Banking Data Analysis

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Financial institutions use Tableau to gain insights that help them improve service, capture new opportunities, and stand out from the competition.

Fast Analytics

Cross-portfolio visibility helps you identify trends and risks company-wide, so you can react faster and reap the rewards.

Smart Dashboards

Provide what-if analysis to clients helping them understand the changes in investment decisions.

Update Automatically

Zero in on what matters at any moment using dynamic reports with live data.

Ease of Use

Anyone can analyze data with intuitive drag & drop products. No programming, just insight.

Big Data, Any Data

From spreadsheets to databases to Hadoop to cloud services, explore any data.

Share in Seconds

Publish a dashboard with a few clicks to share it live on the web and on mobile devices.

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Operating Systems
  • Windows 7 or later
  • OSX 10.10 or later

Virtual Environments
  • VMWare | Citrix | Hyper-V | Parallels
  • Tableau’s products operate in virtualized environments when they are configured with the proper underlying operating system and hardware.

Internationalization
  • Our products are Unicode-enabled and compatible with data stored in any language. The interface and documentation are in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean, and Simplified Chinese.

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