AN OVERVIEW OF THE FUNCTIONS OF TABLEAU 2020.3
Tableau 2020.3 includes powerful features designed to help scale up analysis, making reliable data more accessible to all.
Consumer debt collection includes all actions aimed at obtaining payment of a sum owed by a private party for a debt owed to a business. This activity must be carried out in compliance with legal regulations and the self-regulatory codes that some managers have set themselves. In this case, the Tableau Desktop tool offers us help in analysing the debt collection activity. The dashboard allows the user to analyse the loans granted by the credit entity with the aim of highlighting:
– the scope of the use of the funding both in terms of numbers and average outstanding amount;
– the performance of bad or defaulted debts with a forecast analysis of future financing based on the date of the incurrence of the debt;
– the analysis of the percentage of repayments obtained according to the degree of risk attributed to the counterparty when the loan was taken out and according to the maturity of the contract.
It is also possible to obtain predictions with Tableau using a technique known as exponential smoothing. Credit risk, investments, debt collection and other financial activities are continuously updated. Complex analyses are aided by Business Intelligence software that facilitates the understanding and analysis of the data in a simple and scalable way.