“In today’s data-centric world, the more data customers feed into their Tableau visualization exercise, the more insights they gain,” said Maneesh Joshi, senior director of product marketing at SnapLogic. “Tableau users can now get access to fresh data in real time and transition from data creation to visualization within minutes.”
For the foreseeable future we’ll hear plenty about the next big thing, and it will be some kind of cloud-based software, and it will solve some emerging business problem, and it will let businesses focus on being expert in what they’re building instead of technology. And it will soar. Venture money will be delivered by the truck full, valuations for tiny pre-revenue (aka money-losing) companies will balloon beyond the size of small nations, and we’ll think nothing of it.
Information technology is just as much about evolution as revolution. Sometimes the IT challenge is mixing the new technology with the installed base. Leica is in that situation.
Integration software has become important to companies looking to move data and applications to the cloud.
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