Tableau: innovating the way organisations harness data
Manufacturing Global takes a closer look at Tableau, a leading data company driving innovative solutions.
With the world generating 50 times as much data in 2020 compared to 2011 and having 75 times the number of information sources, Tableau strives to help people understand this vast quantity to harness the advancement opportunities it can provide.
“Our products are transforming the way people use data to solve problems. We make analysing data fast and easy, beautiful and useful. It’s software for anyone and everyone,” says Tableau.
‘Designed for the individual scaled for the enterprise’, key features of Tableau’s platform includes:
Analytics - by harnessing interactive and visual analysis, organisations can gain a great insight into their operations and drive better business decisions. “Powered by our patented VizQL technology, Tableau gives you powerful analytics to ask deeper questions and deliver more meaningful answers.”
Fast adoption at scale - “When you make working with data easy, fun and impactful, amazing things happen.Tableau makes it easy to get value from data.”
Flexibility - Each organisation is unique. Tableau harnesses flexibility within its platform so that it can effectively integrate with an enterprise’s architecture and data ecosystem.
Mission critical - Driving secure, governed, scalable and reliable within its integrated platform. “From compliance and security to management and monitoring, Tableau offers a robust suite of built-in capabilities to support the needs of your business.”
“From connection to collaboration, Tableau is the most powerful, secure and flexible end-to-end analytics platform for your data. Tableau your data. Watch your expectations get blown away.”
Tableau offers a wide range of solutions including, education analytics, government analytics, IT analytics, marketing analytics, insurance analytics, high technology analytics, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google and maps.
Tableau in the manufacturing industry
Tableau operates within a wide range of industries including manufacturing, an industry which has many moving parts creating a constant feed of data.
“With Tableau, you can quickly blend and link similar data to gain decisive results in seconds—compared to hours or days with programming-intensive methods,” says Tableau.
“Use what you learn from your manufacturing analytics to improve process efficiency, centralize production monitoring, better serve your customers, and turn real-time data into just-in-time insights.”
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