Tableau + GPT: Ushering into a New Era of AI-led Business Analytics
Salesforce Introduces the Next-Generation of Tableau, Bringing Generative AI for Data and Analytics to Everyone
Salesforce has been at the forefront of generative AI-driven innovations in the recent months. It has added GPT to most of its core offerings. Today, it announced GPT is coming to its Tableau offerings. Tableau GPT is built for the age of generative AI, giving analysts access to AI-powered analytics for smarter and faster decisions
Today at Tableau Conference, Salesforce introduced the next generation of Tableau, powered by Einstein generative AI technology. With Tableau GPT and Tableau Pulse, analysts and business users can automate data analysis, anticipate user needs and automatically generate actionable insights. And, new Salesforce Data Cloud for Tableau capabilities will bring customer data directly into Tableau, unifying it in a single view for fast insights.
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Signiﬁcance: The generative AI revolution will transform how work gets done, making it exponentially easier for everyone to tap into immense troves of trusted data to do their jobs more eﬃciently. Nearly 80% of senior IT leaders believe generative AI will help their organization make better use of data — which business leaders agree is critical for decision-making. However, 41% say they can’t understand their data because it is too complex or not accessible enough, and one-third cite inability to generate insights from data as an issue for their organizations.
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Tableau GPT can generate visualizations for sales leaders based on natural language prompts that display real-time progress against their quota, along with recommendations for helping them meet goals. If average order value is decreasing, Tableau GPT can generate visuals for commerce leaders that provide insights as to why, alongside suggested solutions to resolve the problem. Or Tableau GPT can automatically create visualizations for service leaders that display changes in their teams’ CSAT scores, identify potential causes — such as a high-level of active tickets and longer response time — and oﬀer up solutions.
What’s new: By bringing the power of generative AI to analytics, and combining it with uniﬁed, real-time data from Data Cloud, Tableau is empowering everyone to make smarter, faster, data-driven decisions.
- Tableau GPT is a reimagining of Tableau and makes it easier for everyone to tap into generative AI to better understand and interact with their data in a trusted and secure way. Users can surface insights in a conversational way by simply asking questions within the console, which helps power smarter data experiences for analysts, consumers, admins, developers, and
- Tableau Pulse helps people make better, faster decisions with automated, personalized analytics. Driven by Tableau GPT, Pulse surfaces insights in both natural language and visual format, so users get the information they need in a digestible
way. And, with tight integrations with collaboration tools like Slack and email, users can interact with and collaborate on these insights directly in their usual ﬂow of work.
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- VizQL Data Service is a new developer capability that allows users to embed Tableau anywhere into an automated business workﬂow with ease. VizQL Data Service is a layer that will sit on top of published data sources and existing models and allows developers to build composable data products with a simple programming interface, helping take the complexity out of query construction and data
- Data Cloud uniﬁes all of a company’s data across channels and interactions into single, real-time customer proﬁles, and with Tableau, all of a company’s customer data can be visualized to help users explore and ﬁnd insights more easily. Data Cloud also supports zero-copy data sharing, which means that users can virtualize Data Cloud data in other databases, making it instantly available to And now with Instant Analytics, a new capability in Data Cloud for Tableau, users can analyze and visualize any Data Cloud data live inside Tableau and query millions of records with just one click of a button.
Soundbite: “Generative AI is one of the most transformative technologies of our lifetime — it’s supercharging productivity for people and businesses everywhere,” said Ryan Aytay, President and CEO, Tableau. “Tableau GPT and Tableau Pulse, together with Data Cloud, give customers a next-generation analytics experience that empowers every user to make better decisions faster with relevant data, bringing the power of data and analytics to everyone.”
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