InfoSol will make an appearance once again as a sponsor and exhibitor at the Tableau Annual Conference (TC18) to be held at New Orleans, LA October 22-25, 2018. InfoSol’s booth number is 508, so if you plan on attending the conference be sure to drop by for demos and giveaways!
There will be non-stop excitement and demonstrations of the new InfoBurst Tab solution, as well as the latest enhancements to InfoBurst Tab, providing users with a slick integration between BusinessObjects and Tableau. This year, in addition to being able to automatically schedule, burst and publish Web Intelligence content directly into Tableau Data Extracts and schedule/burst the derived Tableau Workbooks, the latest release brings even MORE integrative features! Such as the ability to automatically publish Tableau dashboards into PNG and PDF file formats and deliver them to a variety of different destinations.
Enhancements to InfoBurst Tab through a Web Data Connector also enable both BusinessObjects and Tableau users to dynamically access stored database queries or refresh a high speed data cache that contains BusinessObjects content for Tableau access. The cache can be automatically refreshed based on both time and external events and hold millions of rows of data with super-fast and simple access.
“We are really pumped up to be at this year’s Tableau conference.” said Paul Grill, InfoSol, CEO, “With now more than 40% of BusinessObjects customers using Tableau in conjunction with BO, our InfoBurst Tab integration solution makes perfect sense and this will be the perfect place to showcase it.”
In addition to the demos, there will be plenty happening at the InfoSol booth with great giveaways and a raffle, so be sure to stop by booth #508!
John Shields started working for InfoSol in the summer of 2012 after graduating from Arizona State University with his bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems. He is passionate about web development and data visualization and has taken over the reigns as InfoSol's Champion of Web Presence. Outside of work he enjoys the outdoors and is an avid mountain biker and snowboarder.