TC17

Sherri Benzelock, VP of Business Analytics at Honeywell, shared her insights on implementing Tableau in the organization, an operation that she described as both difficult and fulfilling. Honeywell is a Fortune 100 conglomerate, with 40 billion dollars sales in 2016, and...
David Bobrow, Nissan, senior Domain Applicant Architect at Nissan North America, shared his experience with transitioning Nissan to Tableau and he presented the stages he and his team had to go through in order to get from 0 to more...
Jock Mackinlay, the VP for Research & Design at Tableau, describes the four roles in visual analysis during his talk at Tableau Conference 2017. The roles are not mutually exclusive and they are represented by consumer, vizzer, analyst & author.   Consumer We’re...
Day 2 at the Tableau Conference 2017 was marked by a series of explosive new updates for Tableau, a lot of amazing talks and an incredible buzz of analysts from all across the globe bonding, sharing experiences and working together...
Zach Sippl, Director of Business Intelligence at Chipotle, and Neil Sharma, Sr. BI Analyst, had an incredible talk about how they managed to refresh a struggling business with the power of data and analytics.   Zach Sippl said that only one...
Tableau just had their "Dev's on Stage" keynote, which is a detailed description of all the new features they are releasing. We thought you would want to hear about this as well, so hear is the list!   Sorting   New Nested Sorting –...
The first Keynote Talk of the TC17 started explosively, as Adam Selipsky, Tableau CEO, and other executives from the company made some amazing announcements for the analytics community, starting with a new update: Tableau 10.5.   Tableau 10.5 is officially in Public...
What do you think of when you think of Tableau? BI reporting? Pretty graphs? Slow load times? Well, get ready to change your mindset, because Tableau is expanding into more areas of the analytics space. After attending their first keynote...
  Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky and a few other data leaders “busted” five different myths in the analytics world that people take for granted, but are, in fact, wrong.   “Myths are often used to explain the unexplainable. What fascinates me about myths...