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In this e-book, we'll look at some trends in the use of analytics by sales—including what's working and what's not—then look at 5 ways to improve sales performance with analytics.
Traditionally financial services firms attack data and analytics challenges in siloes as opposed to seeing it from the customer’s perspective. The digital transformation in the age of customer experience demands that firms provide a wholistic view of the customer which combines customer satisfaction ratings with traditional risk reward equation.
In this On Demand webinar you will learn:
Financial institutions are transforming their analytic capabilities to move beyond static reports that explain what happened, to more modern analytic capabilities that can explain why something happened and, even better, what’s likely to happen in the future. This session will highlight the journey that Qlik® banking customers undergo to:
Join us for Exposing Actionable Insights in Credit Risk Management, a discussion with Moody’s Analytics on the value of industry data and visual analytics. You’ll see how easily you can view portfolio metrics quickly, compare benchmarks, and adapt to the evolving financial services industry. We’ll address:
Financial services firms across banking, capital markets and insurance are using data analytics to better understand customer needs, predict future behavior, develop products, and generate sales. Watch this on-demand roundtable webinar as representatives from Qlik®, WSJ. Insights, Citi and Deloitte discuss a variety of topics, including:
In this webinar, see the digital transformation at State Auto, thanks to self-service visual analytics from Qlik® and the Analytics Accelerator for Insurance (AAI) from Deloitte. They are now able to answer questions quickly, such as “Why is profitability trending downward?” and “Why are certain products and geographies less profitable?”
The ubiquity of business intelligence (BI) and analytics in today's organizations has left users with more options than ever before in terms of features and functionality, but also in terms of deployment. While some companies prefer to have stand-alone analytical capabilities, others are looking to integrate or embed analytics in other deployed and culturally adopted software tools. This report explores how leading companies are exploiting an embedded approach to foster more pervasive analytical activity and deliver business results.
The magnified need for data-driven decisions has forced Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and other solution providers to think differently about how they embed business intelligence (BI) and other analytical capabilities. This report explores how a broader and deeper stack of analytical technology is helping ISVs empower their customers and drive tangible results.
ISVs and solution providers take note: Your customers need better analytics, and we're not just talking about reports and dashboards. The research shows that top companies are leveraging a broader set of data prep, visualization, and discovery capabilities to drive greater user adoption and deliver repeatable performance.
You're a sales director. You're a marketing manager. You're an operational leader. You're curious about what your data can tell you but you don't have a PhD in statistical analysis, nor do you have the time or patience to learn a brand new tool. These are a few reasons companies use embedded analytics, and here are a few more.
This Technical Brief replaces the "QlikView® Server memory management and CPU utilization" technical brief. This document applies to both QlikView® and Qlik Sense® and describes how the QIX engine uses system resources like RAM and CPU. Gain a broader understanding of how the engine uses these resources as well as best practice guidance on maintaining a reliable user experience through memory management, monitoring CPU usage and examples of how the QIX engine scales over cores.
Analytics have not traditionally been a part of the HR toolkit. But like most HR professionals, you sit on a trove of data that can be instrumental in guiding business strategy and decision making. In this e-book, you'll learn how to begin adding analytics to your HR department — and how they can provide opportunities for you to measure and report progress.