When ARM first adopted Tableau, the engineering team immediately received requests for more licenses. Today, many departments access reports through Tableau Server. With automated reporting, the engineering team saves time and resources, and employees find new value in their data. With help from Tableau, ARM has a solution that fosters self-service data exploration and scales with their business.
Tableau: Can you share a little bit about ARM? Andrew Jones, Staff Engineer, ARM (silicon chip IP design): ARM produces the data as most companies do, and one of our biggest data sets are around testing and verification of our hardware designs, and also around the compute clusters on which these applications happen. Tableau: When did you introduce Tableau? Andrew: So we introduced Tableau to ARM around four years ago as one of the front ends to our metrics platform. Our metrics platform already had a simple web user interface (UI) and a REST API. But we wanted to produce some reports and visualizations, and we wanted to do them as quickly and easy as possible. So we wanted something quick and easy to build, and easy to maintain going forward.