A good business dashboard informs with a glance. A great business dashboard combines high performance and ease of use to let anybody get data-driven answers to their deeper questions. Building dashboards with Tableau allows even non-technical users to create interactive, real-time visualizations in minutes.
In just a few clicks, they can combine data sources, add filters, and drill down into specific information. Sharing a dashboard requires no programming, whether it’s on Tableau Server, Tableau Online, or any portal or web page.
The best part is Tableau can connect to multiple live or extracted data sources, providing new opportunities for discovering new insights hidden in your data.
Building dashboards that persuade, inform, and inspire
This seven-part webinar series shows you how to efficiently build useful dashboards—plus what not to do.
Tell your data story with a dashboard.
Going from good enough to great
A quick guide for better data visualizations
Great visualizations will not only help you understand more about your data, they’ll offer faster, more meaningful answers, and even inspire others to ask and answer new questions.Learn more
When we took the first dashboard done in Tableau to the first meeting with the executives, some were so surprised, that the reaction was mostly silence. One of the executives said, 'I always asked for that in the BI area and finally they managed to do it.'
Built-in features made for advanced dashboarding
A good data story brings data and facts to life. Use Tableau's built-in story points to walk your audience through the data and insights you want to make sure they see.
A dashboard should be consumable no matter where or how the viewer is looking at it. With device designer, you can make sure that whether your dashboard is being viewed on a phone, tablet, or desktop, the experience will be optimized.