We believe Qlik’s people, products and culture can make the world a better place. Through our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, Change Our World, we innovate and push the boundaries of how much good a CSR programme can do.
We support the world’s most vulnerable people and other communities in need of support by providing more than a hand out. Rather, we aspire to provide long-term, sustainable benefits to enhance quality of living.
We respect the environment by minimising our impact. Where possible, we develop strategies that create positive environmental outcomes.
We empower our employees and partners to celebrate their individuality by helping us further develop and make our mutual CSR aspirations a reality.
Through the Qlik Software Grant programme, we donate products and services to help humanitarian and community-focused, nonprofit organisations make sense of complex information. Qlik products enable qualified organisations to gain visibility into data sources, accelerate outcomes and make their great work even better.
If you are selected to receive a Change Our World grant, the benefits can include:
For more information on the Qlik Change Our World programme, please contact ChangeOurWorld@qlik.com
AAI increases transparency and empowers advocacy for an improved response to AIDS. AAI launched the Workplace Scorecard, enabling companies to monitor and benchmark their HIV/AIDS strategies and activities in the workplace. QlikView is used to aggregate data collected from various organisations and identify which ones need to improve their initiatives. With QlikView, AAI plans to include a wider range of global health and human rights data sources to provide a more complete picture of the world’s response to AIDS.
A member of the ACT alliance, The Church of Sweden works for positive and sustainable change in the lives of people affected by poverty and injustice through coordinated and effective humanitarian, development and advocacy work. The Church of Sweden uses QlikView for better insight into donor databases in order to increase the efficiency of fundraising efforts.
MIX provides objective data and analysis on microfinance providers, promoting financial transparency and helping to build information infrastructures in developing countries. MIX was founded by the Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) and is sponsored by Citi Foundation, Deutsche Bank, IFAD, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Omidyar Network.
Circle of Blue, a network of experts reporting on the global freshwater crisis, needed help analysing a global survey on attitudes toward freshwater sustainability, management and conservation.
This international humanitarian medical organisation uses QlikView to gain information and communicate with target donor segments. The fundraising team has been able to track the results of campaigns and dig deeper into donors to find response rates and lifetime value of individual donors. The organisation’s most valuable use of QlikView has been to visualise a five-year perspective that compares the past to the future for more strategic campaign decisions.
HOPEHIV helps some 50,000 vulnerable children and young people in 26 partner organisations across sub-Saharan Africa. Through its use of QlikView, HOPEHIV gauges the effectiveness of fundraising strategies to make better decisions about allocating critical funds.
The Knowledge Is Power Program, is a national network of free open-enrolment college preparatory schools that use QlikView so teachers can better track their students’ progress. KIPP New Orleans deployed QlikView to over 190 teachers and found the benefits to be overwhelming. Teachers are now able to input data about each student classroom performance, analyse it and then quickly act on it as necessary – whether that is changing curriculum or flagging an important need to parents.
This workforce development organisation for local youth deployed QlikView to support its finance, workforce development, student payroll and student activities departments – saving PYN $30,000-$75,000 a year in employment costs alone. PYN plans to enable its partner network to view external dashboards and expand QlikView’s use into other municipalities.
This think tank centred on climate change and energy issues uses QlikView to analyse and visualise global energy statistics. The organisation integrated QlikView into its data portal, the first of its kind to provide immediate and free access to a wide range of datasets. Saving over €30,000 euros (approximately $39,000 dollars), The Shift Project has been able to create a user-friendly source of improved public data.
Through the Change Our World programme, Qlik works with a variety of charities, including our two official Corporate Charity Partners: Medair and HOPEHIV.
Qlik employees and partners cycled 400 miles over some of the most challenging terrain in the UK to help Medair raise money for refugees from the Syria conflict. Medair provides vital help to refugees as part of its mission to bring relief to those around the world impacted by man-made and natural disasters.
Qlik’s Southeast Northern Asia team threw a major fundraising bash, inviting customers, partners, family and friends to an evening of "Nice Food, Live Music and Live Auctions." Qlik employees donated the auction Items. All proceeds went to HOPEHIV.