time—in some cases, up to 95%.
We feel that it has helped differentiate us, allowing us to reduce churn and sustain our higher monthly recurring revenue.
ConEd of New York provides electric services to approximately 3.3 million customers and gas service to approximately 1.1 million customers in New York City and Westchester County. Using Tableau to explore their data, and not just report it, ConEd discovered performance in key areas was significantly below goal. With traditional reporting, they thought they were reaching their target dates 80% of the time, but discovered using data visualization that they were only at 53%. Today, ConEd is visualizing data across their organization and using Tableau to do it.Watch Now
LyondellBasell manufactures chemical products at 57 sites in 18 countries with 15,000 employees. LyondellBasell will share their year one journey and lessons learned on an aggressive path towards enterprise self-service.Watch Now
We're really trying to get a better understanding of how customers behave. By being able to see patterns in our customer transactional data and tie it all together, we can understand what behaviors led up to a certain customer leaving, or what makes our good customers stick.