NetSuite Partners with Tableau to Extend Visual Analytics Experience to its Cloud Customers

By CIOReview | Wednesday, October 28, 2015
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SAN MATEO, CA: NetSuite forms a strategic alliance with, business intelligence and analytics solutions provider, Tableau Software, to bring in Tableau's instant visual analytics to NetSuite cloud platform.

Businesses can now easily apply Tableau's powerful analytics to NetSuite data to gain real time insights facilitating more valid data driven business decisions. Tableau's advanced data discovery and visual analytic tools can be used to merge NetSuite with other data sources to spot business trends, benchmark to industries and identify latent low cost, high margin opportunities.

"This integration opens new doors for joint customers to understand and act on NetSuite data in real-time using best-in-class analytics," says Dan Jewett, VP, Product Management, Tableau Software. "Robust analytics is a hallmark of leading-edge companies, and this makes it faster and simpler for NetSuite customers to take full advantage of Tableau to drive the business."

The business analysis offered by the partnership leverages ERP, CRM and ecommerce data to identify trends, key performance indicators (KPI), and gain insights into overall business performance. Visual analytics solutions filters data dynamically, split trends across different categories or run an in-depth cohort analysis. Deep statistics helps businesses to export business data to run trend analyses, regressions, correlations and more and interactive mapping option showcases interactive worldwide maps which extend global insights into business performance.

"Both NetSuite and Tableau are committed to meeting rising demand among customers for out-of-the-box integration that would let them go from data to insights in a few clicks," comments Guido Haarmans, Senior Vice President, Business Development for Technology Partners, NetSuite. "Teaming up with Tableau and our joint development efforts addresses this demand and enhances the value of our respective technologies."