1010data, a provider of technologies for analyzing, managing and sharing big data,has entered into a partnership with Tableau Software, a provider of rapid-fire business intelligence. Now 1010data customers can access Tableau's robust visualization capabilities for enhanced reporting while allowing Tableau customers to analyze complex data sets on 1010data's cloud-based analytical platform.
With Tableau as a certified partner in 1010data's partner program, its customers can operate on data from 1010data's cloud-based analytical platform. Additionally, customers can mash up unrelated data sets, such as weather data and economic data, and conduct detailed analysis to unveil new business opportunities.
With 1010data as part of Tableau's technology partner program, its customers benefit from Tableau's analytics and visualization capabilities, enhancing current reporting abilities.
As part of a holistic strategy to better connect with customers, Sonic, America's Drive-In, is leveraging the joint 1010data/Tableau solution to help it better predict and monitor the effectiveness of new programs and menu revisions.
"Using 1010data and Tableau Software, we can analyze critical business trends and predictive patterns across billions of transactions and present dashboards with visualizations to our managers who need answers in minutes," said Craig Miller, senior vice president and chief information officer at Sonic, in a statement. "The ability to glean insight and respond quickly helps us to continually delight our guests."
"This latest partnership is a perfect example of how we are extending our robust capabilities to meet the demands of our clients," said Sandy Steier, CEO of 1010data, in a statement. "We are constantly striving to improve our service, and through our partnership with Tableau, customers can turn our impressive number crunching into visualizations, which further expedites decision-making and gives joint customers, such as SONIC, more options to leverage their data."
"With 1010data and Tableau Software mutual customers can analyze critical business trends and predictive patterns across billions of transactions and present dashboards with visualizations to managers who need answers in minutes," said Dan Jewett, vice president of product management at Tableau Software, in the statement.