Event Date: June 11, 2020
Hosted By: Tableau & Carahsoft
Recognizing that every day matters in flattening the curve, the Avaap analytics team is partnering in real time with the State of Ohio to provide citizens transparency into how the state is handling the COVID-19 pandemic. Using Tableau, the team is able to turn the state’s data into actionable information for leaders making life-saving decisions. Without data-driven dashboards, it would be difficult to understand the trajectory of the disease and how preventative measures are working.
Attendees joined Avaap’s Vice President of Analytics, Jeff Brown, and Analytics Director, Nehul Vyas, for a 30-minute webinar about how the State of Ohio’s data analytics Center of Excellence set them up for success when reacting to the coronavirus.
During this webinar, attendees learned:
How the State of Ohio developed a Center of Excellence and built a culture around data using Tableau
How Tableau provided transparency and led to data-driven decision making
A blueprint for how to scale
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