Diane Adams, Chief People Office at Qlik®, Brad Copeland, Vice President Healthcare, North America and Amar Kendale, Healthcare Technology Product Management and Strategy Executive discuss Qlik and Livongo’s partnership and how the two companies are coming together to help individual better manage diabetes.
Reporter Jennifer Bresnick wraps up HiMSS 2016, which includes Qlik’s partnership announcement with Nordic. This partnership brings two industry leaders together bringing actionable big data analytics insights to Epic customers.
Bill Carmody, Founder and CEO of Trepoint mentioned Qlik among platforms that empower teams to make data-driven decisions by helping them create charts and graphs so that you can see what you might have otherwise missed buried deep in your data.
James Richardson, Qlik’s Business Analytics Strategist expounds on one of his predictions, explaining that in the near future, business intelligence will make use of information delivery media to engage all three learning styles: auditory/reading, visual, or kinaesthetic.
Qlik CEO Lars Bjork explains how to Qlik plans to stay ahead and continue to innovate in the crowded, uncertain field of data visualization.
Qlik’s VP of Data, Hjalmar Gislason shares his views and insights on Data Visualization trends and technology issues.
Narrative Science and Qlik partner to enable users of Qlik Sense BI platform to take advantage of the powerful natural language generation tool Quill, to create automated intelligent narratives from data and visualizations.
Companies that use Qlik Sense software are now able to download the free Narratives for Qlik extension and automatically identifies what is most relevant in a chart or graph and generates an accompanying narrative. Insights are described in natural, easily understood language, with personalization available to reflect the desired level of story detail, composition, format and language style.
Qlik partners with Circle of Blue through Qlik’s Change our World initiative to combine data from a variety of sources in a comprehensible way for stakeholders such as government regulators, farmers and municipal water districts to track ground water. This enables officials to help find an answers to California’s lack of water supply.
During the last week of September, theCUBE, from the SiliconANGLE Media team, interviewed some heavy hitters in the Big Data industry in New York City at BigDataNYC 2015.
By having Qlik’s complete product portfolio on the same engine, Qlik will deliver greater compatibility between its products and ensure that future investments made in the QIX engine for performance, security, and connectivity will benefit both QlikView and Qlik Sense customers.
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BI analysts, industry players predict the rise of self-service, Big Data analytics, real-time data in the coming year.
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