Analytics At The Speed Of Thought

Analytics At The Speed Of Thought

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Tableau is taking business intelligence (BI) to a whole new level of fast. This white paper examines Tableau’s visual capabilities and its new data engine, which together make for a formidable partnership for delivering BI solutions.

This white paper will cover:

  • Why visual analysis for data discovery is a must in today's organization
  • How Tableau's data engine is different from traditional in-memory solutions
  • How to deliver true self-service BI without custom development
  • Why you no longer have to depend solely on the processing speed of your database for fast reporting and BI

Read this whitepaper to learn more about Tableau's unique approach to in-memory software architecture; what it is and what it means for your organization.

Author

Dr. Robin Bloor Founder, Bloor Research

Robin Bloor is a leading authority and influencer in the industry. In his role as an industry analyst, Robin has become an influential commentator on many corporate IT issues and is in great demand as a presenter at conferences, user groups and seminars addressing audiences across the world on a variety of technology topics from eCommerce through to IT Strategy and trends.

For a decade and a half he has been the driving force behind the research effort at Bloor Research, and has authored many of its industry reports and product comparisons. He has expertise across the whole field of IT with particular expertise in database, development tools, system management, IT security and hardware technology.

He has been influential in shaping the direction and thinking of a generation of IT strategists and continues to provide insight on the direction of IT as it moves forward.

Vendor:
Tableau Software
Posted:
26 Aug 2011
Published:
26 Aug 2011
Format:
PDF
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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