Everything we do is increasingly contributing to huge amounts of data which can be leveraged by organizations to increase their business. Organizations across the world make use of Tableau to analyze this huge amounts of data and derive actionable insights from it. Tableau can help you to create complex and beautiful data visualizations. With its intuitive and user-friendly approach to data visualization, Tableau is today, a popular choice for big and small organizations.
Tableau Desktop 10 is one of the most widely used data visualization, reporting and business intelligence tools in the world and has regularly been ranked as a “leader” in the Gartner Magic Quadrant. Tableau is simple to use and has extensive visualization capabilities that make it the reporting tool of choice for enterprises around the world.
The Tableau online training provided by Simplilearn is designed to ensure you pass the Tableau Desktop 10 Qualified Associate certification exam and are ready to begin a new job assignment requiring Tableau Desktop expertise. The Tableau training focuses on acquiring important skills you can use on the job such as using statistical tools and analytics, creating reports and dashboards, and mastering the many aspects of data visualization.
With Simplilearn’s Tableau certification training on Desktop 10, you will be able to:
The Tableau certification training provided by Simplilearn is the perfect course for anyone who wishes to excel in the field of analytics. This Tableau training is designed for:
The head of Product Management of a retail products company is responsible for determining which products his company should continue to offer for sale and which products should be discontinued from the company’s product catalogue. He wants to build a dashboard that will present monthly sales performance by product segment and product category to help him identify the segments and categories that have met or exceeded their sales targets, as well as those that have not met their sales targets.
The head of Sales for a retail products company is responsible for increasing business from the company’s customers. He wants to build a dashboard that will present some statistics about the customers, a ranking of the customers by Profit Ratio, and a breakdown of each customer’s sales and profit performance. This information will be broken down by Region so that he can analyze the differences in customers across the company’s geography. He also wants to be able to break down the information by Segment, by Category, and by Year or Order Date.
The head of Product Management for a retail products company is also responsible for product pricing. He needs to determine if his products are appropriately priced to maximize both sales and profit ratio. He wants to build a dashboard that will present sales by product category over time, with the ability to drill down to the product and regional level. He also wants to be able to click on a specific product name to do a Google search for that product and to look at competitors’ pricing levels.
The CEO of a retail products company is very focused on the sales of the products her company sells, as she needs to deliver a presentation on the company’s sales results to the company’s Board of Directors every quarter. She is also interested in sales performance across the company’s four regions, as she is also responsible for setting sales performance targets for her sales teams in each region. She wants to build a dashboard that will present some metrics about products (such as sales, profits, profit ratio, etc.). She also wants to be able to see the trends of these statistics over time, and be able to filter down to one, more than one, or all geographic regions.