Qlik in the news


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

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

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Data Discovery Is Changing Business Intelligence

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

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BI is just the ticket for coach firm National Express

Every day, around 550 National Express coaches thunder around the UK, carrying passengers to around 1,000 destinations.

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National Express drives away from Excel and Access for data analytics

National Express is the UK's largest coach operator with more than 18 million journeys to over 1,000 destinations made using its services each year.

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Getting your hands on data with mobile analytics

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

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Massive Climate Data Awaits Analysis

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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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