雷速体育怎么投注的Verizon Fios offers residential connectivity solutions including broadband Internet, landline voice, and cable TV service delivered over fiber-optics to millions of customers. These services include 6.9 million broadband connections, 4.5 million TV subscribers, and 12.2 million landline phone users—resulting in multiple data sources with billions of rows of data generated (up to 4 terabytes a day), to be managed by the Analytics Center of Excellence team. Put in perspective, that’s nearly half of the Library of Congress collection, totaling 10 terabytes.
雷速体育怎么投注的Verizon’s Analytics Center of Excellence (ACE), a team of more than 80 people, used data science and advanced analytics in the company’s digital, call center, dispatch, marketing, and finance functions to optimize operations and enhance customer experience. They took online and offline data from Hadoop, Teradata, and Oracle, extracted and reduced it to smaller datasets, and then analyzed it in Tableau. This effective approach meant dashboards were in 200+ stakeholders’ hands in time for analysis. Stakeholders ranged from executives to customer-facing call center staff who make better decisions and deliver excellent customer service with daily insights uncovered by Tableau.
雷速体育怎么投注的Using the platform, ACE created more than 1,500 self-serving dashboards that were consumed by operations, business transformation, product development, marketing, and software engineering teams. The interactive dashboards have received 125,000-plus views, with a governed infrastructure that guarantees data is clean and usable. Tableau adoption is on the rise as Fios teams use geo-spatial mapping features to understand location-based impact and analyze text from customer chat sessions, leveraging the Tableau + R and Tableau + Mapbox integrations. These initiatives helped resolve customer service problems and improved customer satisfaction in Fios with fewer calls and service dispatches lowering operational costs.