• November 10, 2014

Infosys Pairs with Tableau Software on Business Intelligence and Visualization Solution

Infosys, a provider of technology, consulting, outsourcing, and next-generation services, has forged a strategic partnership with Tableau Software, a provider of business analytics software.

The partnership will combine the global talent pool and client reach of Infosys with Tableau's breakthrough analytics technology.

As part of the partnership, Infosys will integrate Tableau's software into the solutions it deploys to help clients unlock the power of big data. Infosys will also use its global training facilities to substantially increase the number of Tableau analytics experts in the company.

"Tableau's mission is to help people see and understand their data, and our partnership with Infosys is an exciting step forward in doing this," said Christian Chabot, CEO and co-founder of Tableau Software, in a statement. "Infosys' deep expertise delivering enterprise technology solutions and its global presence will help bring Tableau to more businesses and people who want to make data-driven decisions."

"We have seen substantial interest from our clients in Tableau as a great way to bring the power of visualization and business intelligence to end-users," said Vishal Sikka, CEO and managing director of Infosys, in a statement. "We will bring our scale and expertise in mission critical enterprise software solutions, big data and in education and training, together with the power of Tableau analytics and visualization to help enterprises rethink business intelligence."

Other recent partnerships for Tableau include Splunk, Lavastorm Analytics, and 1010data

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