Qlik in the news


Innovation in healthcare: how data analytics can stop the accident and emergency crisis

Technology in the form of data analytics can help address the crisis facing accident and emergency rooms in NHS hospitals across the UK and beyond.

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When Nonprofits Need To Give Effectively, They're Turning To This Data Viz Company

Qlik's Change Our World program is giving aid organizations visibility into how to best affect change.

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Qlik introduces web-based data visualization tool for developers

Qlik has announced the release of its Qlik Playground for developers, a web-based environment that provides an easy way for developers to experiment with Qlik’s powerful platform. With Playground, developers will be able to quickly prototype analysis and visualizations for large data sets with access to the powerful QIX Associative Indexing Engine with open application programming interfaces (APIs) and a software development kit (SDK).

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Zyme expands partnership with Qlik for better channel data visualization

Zyme has worked with Qlik for more than seven years to provide dashboards for Zyme customers, which include major firms like Amazon, GoPro, and Honeywell. Now, after watching the growing sophistication within the data visualization market and evaluating Qlik’s strategic plans, the CDM company is integrating Qlik Sense into its platform to enable customers to get a more granular, customizable view of their data.

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Harnessing Big Data to Deliver Healthy Babies

Nurses, social workers and other clinicians gather extensive patient information during clinical assessments, but analyzing that data to guide treatment was very difficult. In 2014, Alpha Maxx started using a visualization tool from Qlik that enabled analysts to organize data and put it in a dashboard.

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Qlik to add R, Python support

Qlik will be adding R and Python integration to its data analysis tool, continuing a BI trend that uses scripting languages to bulk up the power of drag-and-drop platforms.

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Department of Employment gets visual to fill Australian jobs

The Australian Department of Employment has realized the power of visualizing its data to see more jobseekers fill roles around the country and more services offered to those that need it most.

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Why Data Management Is An NGO’s Best Friend

While it may not seem like data management is an obvious ‘must-have’ for NGOs and not-for-profit organizations, this is actually one of the most important operating concerns facing the industry today. In our increasingly data-driven world, this archaic practice is holding back non-profits from achieving their full potential and best utilizing their resources. Julie Whipple, Global Director of Corporate Social Responsibility at Qlik tells us why in this insideBIGDATA piece.

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What ‘Open Banking’ Tells Your Bank About You

Duncan Ash, senior director global financial services at Qlik, suggests that ‘Open Banking’ legislation gives software application development professionals at companies like WhatsApp and WeChat an opportunity to build applications that source data from a user’s bank account and use it to provide an enriched service for customers.

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Thread the needle between applications and data with enterprise analytics

At Arc'teryx Equipment, a maker of outdoor clothing and accessories based in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Qlik enterprise analytics tools have become central to how about 100 Arc'teryx employees do their jobs, and another 100 -- across finance, marketing, operations and sales -- use them to varying degrees.

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Qlik launches new data analytics curriculum

Designed as an easily adoptable and ready-to-teach university-level program, the Data Analytics Curriculum provides professors with free resources – including instructor-led content, in-class activities and student assignments – to make teaching data analytics easier than ever.

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Clothing company benefits from speed of modern BI reporting tools

Arc'teryx Equipment, an outerwear manufacturer and retailer based in North Vancouver, B.C., settled on Qlik because the vendor was willing to help Arc'teryx work through a proof-of-concept project prior to purchase. It also leverages the data market offered by Qlik, a prepopulated and formatted list of data sources. From this market Arc'teryx pulls in data about local weather trends and economic indicators for specific regions and combines it with its own sales data.

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