Finance analytics

Tableau helps Finance departments make their organization's most important decisions: how they spend their time and resources. Businesses use Tableau to make analysis and reporting more efficient, get more insights and value out of their data, and increase their organization's focus on its strategy and objectives. That means lower costs, more revenue, and a better bottom line.

When it comes to financial analytics, Tableau delivers capabilities that are necessary from the small business to the large enterprise. With strong data governance, the ability to work with existing infrastructure to keep data secure, and a user friendly experience, Tableau makes it easy to get trusted data to the right people at the right time.

Finance analytics saves Honeywell 10,000+ man-hours

Since adopting Tableau, Preetham Shanbhag, Senior Director, FP&A Operations and Transformation, estimates that Honeywell saved 10,000-20,000 man-hours. When it comes to business value, Shanbhag said, "You cannot really put a price on it." In this video, hear how Tableau's ability to deliver fast, easy to communicate, and easier to share financial analytics helped change a core process at a Fortune 100 company.

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Earlier we spent 70% of the time on data extraction and all the drudge-work, 30% on analytics. Now that's just the opposite, which means it's a direct P&L impact in terms of the business decisions that you can drive.

How Tableau's finance department uses Tableau

Learn how Tableau's finance department keeps stakeholders informed with executive dashboards and unlocks insights with rapid-fire data visualization and analysis.

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Financial Analysis Whitepapers

5 Things Your Spreadsheets Can't Do

There's no getting around it: Excel will always be an essential tool for financial analysis. But that doesn't mean it's perfect. Find out how Tableau is different from your spreadsheets.

Find Fraud Quickly - 4 Steps to Data Insight

Find out how Tableau helps finance departments uncover fraud by exposing trends and spotting outliers.