Atrium, a next-generation consulting company that leads enterprises through business transformation with AI and analytics, today announced a packaged service offering focused on helping deliver machine learning predictions to Tableau customers.
The service offering is a starter program that helps companies explore how to build predictive models in Einstein Discovery and surface those predictions within Tableau. As a part of the Jumpstart, Atrium will help customers to orchestrate external customer data sources scored by Einstein Predictions, along with managing authentication and data protocols required to deliver those predictions into Tableau. The goal is to provide Tableau customers with a convenient and affordable way to get started in their AI/ML journey.
“Our customers are looking to evolve their Tableau deployments through investments in machine learning and predictive capabilities to provide deeper and more actionable insights into their data,” said Jonathan Lincheck, Senior Vice President, Solution Engineering at Tableau. “The combination of Tableau and Einstein Discovery makes predictions easily accessible and will help extend the power of machine learning to more customers.”
A key output for the Jumpstart will be to educate companies on how both Einstein and Tableau can provide predictions that span front office, back office and business intelligence platforms.
“Companies are increasingly looking to blend predictive insights across a broad array of use cases and take actions on recommendations based on information surfaced through analytics platforms like Tableau,” said David Dixon, Director of Analytics at Atrium.
The Jumpstart will allow companies to visualize Einstein predictions in the context of their existing analytics infrastructure and support common use cases that improve key metrics such as customer acquisition, forecasting accuracy, customer growth and customer retention. These use cases typically require participation from diverse stakeholders across sales, service, marketing, support, logistics and supply chain functions all working in coordination through tools like Tableau.
Chris Heineken, CEO of Atrium added, “The deployment of the Tableau – Einstein Jumpstart Offering is a first step in helping companies to navigate the benefits of two industry leading platforms. In addition to guiding companies toward understanding how to best utilize Tableau and Einstein based on analytics use cases, we are excited to help bring predictions to the Tableau customer base.”
Atrium works with enterprise companies across diverse industries with a dedicated investment in supporting companies in financial services, life sciences and higher education. Atrium, founded in 2018, is a private corporation and profitable since inception. They have a presence in Bozeman, Montana, Jaipur, India and Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information on Atrium and their Tableau partnership, visit atrium.ai/tableau.
Atrium (www.atrium.ai) is a next-generation consulting services company that helps companies navigate business transformation by establishing IT systems of intelligence augmented with artificial intelligence and analytics. We take a data-driven approach by fusing together industry and process expertise across the disciplines of math, programming, and consulting. Founded in 2018, Atrium is recognized as a leader in enabling Fortune 1000 companies across diverse industries to deliver on the promise of digital transformation and AI.