Lavastorm Analytics has partnered with Tableau Software to empower knowledge workers to unlock high-impact business insights hidden in their data. As part of the technology partnership, Lavastorm will work with Tableau and their customers, prospects, and channel partners to extend the benefits of using both companies' products in conjunction.
By creating flexible, reusable ETL and core analytic processes with Lavastorm's visual configuration environment, customers can break through data availability and quality bottlenecks.
In support of Lavastorm's partnership with Tableau, the company has released a new set of capabilities that deliver tighter integration between the Lavastorm Analytics Engine and Tableau. After using the Lavastorm Analytics Engine to acquire, prepare, and federate data from many sources, business analysts can publish their results to the Tableau Data Extract format.
"Our customers have been using Lavastorm software in conjunction with Tableau to accelerate time to value for quite a while now," said Toffer Winslow, general manager of the analytics business at Lavastorm Analytics, in a statement. "Our field-proven, agile data management software, go-to-market strategy, and price points all align very well with what Tableau customers are seeking. We're very pleased to have formalized our partnership with Tableau, and we look forward to deepening our collaboration for the benefit of knowledge workers around the world seeking actionable insights to continuously improve business performance."
"Tableau and Lavastorm share a common goal of making it easy to extract meaning from an ever-growing volume and variety of data," said Dan Jewett, vice president of product management at Tableau Software, in a statement. "By joining Tableau's partner program and bringing deeper levels of integration between our respective products to the market, Lavastorm will be able to help organizations using Tableau Software to break down their data silos and unleash the potential of their data to analyze, optimize, and control their business processes."