Join us for this live 60-minute webinar where we will dig into 6 data trends—covering a range of topics including artificial intelligence, data literacy, and data management. Then stay to get your questions answered in real-time. You won't want to miss this lively discussion!
Prashant Dutta, Principal Solution Engineer, Tableau
Watch this webinar, where our Tableau experts walks you through an example of a framework that you could leverage on to effectively use data to assess your business risk and plan for your business continuity.
Jeffrey Shaffer, VP of Information Technology & Analytics, Unifund & Recovery &Steve Wexler Principal at Data Revelations
Citing real-life case studies from their new book, The Big Book of Dashboards, two data visualization experts will share their proven best practices, based on over 30 years of hands-on experience, for building business dashboards to help you find more insights from your data more quickly.
Attend this webinar and learn how to:
• Build insightful dashboards that work for specific industries and departments
• Turn a dashboard from good to great
• Go BEYOND dashboards
Financial data is messy. Traditional methods for preparing and transforming financial data for analysis are highly manual and time-consuming. With the extensive cleaning, enrichment, and shaping that happens with financial data, how do you build trust and confidence in your data once it’s been exported out of your source systems?
In this short webinar, Tableau’s Finance Analytics Director Mike Crook and Finance Analyst Kaylee Walker will share:
- Our approach to unifying data from our source systems
- How our team uses Tableau Prep Builder and the entire Tableau Platform
- Examples of the dashboards we use to monitor and validate our data
Jason Judge | Director of Enterprise Analytics at Tableau
Arguably, more than any other department, IT knows the value of data and the value of being data-driven. IT systems collect and store data for the organization, but you also use data every day to manage, monitor, and maintain a multitude of platforms to support business needs, which creates the perfect opportunity to analyze this data with Tableau.
In this webinar, you'll see how Tableau connects disparate IT sources of data to provide you with a complete picture of your business.
Andy Cotgreave - Technical Evangelism Director, Tableau
What is a dashboard? And does it matter? Should a dashboard fit one screen? Should it provide instant insight? Should it be interactive?
In this webinar, Andy Cotgreave will challenge the traditional definition of a dashboard. He will share his own definition and explain how the purpose of sharing data isn't to fit a particular definition, but to fulfill a goal. Andy will show many examples of different dashboards, explaining why they work and how they push the definition of the term "dashboard". Attend this webinar if you want to more effectively engage the users of your dashboards.
As data privacy has risen in prominence, consumers are more cautious than ever about sharing data. This, in turn, affects how businesses approach data monetisation, collection, and sharing. And with new regulations like GDPR, organisations are faced with crucial questions around data ethics and privacy in the context of their day-to-day business practices.
Attend this webinar where we’ll delve into these 3 key areas:
*Data management and processes around data
The Tableau Prep suite has just been given a facelift with new functionalities added into Tableau Prep Builder and Tableau Prep Conductor has joined the party. This session will show you how Tableau Prep’s suite of products is able to address real world data challenges, whilst showcasing some powerful cleaning practices that sets Tableau Prep apart in the market. We will cover automation, smart data cleaning, data modelling, and normalizing inconsistent data structures.
Harrison Xia Xiao, Team Lead, Product Consulting, Tableau
Tableau allows anyone to create a visualisation with drag-and-drop but to go beyond the basics you need to dive into the world of Calculations. However, simpler alternative solutions may not even require you to open the calculation window.
The session will cover some common business scenarios of using Built-in Features, Quick Table Calculations, Actions, and External Services. Expect to leave with a new understanding of how to answer your analytical questions without writing complex calculations.
Jed Guinto began his career as an Aerospace Engineer but in the last 3 years has made a career change into the exciting world of data. Now working at Toyota Australia and currently the Lead Takata Recall Analyst for the largest Safety Recall in Automotive History, he is an avid Tableau lover, evangelist, teacher and online trainer with now well over 100,000 students. His vision for the future is to use Tableau to empower Toyota employees at all levels to solve their own data problems and reduce reliance on BI Teams and external Companies, hence bringing the technology, knowledge and control back to the people.
Tableau makes it easy for people to rapidly transform data into smart business analytics. It’s a new kind of business intelligence software – rapid-fire business intelligence. We’ve done years of research to build business analytics software that supports people’s natural ability to think visually. Shift fluidly between interactive views, graphs & reports, following your natural train of thought. You’re not stuck in wizards, bogged down writing scripts or waiting for IT to develop a report. You quickly create useful data visualizations, reports & dashboards. And then in a click, you share them across your organization. All the things you wished you could do with business intelligence —work with huge data live or in-memory, mash up data sources, visualize data in multiple ways, build dashboards, create interactive data applications—are not only possible in Tableau but are also quick work.
Innovation in the Cloud: Modernize Your Analytics Environments With TableauLuke Stapleton, Manager, Analytics Platform, nib + Gerad Crow, Manager, Analytics and Reporting, nib[[ webcastStartDate * 1000 | amDateFormat: 'MMM D YYYY h:mm a' ]]20 mins