sponsored by Tableau Software
Posted:  09 Apr 2009
Published:  09 Apr 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  35  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English

The goal of a business intelligence solution is to enable users to explore, report on and share their data while efficiently leveraging IT resources. James Raper of the City of Charlotte will show you how he used Tableau to create rapid prototypes and trials of user-requested datamarts. Vetting user requirements quickly allows City of Charlotte to act as a strategic IT team while leaving business analysis to users.


Read this presentation transcript of the “Prototyping Data Warehouses using Visual Analytics” webinar that includes a case study demonstrating how the City of Charlotte is administering Tableau Server to reduce IT intervention, reduce costs and increase collaboration between business units.

Business Intelligence | Business IT Alignment | Collaboration | Collaborative Product Development | Compliance (Systems Operations) | Data Marts | Data Storage | Data Visualization | Data Warehouses | IT Best Practices | IT Management | IT Spending | User Input Devices | User Interfaces

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