Tableau a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant
Tableau is a Leader in the 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. We'd like to thank our customers for their continued partnership in developing our innovative analytics platform, and for continuing to broadly adopt Tableau.
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This week, Gartner published the 2020 Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms, marking Tableau’s eighth consecutive year as a Leader. We are taking this as an opportunity to proudly reflect on the incredible year we’ve had, witnessing fast and broad customer adoption, growth and successes in our unparalleled community, and innovative platform expansion. Get a complimentary copy of the report: Gartner 2020 Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. Now, with Tableau as part of Salesforce, we have the opportunity to bring together the power of Einstein Analytics and Tableau’s iconic ease of use for powerful analytics for everyone. Together, Tableau and Salesforce is the most complete analytics suite of products in the market. We can’t wait until we get to show you how we’ll come together! For all of this—thank you, our customers. We believe this recognition wouldn’t be possible without the amazing passion, feedback, and support that our #DataFam provides. We’re lucky to partner with brilliant data leaders who push us every day to innovate faster to solve real-world problems. Thank you for your honesty, inspiration, and trust in Tableau as a partner on your journey.
Customers like you are transforming their organizations—building a Data Culture and deploying analytics more broadly than ever. Nissan North America scaled Tableau adoption to every dealership and affiliate location nationwide. As early Tableau adopters, Pfizer now supports 25,000 people globally, helping to improve patient experiences across the world. Charles Schwab broadened Tableau access to 85% of the company, with 45% of employees in the platform daily. JPMorgan Chase has scaled self-service analytics to more than 30,000 people in one of the most highly regulated industries. Nothing is more fulfilling than to see our customers succeed with analytics at scale. Together, we have an amazing opportunity ahead of us to drive analytics ubiquity—to empower everyone to make better decisions with data.
Analytics that people love to use
Last year, we raised the bar on powerful analytics and ease of use. We added new features to answer sophisticated questions more easily and naturally—from powerful interactive analytic capabilities such as set and parameter actions, to advanced geospatial analytics and augmented analytics.
Ask Data makes the full power of Tableau's platform as easy to use as Google. Type a question with natural language and get an answer in the form of an interactive visualization.
Explain Data uses AI and powerful Bayesian statistical methods to help you understand the “why” behind unexpected values in your data. Delivered as vizzes, these explanations can be further explored with the full power of Tableau.
Better governance, visibility, and trust
This year we expanded our platform with powerful and flexible Data Management capabilities to help people govern, discover, prepare, and trust their data.
With Tableau Prep, self-service data preparation is visual, direct, and smart. We introduced Prep Conductor to operationalize your data pipelines—with scheduling, monitoring, and alerting, you can automate your data prep processes so data is always fresh.
Tableau Catalog makes it easy to get a complete view of the data being used in Tableau, including accurately understanding relationships in your data through lineage and impact analysis. Your business glossary, certifications, and data quality warnings are available at the point of consumption—now any user can understand what the data means and where it came from.
Choice and flexibility for organizations of all sizes
We believe that you should have choice and flexibility to deploy analytics anywhere, leverage all of your data, and integrate with the platforms that matter to you. Tableau supports your analytics strategy wherever your data may be—on-premises, in the public cloud, or via our SaaS offering, Tableau Online.
The new Tableau Server Management offers administrators increased operational efficiency, improved scalability, and enhanced security for your mission-critical analytics environment. In the public cloud, we’re excited to offer Tableau on Alibaba Cloud in addition to our deployment options on Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. And last year we doubled the number of people on Tableau Online, driving an expansion in regional data centers.
Building a Data Culture
We know that data-driven transformation requires a lot more than the right technology. That’s why we launched Tableau Blueprint—a step-by-step methodology that helps you define your analytics strategy, enable new skills and behaviors, and build your Data Culture.
A critical part of becoming data-driven is increasing data literacy and skills. Our live training, eLearning, and certifications are helping people prove their skills, grow their careers, and differentiate themselves in the workforce. In the classroom, we’re helping to educate the next generation of data natives. Tableau Academic Programs have now activated more than 1 million free licenses for students and teachers around the world.
Not just an analytics platform—it’s a movement
There is no better representation of what makes Tableau unique than the Tableau Community. Beyond the product, our community is both why and how we’ve succeeded together, supporting people and organizations that make the world a better place. At TC19, we announced our community grew to more than 1 million members with 500+ user groups in more than 65 countries. And Tableau Public, now the largest data visualization repository in the world, hosts more than 2 million vizzes totaling over 2.3 billion views.
We're proud to be a part of a community that's changing the world. We're accelerating our work through Tableau Foundation in areas of poverty, inequity, global health, and climate change. In addition to new employee engagement programs, last year we announced additional funding to accelerate the PATH-led efforts to eliminate malaria across six countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
Thank you for an incredible year—more awaits in 2020
2019 was a monumental year for Tableau. We released more than 200 new features, and witnessed incredible customer and community growth. We owe our momentum to the millions of data rockstars with us on our journey. We can’t do this without you.
If you have ideas to share—whether big or small—you can contribute to the conversation in our Ideas Forum. We invite you to join the community to share, engage and grow your skills. Together, we are extraordinary.
Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms, February 11 2020, James Richardson, Rita Sallam, Kurt Schlegel, Austin Kronz, Julian Sun. This report was named Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms (2013-2017), Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms (2018-2019). Appeared as Tableau Software in the Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, 2013.
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