Tableau or Einstein: The Case for Both

  • Tableau leads in “on-premise” analytics, commonly used for back-office and mid-office focused solutions.
  • Tableau allows for easy connectivity to common on-premise data sources without having to build complex integrations.
  • Tableau leads in real-time analytics, with the ability to directly query real-time transactional datastores.
  • Tableau lacks true AI/ML capabilities, like the kind available in Einstein Analytics Plus through its Discovery functionality.
  • Einstein Analytics was developed to work seamlessly with the Salesforce platform. Tableau can be integrated as well, but was not specifically developed to exist within the Salesforce user experience, and requires some customization to do so.
  • Tableau lacks the Salesforce action framework found in Einstein Analytics.

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