Top 10 Ways Tableau Can Help You Better Understand Your Institution

One of the most common issues education professionals face is how to better understand their students. Schools and universities pride themselves on being both diverse in their student populations and inclusive in their programs. These institutions regularly place goals on their staff to continue to improve in these areas, as well as further strengthen foundational elements. While measuring and understanding students from a department-wide level can be a difficult task to accomplish, with the use of Tableau and the right data, this task becomes easier.

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Modernization Time: What Will Your Transition Strategy Be?

Most higher education institutions are operating finance, human resources, and student systems that are nearing 20 years old if not older. With legacy applications patched together as is typical in most colleges and universities, leaders recognize the challenge in keeping...

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Case Studies

Streamlined ERP System Selection for LCMC Health

LCMC Health was running multiple, disconnected instances of its legacy on-premise ERP system across five hospitals, plus a newly acquired hospital on an entirely different system. Limited visibility across the health system and gaps in functionality led to a patchwork...

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Visualize Public Data, Drive Insights with Tableau

Who should watch this webinar: Anyone in the public sector seeking to be more data-driven and efficient. Attendees will learn how a state government used Tableau to develop a fuller picture for economic indicators using data ingested from public sources, including...

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One of the most common issues education professionals face is how to better understand their students. Schools and universities pride themselves on being both diverse in their student populations and inclusive in their programs. These institutions regularly place goals on their staff to continue to improve in these areas, as well as further strengthen foundational elements. While measuring and understanding students from a department-wide level can be a difficult task to accomplish, with the use of Tableau and the right data, this task becomes easier.