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Agiloft joins Tableau as a technology partner to provide powerful contract reporting and analytics

Agiloft, providers of no-code contract lifecycle management, is partnering with Tableau, allowing for enhanced integration between Agiloft and Tableau for improved data visualizations and analysis of contract management data.

Through the new partnership, Agiloft aims to develop a more robust connector to allow customers to easily connect Agiloft and Tableau.

As both a Salesforce and Tableau partner, Agiloft fully offers an end-to-end, sell-side and buy-side contract management solution that enables bi-directional integration with Tableau for powerful reporting and analytics.

With its unmatched configurability and robust AI capabilities, Agiloft's no-code platform was built to manage and integrate the commercial processes that surround contracts.

CLM helps organizations drive long-term revenue growth, maintain cost discipline, and reduce security and compliance risk through monitoring contract obligations and performance across departments, and by integrating enterprise-wide commercial data.

Agiloft's native reporting capabilities are robust, and its out-of-the-box Tableau integration offers even more advanced data analytics capabilities, making it easier for organizations to build reports and dashboards, and generate actionable insights from their contract data, according to the vendor.

"Tableau is a powerful platform that makes business analytics fast and intuitive, and we are very excited to be adding them as a technology partner," said Elisabeth Bykoff, VP of Agiloft global alliances. "This partnership reflects our commitment to continually add new tools and advanced integrations for increased enterprise productivity and customer success. It also allows us to integrate more tightly with the Salesforce ecosystem."

For more information on the Tableau partnership, visit www.tableau.com/partners.

For more information about this news, visit www.agiloft.com.

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