Consider the following scenario
A multinational organization's chief human resources officer (CHRO) must develop a hiring strategy for the upcoming year. The company has numerous branches around the nation, and each one keeps distinct, restricted employee data sets in various systems. What would happen if you didn't use a safe, expandable platform? Decision-making procedures may be delayed, and the entire organization may be exposed to dangers if non-standard data is used or if private data is handled improperly. When the appropriate governed data and pertinent insights are timely provided to the appropriate individuals, the CHRO can:
Combining knowledge from multiple sources will help you thoroughly understand recruiting.
Quickly spot skill development trends across datasets.
Understand hiring goals better, including if they should be attained internally or externally.
Make plans for future turnover and attrition.
By giving you a comprehensive grasp of many forms of data, Tableau enables you to arrive at significant discoveries more quickly. These data-driven insights can be beneficial to a firm in a variety of ways. Your sales and marketing teams need precise, usable data to calculate their return on investment, spot patterns, and forecast the future. Purchasing teams use stock data to make timely decisions. To demonstrate the company's performance to investors, leadership needs data. HR considers hiring, turnover, and development information to make personnel decisions. A contemporary intelligence platform like Tableau is also built with a user-friendly interface for self-service analytics.
What can Tableau be implemented for?
The following tasks can be carried out by enterprises using Tableau's potent AI-enabled tools:
Across formats (from a database to a spreadsheet) and sources (on-prem or in the cloud) is made possible by Tableau, which then compiles the data for analysis.
Users can use data sets to find answers to certain questions. Through the transparent AI that Tableau has included in its platform, everyone can easily understand how forecasts and insights are created and why they are significant.
For simple understanding, the analyzed data can be quickly presented as graphs, histograms, charts, and other visual representations.
It is simple to compare historical data to current data to monitor performance, spot trends, and make improvements.
Tableau allows customers to make sense of big data sets through AI-powered tools like machine learning and predictive modeling.
Why should you choose Tableau as your data analytics solution?
Tableau has a user-friendly drag-and-drop interface that even inexperienced users may use to undertake in-depth analysis without the need for coding knowledge.
Offers quicker, more in-depth insights:
Tableau's augmented analytics are powered by statistics, natural language, ML, and clever data preparation. This makes it easier for business users to find solutions and learn new things. Additionally, it enables data analysts to carry out challenging computations for thorough evaluations.
Facilitates real-time collaboration:
Tableau generates business reports in real-time that the appropriate individuals within the organization can access as needed. You may establish a digital analytics hub with a tight Slack connection, receive AI forecasts, receive notifications for data-driven warnings, and collaborate on dashboards across teams and departments while working.
Facilitates simple data visual representation:
Tableau delivers pertinent data on a single page in an understandable style using interactive dashboards. These dashboards allow information to be gathered from many data sources and may be customized using point-and-click tools. Additionally, charts, histograms, graphs, and other visual representations of the stored and processed data can help all employees in the hierarchy understand the results.
Mobilizing Data for Instant Executive Action:
Allows executives to view, modify, copy, and share data instantly to react quickly to company developments. Modern firms now function across time zones. Data-driven choices can be made whenever and wherever you choose because of Tableau's ability to view data on any mobile device, including a smartphone or tablet.
Ensures secure data sharing:
Tableau implements outlined policies and procedures that offer a controlled yet adaptable environment by utilizing data and content governance. As a result, trust is built, and data is used responsibly.
Assists in better decision-making:
Within Tableau workflows, Einstein offers forecasts and ideas for better decision-making. Without having to create algorithms, data scientists, analysts, and business users may all create successful prediction models. Einstein Discovery, created by Salesforce, offers a natural environment where consumers are led by ethical, transparent AI.
What Tableau products work best for your business needs?
Tableau Cloud is a fully-hosted cloud solution that offers self-service and enables you to prepare your data, analyze it, collaborate on it, publish it, and share it from any location. It is a versatile, user-friendly platform that offers real-time data exploration and faster, more accurate decision-making.
Take use of a self-service, secure desktop environment to access, visualize, and analyze your data. Even when offline, you can acquire the hidden insights you need to swiftly make important business decisions by using an intuitive drag-and-drop interface.
Utilize the power of your data by securely sharing it throughout the organization with Tableau Server. Tableau Server makes sure that your data and analytics are controlled, safe, and accurate while being simple to implement, integrate, and scale.
Tableau Prep Builder:
Data may be integrated, molded and cleaned more quickly and readily for analysis within Tableau with the aid of Tableau Prep Builder. It can cut the time it takes to prepare your data by almost 60% by offering visual aids and a clear path.
Tableau Data Management:
Through the whole data and analytics lifecycle, TDM enables organizations to scale data automation and operationalization.
Feedback from Organizations using Tableau
1 - “With Tableau, we gained efficiencies by 95%. People are spending a lot more time doing their true job rather than just churning out reports.”
Santhosh Nair SANTHOSH NAIR HEAD OF ANALYTICS, BI & VISUALIZATION
2 – “When we first started with Tableau, we were just thinking about dashboarding and reporting. We never thought Tableau would fundamentally change the DNA of the organization. It’s not just about a solution or a technology, it’s about how the culture towards data has changed.”
ASHISH BRAGANZA, DIRECTOR OF GLOBAL BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE
3 – Josh Fitzhugh, Senior Manager of Testing & Personalization on the Customer Experience Analytics Team explains, “Tableau has facilitated and helped the team figure out a way to take all these giant amounts of collective data and provide a delivery mechanism that works for everybody at scale.”
4 – “One of Tableau’s biggest strengths is its ease of use, which means with just a small amount of training, anyone can start to uncover genuine insights by themselves.”
LIEZL BROUCKAERT, BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE MANAGER
5 – “Tableau allowed us to deliver a solution across our infrastructure that was so important and big across our infrastructure and was seamless for non-data users and was seamless for them to access.”
BEN SABLOFF, KEYBANK EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT OF ENTERPRISE ANALYTICS
6 – “The beauty of Tableau is its ease of use. The more people we can get user data in their work the better, but for this to happen, to move away from Excel, you need to make data accessible and trusted and the new tools and platforms easy to use. It’s so easy to find actionable insights with Tableau.”
CLIVE BENFORD, DATA OFFICE DIRECTOR AT JAGUAR LAND ROVER
7 - "Tableau is seen as a business change program, to change the culture and way of thinking about data and decision-making. As we worked through our journey and showed people how easy it was to get insights themselves, the real eureka moments came out. Now we can take a step back and support them in their journeys rather than having to do everything centrally."
TOM PERRY, SENIOR DIRECTOR, DATA, INSIGHTS & INTEGRATION, ELSEVIER