Screenshot of Tableau’s COVID-19 Data Hub dashboard (Credit: Tableau) Seattle’s Tableau Software is helping companies gauge the impact of the pandemic on their businesses with its new interactive COVID-19 Data Hub dashboard . Companies can download free customized dashboards with the latest coronavirus data from Johns Hopkins University, the […]

Seattle’s Tableau Software is helping companies gauge the impact of the pandemic on their businesses with its new interactive COVID-19 Data Hub dashboard.

Companies can download free customized dashboards with the latest coronavirus data from Johns Hopkins University, the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control, and combine them with their own company findings to track how the virus may impact staff, customers and suppliers.

“There are tons of fantastic maps and real-time COVID-19 trackers out there, so we also wanted to focus on making that data actionable,” said Steve Schwartz, director of public affairs at Tableau.

The COVID-19 Data Hub has been downloaded more than 16,000 times, with companies such as Mapbox, PATH, Snowflake, Datablick, and Starschema using the tool.

King County is also one of several government agencies that have created a dashboard to track the spread of COVID-19. The county worked with the county to improve dashboard efficiency.

King County is also one of several government agencies that have created a dashboard to track the spread of COVID-19. The county worked with the county to improve dashboard efficiency.

Tableau was acquired by Salesforce last year for $15.7 billion. The company remains based in Seattle and continues to operate independently under the Tableau brand, led by CEO Adam Selipsky, a former Amazon Web Services executive.

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