Tableau Other Advice

Lunik Kanungo
Assistant Vice President - BICC - Development at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
My advice would be that you should consider Tableau. Certainly, for visualization-type projects, it would definitely be one of the products to look at, and I would recommend it at this time. Because we are just starting the process, I would definitely give it an eight out of 10. We are getting a lot of good support from the groups using it, but that can only get better as we get more and more groups adopting it, and they are happy. It's really going to be a matter of how happy our users are in building their projects. As that grows, and if their feedback is good, then that will only increase the product's rating. Tablo has a good community base and we're trying to recreate that community within the bank as well so that different groups of individuals can help each other. That's what we're promoting, and it's working. We have our own intranet site that people can go onto and ask questions and get answers. We also have training and all sorts of different information that's Tableau related. View full review »
Vice President Engineering Intellicloud at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
First, clients should be comfortable with the existing resources or existing platform which the organization is using - that is one of the very important aspects before you decide on any new tool or any kind of new technology. Second, you want to go ahead and invite a new application into your current system. Ask how compatible the application is before you decide on any new product in your organization. Third, you should consider if your employees are comfortable with the new incoming technology in terms of whether it’s easy to learn or adapt. Ask how comfortable your employees are before you bring any new tool into your organization These are the key important points. I will rate Tableau at eight out of ten because there will be some shortcomings in the application that are not up to the mark. View full review »
Alberto Guisande
Director at Decision Science
Do not hesitate to implement Tableau. You will not regret it if you are looking for a visualization and discovery tool. Most important criteria when selecting a vendor: * Customers' experiences * Transparency * The financial stability of the company. View full review »
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Bohdan Harimovych
Software Quality Assurance Engineer at Syapse
Tableau provides a UI which can be used to build a clear graphical visualization that allows quick and easy data comprehension. This functionality really helps turn data into scalable insights. This makes things a lot easier for people who don't have coding experience and with dedicated people focused on managing the visualizations, not requiring them all to be developers or to have any coding experience is a real plus. If I was to give this solution a rating from one-to-ten, ten is the best, I'd rate it a 9 because it does all that we require of it and more. I would recommend this solution to my colleagues from another company. It's a nice tool to work with. View full review »
Program Manager at a non-profit with 1,001-5,000 employees
When reviewing a possible solution, we always consider: * Price * Functionality View full review »
Carlo Capasso
Partner at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
I am very satisfied with it. I would recommend it. Most important criteria when selecting a vendor: * Customer care quality * The learning instruments provided via webinars and YouTube videos to improve my skills as fast as possible. View full review »
Senior Director BI & Analytics at Hertz Global Holdings, Inc.
The solution is very good. Loved it and the employees also love how quickly they can create a workbook and share it. Overall, a great solution and a great team. View full review »
Anthony Febres
Ejecutivo de cuentas at a marketing services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I have only trialed it. I could not get this product signed off due to budget constraints, not related to Tableau (which is far from the most expensive out there). Recommendations to others considering the product: Trial it and play around with it. You will be amazed at how quickly you pick it up. View full review »
Cristobal Rodriguez
Director Consultoria with 201-500 employees
Be careful with tableau support. Stay in touch with the professional partners because Tableau itself does not have the right number of developers or people for support. View full review »
Project Development Coordinator at a logistics company with 51-200 employees
This software must be managed on mobile devices in several languages. View full review »
Pete Marshall
Operations Manager with 11-50 employees
Manager Technology at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Most important criteria when selecting a product: * Price and licensing * Future landscape * Support. View full review »
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