“Organizations want to do more with the vast data they have at their disposal. It’s not just simple analysis our customers are looking seeking, it’s the power to unlock all of their data with ease and efficiency,” said Francois Ajenstat, Chief Product Officer, Tableau.“With smart recommendations, customers can get to the right data faster than ever – without having to spend time finding the right tables and joins. And with proactive monitoring of key metrics through features like data driven alerts, they can take action immediately and be more agile,” Ajenstat added.
Software company Tableau has announced the general availability of Tableau 10.3, its latest release to help organizations achieve data-driven insights faster. This is the first time the company has employed machine learning algorithms to simplify the search for the right data for analysis. The new version also includes data driven alerts to allow for proactive monitoring of key metrics. It unlocks six new data sources for rapid-fire analysis, including a new connector for extracting data from PDF documents. Additionally, Tableau online customers can try Tableau Bridge in beta, which enables a direct connection to data stored on premises directly in the cloud.
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