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This goes out specifically to those who work with Alteryx in a large organization or who use Alteryx in a consulting process with these organizations. How have you seen the transition of Alteryx knowledge throughout an organization? Do you have your expert Alteryx users who work with many different teams building workflows for their processes? Are these gurus now the owners of running and maintaining these workflows for these processes?
Or do you find that Alteryx is being put into the hands of the process owners to help improve old processes? Do you run into the challenge of Alteryx knowledge being lost when someone transitions to a new position?
I am interested to hear your thoughts and experiences utilizing Alteryx in a large organization.
Our organization has analysts embedded in most cost centers. As Alteryx has expanded throughout the organization, many of the analysts are learning the tool and using it independently for the teams they support. This has greatly reduced the implementation time, but has also lead to the proliferation of self governed Alteryx servers and poorly designed / documented workflows.