Adding value to retail shopping venues through foodservice.
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Citrix environments, Microsoft Hyper-V, Parallels, and VMware1
All of Tableau’s products, with the exception of tabcmd and tabadmin, are Unicode-enabled and compatible with data stored in any language. The user interface and supporting documentation are in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Simplified Chinese.
The following guidelines are minimum recommended hardware configurations. Actual hardware configurations required will vary depending on user load, data volumes, visual complexity, and other factors.
Very small deployments
(i.e. proof-of-concepts or initial evaluations, 1-2 concurrent users) •4 cores, 2.0 GHz or higher minimum recommended CPU ◦32-bit version: Dual-core, 2.0 GHz or higher minimum recommended CPU
(i.e. less than 25 concurrent users) •4 cores, 2.0 GHz or higher minimum recommended CPU
(i.e. less than 100 concurrent users) •8 cores, 2.0 GHz or higher minimum recommended CPU
Contact Javelin Group for advice
Supports Microsoft Active Directory, in addition to the built-in Tableau user system, for user authentication and group membership definitions.
All of Tableau’s products, with the exception of tabcmd and tabadmin, are Unicode-enabled and compatible with data stored in any language. The user interface and supporting documentation of Tableau Server are in English, French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Simplified Chinese.
Working with Javelin Group has transformed our approach to retail store planning. We can now produce consistent store appraisals utilising multiple sources of data quickly and easily. In addition, our investment in Alteryx has allowed us to realise many other uses and applications, for example, our Group Finance team use the software to support their store based financial reporting. We’re very pleased to be using Alteryx and working with Javelin Group.
Gordon Forsyth, Group Property Director, Steinhoff International.
UK shopping venue annual rankings.
Shopping venue rankings.
For the new age of retail.
Survivors and casualties in the fight for the high street.
Retail industry trade research.
Assessing store performance and roll-out potential.
Assessing commercial trading potential for retail-led developments.
Advising on airport retail developments and travel termini.
Robin Bevan runs our Locations & Analytics practice. He has over 25 years’ experience in retail property, including location strategies for retailers, geographic channel strategies for brands, shopping centre strategies for developers and owners, due diligence for private equity investors and commercial space planning for travel hub operators, and has wide international experience, having worked in 20 countries. Robin also leads our Ignite m-commerce initiative, which brings digital into the heart of the physical environment (e.g. shops, shopping centres, travel hubs). A PPE graduate from Oxford University, Robin contributed recently as part of the industry taskforce which published the influential Beyond Retail report for central government.