Tableau provides a robust suite of data visualization tools across different products. The pricing is flexible and depends on the product chosen and the headcount of users:
- Tableau Desktop:
- For headcount: 200, the price range is from $14,600.00 to $30,500.00.
- For headcount: 1000, the price range is from $27,700.00 to $53,500.00.
- For headcount: 1001+, the price range is from $50,000.00 to $96,300.00.
Different tiers are available for each product, for instance, the 'Tableau Creator' tier for Tableau Desktop ranges from $777.00 to $840.00 per user per year. Please note that specific pricing related to tiers in some products like the 'Enterprise Creator' for Tableau Server may require you to contact Tableau directly.
Some products also have free trial versions available. For instance, you can start a free trial for Tableau Prep.
Free Trial Availability
Tableau offers a free trial option for some of its products, including Tableau Desktop and Tableau Prep. These trials allow users to explore the full capabilities of the products, although the exact duration of the trial may vary.
Tableau does offer discounts on its pricing, depending on certain factors such as the number of users or total headcount. The average discount is approximately 10-12% but can go up to 37% for some customers, particularly if the deal is closed before the end of a quarter. Keep in mind that discounts might be negotiable so don't hesitate to engage with Tableau on this.
Compliance and Security
Tableau adheres to several regulatory and security standards. It is compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ensuring the privacy and protection of user data. Tableau also supports Single Sign-On (SSO) capabilities and adheres to the Service Organization Controls 2 (SOC2) standard, ensuring the secure management of customer data. Tableau also supports Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), adding an extra layer of security for its users.
Tableau is known for its strong market presence as a business intelligence platform. With flexible pricing and quick closing times, Tableau provides advanced data visualization capabilities across its products, including Tableau Desktop and Tableau Server. Customers have shared favorable experiences negotiating discounts and securing beneficial renewal terms.
About Tableau's Supplier
Tableau's supplier is Salesforce, a globally acclaimed company known for its extensive array of CRM services and enterprise applications focused on customer service, marketing automation, analytics, and application development. Since Salesforce's acquisition of Tableau, customers have noted some changes in the pricing and discount structures, so this aspect may need a review during contract discussions. However, Salesforce's impressive market position and well-established reputation can provide assurance of stable and reliable service delivery.