Unveiled at the company's conference in Las Vegas by vice president of mobile and strategic growth Dave Story, Vizable takes advantage of the native iOS interface to simplify data exploration.
"There is no great app to see and understand a spreadsheet visually, using only a tablet," said Story.
"This is an incredibly common scenario. Whether you're a teacher with students' test data, a small business with the day's sales, a cyclist with ride stats, or an executive with the past hour's web site traffic, Vizable brings analytics to more people by engaging them with their data like never before."
The first version of Vizable can handle CSV and Excel (xls or xlsx) files, and its visualisations can be shared via email, instant message, or social media.
Organisations given early access to Vizable report finding insights to drive and improve their businesses, even while they're on the go.
"We started with a food truck, so the very nature of our business is mobile," said Roz Edison, owner of Marination, a Hawaiian-Korean fusion cuisine business with one food truck and three restaurants in Seattle.
"Since we've started using Vizable, if someone asks me how Marination is doing this week, I can pull out my iPad, start swiping and dragging my cash register data, and boom! It's that easy."