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  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Data Governance for Self-Service Analytics

    Almost any organization will say they make decisions based on data, or that they want to. Scratch the surface with a few questions about the quality of that data and confidence vanishes. Move on to discuss data security and see how quickly the subject changes. Data is clearly a key...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Making Flow Happen: How to Build Dashboards That Persuade, Inform and Engage

    In data visualization, flow is crucial. Your audience should smoothly absorb and use the information in a dashboard without distractions or turbulence. Lack of flow means lack of communication, which means failure. So how do you create flow for an audience? Download this resource today and learn the main steps...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    The Road Forward: An IT Roadmap for Scaling Self-Service Reporting

    Enabling people to analyse their own data has gone from a trend to a norm. Most IT departments agree that self-service is a superior approach, and are only too happy to get out of the report-writing business. But IT does want to stay in control of critical aspects of the...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    How a Data-Driven Culture Improves Organizational Performance

    This white paper, sponsored by Tableau Software, discusses the analytics culture within Asia/Pacific organizations and compares and contrasts organizations that realize higher positive outcomes from their analytics solutions with their peers. We explore why analytics use is important, how to foster analytics use, and why meeting the analytics needs of...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Excel: Great hammer, lousy Screwdriver - 5 needs Excel can’t solve

    Excel’s ubiquity often makes it the default analysis tool of choice. Whether one clamors to swivel pivot tables, build macros or invoke the function wizard, the instinct to turn to Excel for analytical tasks is undeniable. But as useful as it can be, Excel can’t do it all. This report...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    The Road Forward: An IT Roadmap for Scaling Self-Service Reporting

    Enabling people to analyse their own data has gone from a trend to a norm. Most IT departments agree that self-service is a superior approach, and are only too happy to get out of the report-writing business. But IT does want to stay in control of critical aspects of the...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    How a Data-Driven Culture Improves Organizational Performance

    This white paper, sponsored by Tableau Software, discusses the analytics culture within Asia/Pacific organizations and compares and contrasts organizations that realize higher positive outcomes from their analytics solutions with their peers. We explore why analytics use is important, how to foster analytics use, and why meeting the analytics needs of...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Excel: Great hammer, lousy Screwdriver - 5 needs Excel can’t solve

    Excel’s ubiquity often makes it the default analysis tool of choice. Whether one clamors to swivel pivot tables, build macros or invoke the function wizard, the instinct to turn to Excel for analytical tasks is undeniable. But as useful as it can be, Excel can’t do it all. This report...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Data Governance for Self-Service Analytics

    Almost any organization will say they make decisions based on data, or that they want to. Scratch the surface with a few questions about the quality of that data and confidence vanishes. Move on to discuss data security and see how quickly the subject changes. Data is clearly a key...

    Sponsored By Tableau

  • White Papers // Jul 2015

    Making Flow Happen: How to Build Dashboards That Persuade, Inform and Engage

    In data visualization, flow is crucial. Your audience should smoothly absorb and use the information in a dashboard without distractions or turbulence. Lack of flow means lack of communication, which means failure. So how do you create flow for an audience? Download this resource today and learn the main steps...

    Sponsored By Tableau