On yet another milestone, MOJO Launches “Live Data Dashboard”, product : Powered by Tableau. SaaS for user testing, digital marketing and open data applications. Tableau is a powerful and fastest growing data visualization tool used in the Business Intelligence Industry. It helps in simplifying raw data into the very easily understandable format.

Analysis and actionable insights by MOJO

With fast performance and intuitive visualizations of Tableau, MOJO explores high volumes of data of clients in minutes—whether it’s a website clickstream or an infrastructure event log. MOJO uses this enormous data to create dashboards and worksheets. We then explore the various patterns that emerge from thousands of users, and try to understand product trends. Which allows us to provide actionable insights to our clients and help them drive the business forward.

How does Tableau work?

The main function of the tableau is to gather and extract data that are stored in various servers, domains, etc. It can collect data from any platform. This data can get extracted to the tableau data engine or desktop and then the data engineer works with this data and creates dashboards and develops visualizations of the information in a meaningful way. This is where data is analyzed.

How Tableau is different from Ms Excel ?

In Tableau, you can gain insights that you never thought possible. You can play with interactive visualizations, deploy data drilling tools, and explore various data that is available, and you don’t need to have any specific knowledge of the insight you are looking for. When it comes to Excel, you need to have a prior knowledge of the insight that you want and then work with various formulae in order to get there.

Advantages of Using Tableau

  • Visualizations: We can build on a lot of data that doesn’t have any order to it and create visualizations. The in-built features of Tableau allows us to create visualizations that surely stand out of the crowd.
  • Customer Resources: The community of tableau has comprehensive online resources including guides, online forums, and training.
  • Mobile Support: Tableau has a higher percentage of users actively deploying mobile BI. All the visualization renders perfectly on mobile devices.
  • Large Amounts of Data: Tableau can generate reports on extremely large sets of data. Support for native SPSS, Excel, and big data sources is already present in Tableau. Tableau can even connect to live data sources and feed users real-time results on key business metrics.

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