Tableau 8.0 brings deep analytics to anyone with a browser or tablet with a new web editing capability. Among the latest updates to be unveiled at the roadshow:
In a recent global survey conducted by The Economist Intelligence Unit, Fostering a data-driven culture, more than 85 percent of Latin American senior executives rated themselves as substantially ahead in financial performance when they rate themselves as substantially ahead of their peers in their use of data. In the same survey, more than 91 percent of Latin American senior executives believe employees across their organizations can and should be using data to do their jobs. Many companies use Tableau's business intelligence products to help their employees see, understand and share data across their organization.
Interactive graphics of key survey findings and a free copy of the report are available at http://www.tableausoftware.com/economist-fostering-data-driven-culture.
Tableau 8 Roadshow in Latin America
The Tableau 8.0 Roadshow will be making four stops in the region. From hands-on training to break out sessions, this all-day affair is a great introduction into modern day business intelligence.
3:30-4:00 p.m. Registration
4:00-4:30 p.m. Presentation
4:30-6:00 p.m. Tableau 8.0 Demo
6:00-8:00 p.m. Happy Hour
Sao Paulo - Tableau 8.0 Roadshow
Wednesday, March 20 at the Renaissance Hotel
Rio de Janeiro - Tableau 8.0 Roadshow
Thursday, March 21 at the Windsor Atlantica
About Tableau Software
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