Snowflake and Tableau Case Study

Business Challenges

  • SnowflakeCost Management due to its consumption-based pricing model, managing costs canbe challenging, particularly when usage is high or unpredictable.
  • Managingaccess controls and permissions can be challenging in organizations withcomplex security requirements.
  • Transferringlarge volumes of data from on-premise systems or other cloud platforms toSnowflake can be time-consuming and complex.
  • TableauPerformance Issues in Handling large volumes of data or complex calculationscan sometimes lead to performance issues, causing delays in loading andinteracting with dashboards.

Key Solutions

  • Snowflake:Setup resource monitors to track credit usage and implement limits on the computeresources to prevent overspending.
  • OptimizeSQL queries to reduce the amount of compute time and resources required.
  • Tableau:Financial Performance Dashboard which Monitors the overall financial health andperformance of the company and Displays KPIs such as net profit margin, ROI.
  • Customer360 dashboards which Monitors overall health, product usage, Experience index,Account insights, Support cases, predictive renewal/ churn.

Business Benefits

  • Snowflake: Reduced operational costs translate to improved bottom lines and enhancedprofitability for businesses.
  • Efficientmanagement and allocation of resources ensure optimal performance withoutunnecessary expenditure on excess capacity.
  • Tableau: Informed Decision-Making by Consolidating crucial financial data, enablingquick and informed business decisions and strategies.
  • Continuousmonitoring of financial KPIs performance against targets.






Snowflake is a Single place for data. The project is to maintaining or creating the Snowflake accounts, creating the objects, Data migration, creating Snowflake service accounts and the organization uses tools like AWS, Boomi, Tableau, Talend etc. for Snowflake integration