BBBT - Tableau Software - 2016 - June
03jun9:00 am11:30 amBBBT - Tableau Software - 2016 - June
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Tableau’s latest business and product developments
Business updates – since the last BBBT a year ago, here how Tableau has grown the business. We’ll go over Tableau’s international expansion, partners expansion and other programs that support customer adoption and increase data literacy.
Product – we’ll highlight the new innovations we delivered in the last year and dive into a demo of 10.0, our upcoming product launch.
Francois Ajenstat – VP of Product Management
As Vice President of Product Management, Francois Ajenstat is responsible for product strategy and product planning combining customer and partner feedback to set the strategic vision and leading the execution of new features and products. Prior to joining Tableau, Francois worked at Microsoft for 10 years in a number of different groups including SQL Server, Office and Trustworthy Computing. Prior to joining Microsoft, Francois worked for Cognos Corporation (acquired by IBM) leading strategic alliances with key industry partners such as IBM, HP, and Microsoft.
Adriana Gil Miner – VP of Corporate Communications
Adriana Gil Miner leads global corporate communications at Tableau. Adriana is responsible for cultivating relationships with industry experts, media, academia and NGOs to help increase data literacy and advance the mission of the company. Prior to joining Tableau, Adriana led marketing for the product innovation consultancy, Artefact where she elevated the brand and helped create and launch, an award-winning startup called 10,000ft. Adriana worked in financial services for almost a decade, including 5 years at American Express. She’s also worked at Digitas and Weber Shandwick bringing new products to market for clients like American Express, Samsung, Microsoft, MySpace and Tableau.
Tableau’s mission is to help people see and understand data. Tableau’s software products put the power of data into the hands of everyday people, allowing a broad population of business users to engage with their data, ask questions, solve problems and create value. Based on innovative core technologies originally developed at Stanford University, Tableau’s products dramatically reduce the complexity, inflexibility and expense associated with traditional business intelligence applications. Tableau aims to make products easy to use, ubiquitous and as deeply-rooted in the workplace as spreadsheets are today. Tableau is designed for anyone with data and questions. People can access information, perform analysis and share results without assistance from technical specialists. Tableau customers have diverse skill levels and work in all kinds of organizations, including Fortune 500 corporations, small and medium-sized businesses, government agencies, universities, and non-profits. Organizations use Tableau in a broad range of use cases such as increasing sales, streamlining operations, improving customer service, managing investments, assessing quality and safety, studying and treating diseases, and improving education.
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