Rebelle uses Tableau across all departments, from accounting to marketing. Teams pull data into Tableau Desktop from Google Analytics and an Amazon Redshift data warehouse. And with Tableau Cloud, teams can share insights across the company. With faster access to data, Rebelle has optimized production, cutting lead times in half. The company also allocates resources better, which doubled total output. Country managers now have live, country-specific dashboards to track metrics. And this is just the beginning. As Rebelle expands through Europe, Stefan Schliek, Head of Controlling & BI, is confident that Tableau will scale with the growing business and its growing data.
Tableau: Tell us about Rebelle. Stefan Schliek, Head of Controlling and BI: Rebelle is an online marketplace for second-hand designer women’s fashion. People can buy and sell women’s fashion through us. We provide the platform and handle the entire process. Tableau: Can you share how Rebelle uses Tableau? What data sources do you connect to? Stefan Schliek: We use Tableau Desktop to generate and build reports, which we then deploy using Tableau Cloud. We use Tableau on a daily basis in all departments, from accounting to marketing. In those departments we mainly use our own Amazon Redshift data warehouse as data source and blend with data from Google Analytics.