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The One Skill You Really Need for Data Analysis

Innovation Insights – 14 November 2014

If you have a cat, you already know their most famous habits: laziness - all those cat naps! - and legendary curiosity. As days roll by, cats enjoy nothing better than sleeping. However, anything new or unfamiliar quickly ignites their spirit of inquiry...


Learning to Lead: It’s Not For Everyone – 10 October 2014

Is leadership right for you? Qlik’s Chief People Officer, Diane Adams, explains the realities and difficulties of effective leadership.

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Lars Bjork Featured on "Technology Behind Business" – 4 October 2014

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Data Discovery Is Changing Business Intelligence

enterpriseAPPStoday – 18 September 2014

Traditional business intelligence vendors are tweaking their software to facilitate easier data discovery. Both user demand and upstart competitors are driving the shift.


Qlik Brings Control to the Chaos of Data Visualization

ITBusinessEdge – 18 September 2014


Qlik Launches Qlik Sense for Governed Self-Service Business Intelligence and Data Visualization

destination – 18 September 2014

Qlik Sense users can create visualizations, dashboards, and interactive reports from any device while IT gains enterprise governance.


The Many Cultures of Innovation

Wired – 17 September 2014

Getting your hands on data with mobile analytics

InfoWorld – 16 July 2014

Mobile touchscreen interfaces, when designed correctly, provide a more intimate relationship with business data. Donald Farmer of Qlik offers his take on three key UI design principles


Massive Climate Data Awaits Analysis

tdwi – 9 July 2014

Huge amounts of climate data is available for free to journalists and the general public. One challenge is finding easy-to-use data analysis tools that can effectively help users visualize the raw big data.


The Magic Behind Apps: An Interview With Qlik Tech CEO Lars Bjork

Huffington Post – 9 June 2014

Lars Bjork, recipient of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year in Technology, 2010

In Asia, you don’t need an MBA to become a CEO

CNBC Asia – 8 June 2014

Folk wisdom suggests that the more education one has, the greater the chances they'll reach the top of the corporate ladder. However, a study by software company Qlik shows otherwise.

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Smart Meters: Between Economic Benefits And Privacy Concerns

Forbes – 1 June 2014

Next generation utility meters better known as “smart meters”, used to measure remotely and in real time gas, water, and – above all – electricity consumption, are now being deployed by several companies in many States across the U.S. While growth has leveled, after legislative incentives drove an initial boom between 2009 and 2012, installations are expected to make steady progress over the next 10 years. logo

Are Microsoft, Oracle and IBM failing the business intelligence market?

CBR – 27 May 2014

Qlik’s VP of product management, Donald Farmer, says customers want easy-to-use products.

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Data Scientists and Chief Data Officers - Fact or Fad

IT Next India – 19 May 2014

The need for specialised skills to understand and analyse data is paving the way towards the evolution of data scientists and data officers—who hold the key to unlocking the true business potential of data

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Analytics Tools Offer Insight Into Climate Change

Baseline – 30 April 2014

Circle of Blue turns to business intelligence and analytics systems to aid the White House and other organizations achieve better management of water resources.


A Natural Approach to Analytics

Innovation Insights – 7 February 2014

Today, in our always-connected business and social lives, we often complain of information overload and the deluge of decisions we face. However, when it comes to data analysis, we are naturals.


Why Google Can Not Run The World: Wisdom = Data + Experience

Forbes – 5 February 2014

As Deighton explained to me, it’s not an either/or choice. You can’t make decisions purely based on data. You can’t have “excessive reliance” on experience. You need both. “Don’t follow the data off a cliff.” Find a way to see the data and apply the experience. This is why QlikTech has been so successful with its natural analytics and natural interfaces. They let managers see the patterns and outliers in real time to aid in their decision-making.

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A Crisis of Data Confidence

CIO Insight – 4 February 2014

Many business executives lack confidence in the accuracy of the data they use for business decisions. IT needs to improve the quality of the data and develop self-service apps.

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Austin Fire Department Extracts Value from Data

Government Technology – 30 January 2014

Before implementing a business intelligence solution for data management, the Austin, Texas, Fire Department said it “put data in with a bulldozer and pulled it out with tweezers.”


Omni-Channel Analytics: Fiction or Future – 10 January 2014

Omni-channel is one of the most discussed (and debated) topics in the retail industry. Some proclaim that it is a total game changer, while others say it is simply the rebranding of a multi-channel strategy. I would argue the omni-channel concept is going to redefine the future of retail business intelligence.


Why The Cloud Just Might Be The Most Disruptive Technology Ever

Forbes – 5 January 2014

In his 1997 management classic The Innovator’s Dilemma Harvard professor Clayton Christensen coined the term disruptive innovation. The central premise was that a change in technology can completely change the basic economics of an industry.

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