Forward-thinking organizations see investing in a Tableau license as just the start. They realize that customizing your Tableau deployment to your unique use cases is the key to making the most of the platform, and one way to do this is to streamline the communication and write-back processes to optimize workflows.
A Glimmer of Hope, an American non-profit philanthropic organization, generates large volumes of data during its day-to-day operation, and wanted to effectively track the outcomes and impact of their programmatic work, improve operational efficiency, optimize costs and allow donors to see the full impact of their donations.
Communicating about Tableau dashboards is a roundabout process – but it doesn’t have to be. In addition to extensions that enable write-back and annotation, there are strategies that teams can adopt to optimize the collaboration process. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how to addresses challenges inherent to collaborative analysis of dashboards.
At a Fortune 5 technology company, whenever Tableau users noticed data inconsistencies and irregularities, they had to go through a cumbersome process of going all the way back to the source of the data to question and update it. To reduce time-to-insight, they wanted to be able to write back to the data source, annotate the data and discuss the data point directly from the Tableau dashboard itself.