Tableau is analyzing data for Japan-based household and consumer goods retailer MUJI.
Tableau on top of cloud-based Amazon Redshift is analyzing about 300 million rows of online and brick-and-mortar store data combined with data from mobile app MUJI Passport.
MUJI has 640 stores worldwide, and is leveraging Tableau to improve its promotions as well as increase multi-channel sales.
Tableau is a fast growing business analytics software company that generated US $413 million in 2014.
The company has a global footprint and presently more than 3,000 companies and organizations are using Tableau in APAC.
New customer accounts
Japan contributed towards the addition of the most new customer accounts in the region in 2014.
Australia is Tableau's largest APAC market, and the company reached more than 900 customer accounts last year.
Tableau has experienced growing demand in APAC and has increased its headcount to a total of 130 people in the region.
Few customers in the APAC region include beauty and wellness expert Marico, Australian health group Mater Health Services, Metro, a department store chain in Singapore; and Travel Sky, a state enterprise in China providing information technology and commercial services to the airline and tourism industry.
"In the average week more than 150 organizations are moving to the Tableau way," said Christian Chabot, CEO and co-founder of Tableau. "People are looking for analytics technology that is fast, easy, and for everyone. They want to put the power of data into the hands of people at all levels of their companies. We saw the strongest demand we've ever seen in our history, making 2014 a tipping point year for Tableau."
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