A data-first approach and business intelligence can improve performance and morale and make for better sales meetings too. Can a spreadsheet do that for you?
For multi-location retail businesses, leveraging data and retail analytics is the key to making smarter decisions. The best-performing multi-retail location operations rely on a strong data culture to ask questions that get the right answers.
If you feel like you’re living a scene from “Office Space” every time you’re asked to review another slightly irrelevant or repetitive report, then it’s time to assess your organization’s data strategy, beginning with report rationalization.
One of the most common questions people ask us is, “What is business intelligence, and how can it help me?” In a world where the amount of data we generate grows exponentially, business intelligence is critical to help organizations use that information to their advantage.
As the COVID-19 pandemic impacts all of our lives in a variety of ways, there’s an underlying element that also impacts the way scientists, doctors, first-responders and public health officials can respond—data quality.
It is great to be back at Tableau Conference. It is my first time back in several years. It is wonderful to be surrounded by 18,000 of my closest data friends. Tableau not only has amazing tools but they definitely know how to throw a conference.
There is no disputing the use of spreadsheets in the workplace. It is almost the default tool of all businesses. But when it comes to gleaning insights, spreadsheets are difficult if not impossible especially when it is unknown how the data got there or if it was manipulated prior to being used.
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