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Tableau Conference: Data 21

Data lovers rejoice as the Tableau Conference returns this November! The free virtual conference will be held between November 10th – 12th, and will provide you with the opportunity to connect with your analytical peers from around the world and discover new ways to work smarter and faster with your data. Tableau is designed to help visualise your data with ease and unleash the power of data to empower your organisation with real-time interactive dashboards, advanced visual analytics and enhanced business intelligence. As a Tableau Alliance Partner, we are really excited to tune in and hear from our #datafam and enhance our expertise.

What to Look Forward to

The conference will be held over 3 days with lots of insights demonstrating how people use Tableau to drive better decisions. Some of the stellar speakers who will be at the conference include:

  • Mark Nelson – President & CEO at Tableau
  • Francois Ajenstat – Chief Product Officer
  • Jackie Yeaney – Executive VP, Marketing


Along with some special guest appearances from:

  • Allyson Felix – U.S. Olympic Athlete
  • Jessica Long – 16-time U.S. Paralympic Athlete
  • Tom Daley – G.B. Olympic Athlete

Be sure to mark your calendar and register for the Tableau Conference now to take your next steps in your data journey and enhance your Tableau experience.

For further information on Tableau, take a look at the key takeaways from our recent Tableau for Salesforce Webinar and check out what we do as a Tableau Partner to deep dive into everything Tableau.

 

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We are now the Globant Salesforce Studio

We are delighted to announce that as of today CloudShift has become the Globant UK Salesforce Studio.

Following our acquisition by Globant over 18 months ago, the CloudShift team with now over 200 Trailblazing consultants will join the wider 2,000 strong global Salesforce practice, continuing to deliver successful digital transformations for our customers.

Read more about our transition here.