This comes on the heels of Qlik being named one of the fastest-growing data and AI products of 2023 in Databrick’s The State of Data + AI report earlier this year.
These recognitions are a testament to the impact customers are seeing when they combine Qlik with Databricks Lakehouse to scale the use and value of their data in the cloud. This momentum is only going to grow given the wide range of strategic data efforts underway at enterprises across every industry.
Everything from deployment of data mesh and data fabric layers, to bringing Generative AI into workflows, will increasingly rely on the cloud. Qlik and Databricks together help automate the access, transformation and delivery of the quality data that’s so crucial to these efforts.
Another area that’s growing is the need to access and transform SAP data so it can be blended with other data sources for deeper insights. Qlik is providing its unique SAP related expertise and accelerators as part of the recently launched Databricks Lakehouse for Manufacturing, helping manufacturers unlock the value of their critical data and collaborate with their partners, suppliers, and customers in a secure and scalable way. Learn more about our joint solution at our upcoming webinar on July 11th where you’ll hear from both Qlik and Databricks product experts and see demos of Qlik Cloud Data Integration alongside the Databricks Lakehouse.
And with the recent acquisition of Talend, Qlik will bring even more industry leading capabilities in cloud data quality and transformation to help Databricks customers scale their ability to find, transform, trust and analyze data.
We thank Databricks for this great recognition and look forward to helping more and more customers see the benefits leaders like J.B. Hunt, Schneider Electric and Vedanta experience when combining Qlik and Databricks. To learn more about how to leverage Qlik and Databricks as part of your data strategy, visit our joint site linked here.