This post originally appeared on the Atrium blog. Authored by Raushan Jha.
Nowadays, the use of data in the field of technology is growing exponentially. Lots of companies are working day and night on them. But the question is why do we need data classification?
First we have to understand what data classification is. Data classification is a process of predicting the class (labels/categories) of the given data points. And we classify the data so that we can understand and estimate the behavior of the data in a better way. There are lots of classification algorithms which are in use…
How can nonprofits solve everyday challenges and reap the benefits of Tableau and Tableau CRM, particularly in an age of Covid? We’ll show you.
In this webinar with Salesforce, we take an example nonprofit, an organization used to working with underserved communities around the world to help address health and medical issues, and work through their everyday processes and interactions with Tableau and Tableau CRM. Like many nonprofits today, they’ve faced challenges in the past… but none quite so taxing or all-encompassing as the Covid pandemic.
Interested in getting started or advancing your use of Tableau and Tableau CRM? Learn more about our services.
This post originally appeared on the Atrium blog. Authored by Garvit Khandelwal.
Since the Spring ’18 release, Salesforce has been trying to get users to switch to Microsoft Visual Studio Code (VS Code) with the retirement of the Force.com IDE Eclipse. So, if you haven’t heard of VS Code yet, it is a very lightweight, easy-to-use, and extensive IDE with built-in support for Salesforce and Git. It features keyboard shortcuts, support for debugging, and other features like syntax highlighting and code completion. All of these can make your development life a lot easier.
The best part is that Salesforce comes…
This post originally appeared on the Atrium blog. Authored by Lonnie Gray.
Last month, a most unusual AWS re:Invent came to an end. This year featured none of the crowds, ultra-marathon walks, or nightlife we have come to expect from years prior. It was, however, jam-packed with information on new services being offered by AWS.
At Atrium, our relationship with AWS has always been, and will likely continue to be, very focused on AI and machine learning — and services that enable us to build predictive models for our customers. It is a bit akin to walking into a five-story…
Patterns around analytics and AI are changing — and Tableau CRM is at the forefront of many of them. Our CEO Chris Heineken spoke with Steve Brown (Sr. Dr. Tableau CRM Solution Engineering) about his journey at Salesforce, unpacking the differences between Tableau and Tableau CRM for newcomers to analytics, and how businesses can prioritize and plan for success with predictive analytics.
This post originally appeared on the Atrium blog. Authored by Greg Barlin.
Last fall, Salesforce announced the rebrand of Einstein Analytics to Tableau CRM, a new name that could be confusing to those familiar with Tableau. It might seem like a small thing, but renaming Einstein Analytics is an indicator of the direction Salesforce intends to go with reporting. Einstein is still the overall AI brand for Salesforce, including within Tableau. In the long run though, I predict that Tableau will be the prevailing tool for visualizations and Salesforce will focus on Einstein for predictions and data query performance.
Mortgage companies are focused on market share capture and efficiency to position for the future. Thinking about lead management, call deflection, loan recapture… it can be daunting to prepare and adapt without the right intelligent solutions in place.
In this webinar, our leaders discuss the biggest AI trends in the mortgage industry and the particular use cases around acquisition, growth, service, and recapture. You’ll also see an intelligent loan application demo in Salesforce and a customer success spotlight — showcasing outcome-focused, intelligent Financial Services Cloud for a mortgage.
Interested in getting started or advancing your use of AI? Learn more about our services.
Sixty-nine percent of all B2B companies, regardless of size, consider their forecasting efforts to be ineffective (according to Forbes). Whether you’re struggling with manually intensive, outdated, or surprising forecasting capabilities, you’re not alone. In this webinar, our leaders walk through the data-driven forecast maturity curve, pair forecasting insights with action, and show you how to empower teams with Salesforce.com and Tableau CRM.
You’ll walk away with actionable ideas around improving the adoption of Salesforce, establishing a data-driven culture, improving forecast visibility and conversion rate, and more.
Learn to make decisions faster, make employees more productive, and make customers happier with intelligent systems and forecasting. Download our whitepaper on maximizing the value of forecasting.
With an important update to the Salesforce-Snowflake partnership, Einstein Analytics and Snowflake can deliver even more value to customers. Integrations between the two will allow organizations to combine and analyze all data in Snowflake Cloud Data Platform and visualize it and derive new insights with business intelligence tools such as Tableau and Salesforce applications.
Since announcing our own partnership with Snowflake recently and diving into the highlights, we spoke with our team about the benefits of the Einstein-Snowflake partnership and what stakeholders can expect.
This post originally appeared on the Atrium blog. Authored by Monali Dixit.
Widgets are one of the main components of a dashboard. In Einstein Analytics, the toggle widget
gives us the ability to make a dashboard view multi-select. When this requirement came my way in a recent implementation project, I was fascinated. In this blog post, I will explain how you can use this feature in your dashboards. Let’s get started!
I have created a sample dashboard that I want to modify using multiple toggle bindings.
In my sample dashboard, I want to do the following: