Alteryx + Tableau

Fuel your Tableau visualizations with Alteryx.

Region: Global
Partner Tier: Premier

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Powerful data visualizations require rich, perfected datasets. Alteryx
empowers analysts and citizen data scientists to create such datasets
by providing an end-to-end platform that enables users to spend less
time discovering, preparing, blending, and analyzing data for Tableau,
and more time visualizing and sharing insights. Regardless of the size
or location of data — local, on-premises, or in the cloud — users can
easily apply advanced predictive and spatial analysis to their data
through a drag-and-drop workflow. The resulting datasets are quickly
converted to Tableau extracts (.tde or .hyper) for Tableau Online,
Server, or Desktop, delivering richer and more impactful visualizations
and dashboards for your organization.





Customer Testimonial: BAE Systems

By leveraging Alteryx + Tableau, BAE Systems — a leading global defense contractor — is realizing tremendous value. By using the intuitive Alteryx analytic workflows, BAE Systems is not only saving valuable time that was previously spent writing SQL and R code, but they are also able to update their Tableau dashboards more easily, making the process of converting data into shareable insights that much more seamless.


Partner Testimonial: Tableau

Tableau is great at helping people understand their data visually, but that’s just a fraction of the entire data analytics process. Together, Alteryx and Tableau round out the process by leveraging the power of Alteryx to easily discover, prep, blend, enrich, and analyze data before sharing insights at scale through beautiful Tableau dashboards.


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