24 Mar 2021News

Solita announces partnership with Tableau in the Baltics

Solita announces partnership with Tableau in the Baltics

The technology, data, and design company Solita announces partnership with Tableau, the leader in visual analytics and data solutions, in Estonia and in the Baltics.

Solita and Tableau join forces to help Baltic companies boost their data capabilities and business analytics. The digital transformation consultancy Solita is a long-term Tableau Gold partner, serving customers such as Luminor Bank, Finnish telecommunications group DNA (part of Telenor) and the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency in their data analytics needs using Tableau.

Solita is a Tableau Gold partner and was recognised for its excellent performance as Tableau Partner of the Year in the EMEA region in 2020.

“Tableau is focused on helping people see and understand data, which fits our vision of helping companies transform and become data-driven. Tableau offers a superb analytics platform that suits the self-service BI needs of many of our customers, and we’re proud to be able to now serve customers also in the Baltics.”, commented Märt Ridala, country director for Estonia at Solita.

Solita has grown quickly and now employs over 1,100 people in Finland, Estonia, Sweden, Germany, Denmark, and Belgium. The company continues to recruit data, cloud and software development specialists. See open positions.

Further information:

Märt Ridala, Country Director, Estonia, [email protected], tel. +372 513 4833

About Solita
Solita is a fast-growing digital transformation company driven by tech, data and human insight. Our services range from strategic consulting to service design, digital development, data, AI & analytics, and managed cloud services. Founded in 1996, Solita now employs close to 1,100 digital business specialists in Finland, Sweden, Estonia, Germany, Denmark and Belgium to help businesses and societies reinvent themselves with impact that lasts.

About Tableau
Tableau helps people see and understand data. Tableau’s self-service analytics platform empowers people of any skill level to work with data. From individuals and non-profits to government agencies and the Fortune 500, tens of thousands of customers around the world use Tableau to get rapid insights and make impactful, data-driven decisions.