Explore Virtual Breakout Sessions

The world’s leading data experts, renowned Qlik customers, and partners will share their stories and best practices for getting more value from your data. 

5 sessions total

  • The Qlik Transformation: The Road to Qlik Cloud

    Trey Smith , Vice President of Services, DI Squared LLC

    Are you thinking about moving to SaaS? In this session we will cover all your need to know to migrate your Client Managed Qlik Sense environment to Qlik Cloud.

    Search for code: 663113 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Data Literacy in the Real World

    Paul Barth , Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik

    Vinay Dheer , Director, Data & Analytics Culture, Strategy and Literacy, Regeneron

    Joe DosSantos , Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Qlik

    David Miller , European Lead, Augmented Insights, Accenture

    Data Literacy is rapidly becoming competitive a necessity for leading organizations. Upskilling a workforce to confidently read, write, analyze, and argue with data is a fundamental part of becoming data-driven. Starting this transformation can be daunting and requires a clear strategy, pragmatic roadmap, and executive buy-in. This panel of practitioners and luminaries will share their experiences launching data literacy programs and share what they have learned. We will discuss how to build a business case to get started, as well as best practices, pitfalls, practical first steps, and models to scale adoption and continuously improve. Real-world case studies will describe the people, process, and technology investments needed to create a data literate culture.

    Search for code: 665324 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Top BI & Data Trends 2022: Interwoven - The End Of Competition As We Know It

    Helene Kerper , Senior Director of Product Marketing, Qlik

    DAN SOMMER , Senior Director, Global Market Intelligence Lead, Qlik

    The massive modernizaton during the pandemic opens new opportunities for driving not just transformation, but also innovation. In today's world, success requires collaborative value chains, not only within your company, but with partners, suppliers, customers, and even competitors. What roles do data and analytics play? And how can you get set up for success? Join Dan Sommer in this highly anticipated session to discover the top 10 emerging BI and data trends, and find out how to use them to your advantage.

    Search for code: 665381 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Pivoting Our Business and Advancing our Data - Positioning Through the Pandemic to be Ready for an Exceptional Future

    Mike Ellis , Director, Customer Success, GINQO

    Michael Lowe , Director DATA + Analytics, Earls

    COVID-19. If we have to hear that name one more time...in the hospitality business COVID hit hard. Many businesses were brought to their knees. From a revenue perspective, so was a longtime Qlik customer, Earls Restaurants, a family business and one of Canada's most respected brands. Earls was able to weather the very volatile storm and position for the future by: • Advancing store systems • Moving to the cloud (Google) • Modernizing analytics with Qlik Sense • Preparing to move to SaaS • Streamlining the data pipeline Join us to hear Manager of Business Analytics Michael Lowe show how Earls has prepared for post pandemic growth by modernizing the overall data platform and approach.

    Search for code: 665755 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Driving Efficiency and Results with Qlik

    Nicolas Michel , Siemens

    Easy accessible data, executive management reporting and a large userbase on Qlik Sense – all this is the result of years of tuning by the Procurement Controlling department of Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Starting at a diverse tool environment, the efforts to create a monthly report cost the department an immense amount of precious working time. Different interfaces and passwords, not user friendly masks and lack of standardization was the battles the users had to face every month with high manual effort.

    All this manual labor was transformed step by step by automatizing the data collection, integrating Qlik Sense, training the users and establishing a guided analytics dashboard with a state of the art functionality. Supported by the SI IT DataMart the data resides in a secured cloud environment powered by automatized data access and complex data models in the background. The results are solid. Siemens realizes four key criteria with their units dashboards:

    • Their ease of use by standardization and a single source of truth as well as a connection of multiple sources

    • High user acceptance through high quality information, trust in the app and data preparation and time saving for all users

    • Efficiency through automatic updates, and single point of entry to all applications

    • Cost: No time loss for adapting to different tool user interfaces, saving time to focus on operational tasks to generate business value.



    All of this, the Journey and the end result will be shared in this breakout session, a guided and gripping development with the best in class use case to take away.

    Search for code: 670287 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event