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Tableau Software Offers Free Webinars on How to Improve Data Analysis Through Visualization

Tableau Software Offers Free Webinars on How to Improve Data Analysis Through Visualization

SEATTLE, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Tableau Software, the global leader in visual analysis software, is offering free webinars Wednesday September 19 and Thursday September 20. Webinars will educate executives, business analysts and knowledge workers on how visual analysis can help speed-up data analysis efforts and find breakthrough insights while making the analytical process more enjoyable. The webinars will show attendees how to analyze data visually, spot trends and relationships quickly, and produce beautiful, insightful graphics.

(Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20050922/SFTH013LOGO) -- September 19 -- "Data Visualization for Everyone: Graphics Breakthroughs for Everyday Data Analysis." Key points include: -- How this technology helps business analysts ask questions and get answers using a true graphics breakthrough -- How visual analysis easily snaps into a desktop software environment -- How web access to user-defined displays and interactive dashboards promotes the use of Business Intelligence within organizations Sign up at http://www.tableausoftware.com/visualanalysisbreakthroughs -- September 20 -- "Data Visualization for Health Information Management Professionals." Key points include: -- How data visualization measurably increases the quality and speed of Health Information Management -- How visual analysis of multi-variate data facilitates the discovery of trends, patterns and anomalies -- How to make presentations and reports more informative and useful Sign up at http://www.tableausoftware.com/healthanalysisbreakthroughs

"As a driving force of business's adoption of visual analysis, Tableau places high priority on providing free training and webinars to knowledge workers across many industries," said Christian Chabot, co-founder and CEO. "We have a host of visualization experts creating our education content. By sharing that knowledge, we're helping make the lives of people easier and more productive."

About Tableau Software

Tableau Software, a privately held company based in Seattle, Washington, is the leading provider of visual analysis products. Its award-winning products can be downloaded at http://www.tableausoftware.com/trial.htm and used by anyone, including managers, business intelligence professionals, business analysts, strategic consultants, financial professionals, market researchers, scientists and engineers in nearly every industry. For more information, visit http://www.tableausoftware.com/.

"Tableau Software" and "Visual Analysis for Databases" are registered trademarks or trademarks of Tableau Software. References to other companies and their products use trademarks owned by the respective companies and are for reference purposes only.

Tableau Software

CONTACT: Elissa Fink, VP Marketing of Tableau Software, +1-206-633-3400,
ext. 560, mobile, +1-703-967-6174, [email protected]

Web site: http://www.tableausoftware.com/

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