Tableau Launches First Online Region in Canada to Support Increased Demand for Data Analytics

Tableau, the world’s leading analytics platform (NYSE: CRM), today announced a new Tableau Online region in Montreal, Quebec. This is the first Tableau Online region in Canada, and seventh worldwide. As part of Montreal’s thriving tech ecosystem, it will serve cloud-based analytics to new and existing Tableau Online customers. The new region joins those in Japan, Australia, the United States and Europe, to provide customers with new choices in data locality.

Data has gained new value in the last year, as governments, businesses and educators turn to data to help them be more transparent, agile and resilient. This new region will provide Tableau Online customers with enhanced performance and reduce the distance between a customer’s data and their analytics service.

The new Montreal region reduces latency, with shorter load times and faster extract refreshes. In line with Tableau’s commitment to strengthening data protection for all customers, the region helps make it easier for customers to comply with regional data residency regulations.

Several Canadian organizations, including Wolseley Canada, already use Tableau Online.

The new Tableau Online region is available to new and existing customers, who may select their preferred location when setting up their Tableau Online site. It is hosted by local AWS infrastructure. To learn more about deploying cloud-based self-service analytics at your organization, visit  https://www.tableau.com/products/cloud-bi.The announcement follows Tableau’s recent launch of new enterprise capabilities and new enterprise subscription plans that will help customers advance their digital transformations by empowering everyone in an organization with trusted and governed data, driving greater success with data and analytics at scale and better business outcomes. For more information on the latest features and to upgrade to Tableau 2021.3 today, visit https://www.tableau.com/products/new-features

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