Siemens Picks Tableau Software for Visual Analytics Tools

SiemensLogoA Siemens business unit has chosen to deploy technology from Tableau Software as part of its plans to provide employees with a faster and enhanced visual analytics platform.

Under the agreement, Siemens Energy Sector will use Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server, Tableau announced Wednesday.

“Data analytics are critical for us to keep up with the increasing amounts of data,” says Markus Lahmer, from Siemens Energy IT.

“With the help of Tableau we are now able to run visual analytics in minutes instead of hours,” he added.

The Tableau technologies are intended to allow Siemens employees to connect to live data and perform visual rapid-fire analysis.

“As volumes of data continue to grow, data analytics are becoming more important for companies to remain competitive and make strategic decisions,” said James Eiloart, vice president of Tableau in Europe.

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