Known for its world-leading business intelligence (BI) tools, Tableau has gathered the opinions of its experts to produce an illuminating white paper on where we’re headed next with BI.
Not sure this is relevant to you? It’s worth taking another look – the trends highlight the importance of data literacy as a skill for the future and the role of IT departments as data heroes, enabling data-driven decisions throughout organisations.
As our business intelligence partner and the power behind our One Analytics solution, we were particularly interested to see Tableau’s expert’s views on how people will start to work with data in more natural ways, such as natural language interfaces, and the role of collaboration in analytics. Whether these trends enable your service teams to interact with data and undertake self-service analysis in an even more intuitive manner, or improve the ways that dashboards are iterated and improved upon within your local authority, they are sure to impact the way that you and your users interact with data in the future.
We work closely with Tableau to ensure that new functionality, including developments that supports these trends, are quickly incorporated into One Analytics. This ensures that your local authority and the families who need your support benefit from the latest tools for identifying and monitoring vulnerable groups, delivering service improvements and efficiencies and ensuring multi-agency partners have the information they need to deliver joined-up services.
Tableau’s predictions make fascinating reading – if you were previously in any doubt as to the importance of analytics to the success of all organisations, you certainly won’t be after reading their insights. The supporting linked documents shared by Tableau offer further evidence that these are trends not to be ignored.
Want to know more? I won’t spoil your enjoyment of reading the white paper by spilling all the beans, but I will say that there’s never been a better time to start taking an interesting in data literacy and advanced analytics.
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