Salesforce has expanded its cloud fleet by adding a new member— Tableau Cloud. Yes, you heard right! On May 17, 2022, Salesforce launched Tableau Cloud at the annual Tableau Conference to provide a quick and easy way for customers to get all the services of Tableau on an enterprise scale. It is a next-generation offering that was previously known as Tableau Online. It covers new innovations to enhance productivity levels by offering powerful and easy-to-use analytical tools to get deep insight and make data-driven decisions.
With Tableau Cloud, Salesforce is stepping ahead towards its Customer 360 by providing actionable insights to customers from their trusted data that can be accessed from anywhere, anytime.
What is Tableau Cloud?
Tableau Cloud is the next step in the evolution of fully-hosted cloud-based solutions that enable us to make smarter decisions through fast and easy analytics. It provides the leading analytics platform to organizations so that teams and individuals will get a better insight to make faster and more confident decisions. Instead of on-premise or hybrid solutions, most new customers prefer to choose Tableau Cloud to boost their analytics. One of the key reasons why customers rely on Tableau is its speed, easy-to-use, and flexibility benefits.
Tableau Cloud’s Key Features
After you’ve figured out what Salesforce Tableau Cloud is, here are some of its key features:
Deliver Quick, Automated Insights
We know that the language of data is required to work on Salesforce Tableau Cloud, but the key ideology behind it is to find insights and patterns in data that users utilize or obtain. The users can’t speak the data language, therefore Tableau team makes the data speak, which can be easily understood by the users. However, it is still complex to make data speak a person’s language. Therefore, to resolve this issue, Salesforce Tableau Cloud comes up with data stories that give easy-to-understand explanations and story writing for data. In this way, users can get a better understanding of underlying patterns and insights.
Expansion of Accelerators
Salesforce Tableau Cloud is using the accelerators for enhancement purposes. Accelerators are ready-to-use dashboards that can be used by organizations for quick data input and to obtain insights. Tableau is also increasing its Accelerators offering on the Tableau Exchange. It is an exchange of offerings that can help in extending the Tableau Platform and allow customers to get a faster time to value. Currently, there are more than 100 accelerators available on Tableau Exchange, including those that are developed by experts across the Tableau Partner Network.
The Tableau Exchange also comes with in-product capability features that allow customers to explore and utilize the Tableau Exchange offerings. They can be utilized directly in the product without the need for a separate download.
Einstein in Tableau to discover deeper insights across the Salesforce customer 360
Tableau Cloud also works well in the development of Salesforce Customer 360 and allows customers to strengthen their data to get actionable insight. Tableau has a great combination of Einstein Discovery’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) technology, which allows users to make quick and accurate decisions with more confidence. For example, by using Model Builder, business teams can develop predictive models and gain better analytical insight without leaving their Tableau workflows. The incorporation of Einstein Discovery into CRM Analytics brings an advanced analytics solution for CRM users, which will support users in taking actionable insights directly from within the Salesforce workflows. –
- Einstein Discovery: Text Clustering harnesses the power of Machine Learning (ML) models to bring out hidden insights by extracting keywords from large text fields and ensuring improved decision making.
- Einstein Discovery now includes Bias Detection for multiclass models through which you can root out bias by using variables while preventing the need to retain an entire model. Additionally, you can use multi-class more frequently and expand your use case options.
Advanced Management to Boost Efficiency
Advanced Management is also introduced by Tableau, which brings the combination of manageability, security, and scalability functionality together across the enterprise. It provides greater agility and saves time for IT to manage Tableau at scale. With these highly configurable capabilities, administrators can get an in-depth insight about the adoption and performance, as well as prevent the misuse of trusted data while providing a better experience.
- Customer- Managed Encryption Keys- With this feature, customers can easily meet the organization’s compliance standards and provide an extra layer of protection for their data.
- Activity Log- With this log, administrators can track the history of how users are using Tableau. It also provides detailed information about data for creating activity records and Admin Insights.
Tableau Cloud has been developed with the aim of dealing with current data and multiple data sources that users will generate in the future. This new Tableau understands the key issues faced by the users. With the Salesforce Tableau Cloud, users can easily understand, share, and distribute distrusted data by automatically adding plain-language explanations. By using customizable and ready-to-use Tableau Accelerator dashboards, many companies can gain quick insight and value from data. Also, Tableau Advanced Management can be used by all sizes of businesses to get deep insight and make data-driven decisions.
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