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Former Gartner Analyst Reveals 2016 Business Intelligence Market Predictions

Qlik’s James Richardson outlines the top six trends that we will see for Business Intelligence in 2016.

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4 Lessons for Optimizing Sales Performance with Data Analytics

Every sales organization wants to succeed and gain an edge on the competition. A logical tactic is to look at the organizations that outperform their peers and analyze what they are doing differently. This led Qlik to sponsor a custom research project with the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

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College turns to new intelligence for using data

In just one month, Bryant & Stratton used Qlik to create a dashboard view of its operations out of previously siloed enterprise databases.

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Global Trends Sweeping Healthcare: How Analytics Is Helping The Industry To Respond

The healthcare industry is in the midst of transformative times, whether in terms of costs, pay structures, approaches or access. Five major global trends, tightly interconnected and relevant in both public and privately-funded healthcare environments, are driving much of the change.

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BI and Analytics Reach the Tipping Point

Business intelligence and analytics platforms are hot items across enterprises for many reasons. There’s unrelenting pressure on businesses to compete on analytics and to be able to anticipate customer needs and trends ahead of the curve. There is also a drive to cut operational costs to a bare minimum, which requires data to determine what is and is not working.

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Q&A: Visualization Tools Fall Short Without Power of a Platform Behind Them

TDWI talked with Qlik VP of global product marketing James Fisher about how a true platform solution goes beyond beautiful visualizations to provide governance, along with collaboration, decentralized self-service BI, and analytics.

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Mining for Data in the Supply Chain

Global Purchasing talked to David Telford, senior director of global market development at Qlik about the importance of mining data across the supply chain. Telford explained some of the challenges companies face in trying to organize and share the data they already have, along with future challenges that are likely to arise from Internet of Things opportunities—another data-driven field.

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Drones, Mobile Apps Enhance This Year's PGA Championship

The PGA Championship Data Visualizer, powered by Qlik, is intended as a second-screen enhancement to Turner Sport’s coverage of the PGA Championship. The app allows people to follow marquee groups (threesomes of note from first shot to last, instead of the traditional coverage of golf that follows the whole field), but at the same time access data that has rarely been accessible to golf fans previously.

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How the PGA uses analytics, beacons and social to enhance fan experience

The PGA wants viewers to get more player data and analysis for each hole, in real time. PGA.com now lets you analyze data — including scores, strokes, putts and driving distance — and create visualizations to compare golfers side-by-side.

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Taking Business Intelligence to a Whole New Platform

The platform approach to BI provides businesses with multiple analytics capabilities and helps them discover more informed data insights via data preparation, stunning visualizations, and strong data governance, turning a business that simply collects data into a truly agile, data-driven enterprise.

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How Enterprise-Wide Software Tools Integrate The Food Supply Chain

Nature’s Pride, a global fruits and vegetables distributor based in The Netherlands, recently deployed cloud-based visualization software to drive increased visibility across its supply chain from Qlik.

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Supply Chain Thought Leadership Video Series: Trends in Supply Chain Business Intelligence Systems

Hear SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore and Qlik’s David Telford discuss key supply chain BI trends in this Thought Leaders video, including combining internal and external data, empowering users to “swim” in the data without going to IT, data visualization and more.

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