Tableau Software provides business analytics and intelligence products including Tableau Desktop, an interactive data visualization tool, and Tableau Server, a business intelligence system that includes mobile compatibility and the ability to support big data connectivity.
It also offers related maintenance and support and professional training services serving the business services, energy and telecommunications, financial services, Internet, life sciences and healthcare, manufacturing and technology, media and entertainment, public sector, education, retail, consumer, and distribution industries directly, as well as through technology vendors, resellers, and original equipment manufacturer and independent software vendor partners.
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