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. 

27 sessions total

  • How to Create a Self Service Qlik BI Space in Your Business

    CJ Bauder , JBS

    Allen Corona , BI Analyst, JBS

    Luis Galvan Valadez , Qlik Analyst, JBS

    Steph Robinson , Qlik Manager JBS USA, JBS

    A walk though of the JBS BI Landscape and how we have created a self service Business Intelligence landscape where anyone person in the company can learn to be a developer, create applications to answer business questions and use Qlik to improve their processes and business. Included are a couple of JBS Qlik BI team members to also discuss the role of our inhouse training, together with deep dives on various subjects and working hand in hand with Qlik to bring our business users from 0 to developer. And also, our vision of where we plan to go from here.

    Search for code: 662680 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Gaining Insights from SAP Data with Qlik and Microsoft Azure Synapse - How Greene Tweed Reduced Time to Insights by 65%

    Michael Distler , Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Qlik

    David Hufnagle , Manager, Enterprise Data and Analytics, Greene Tweed

    Enterprises are inundated with massive amounts of SAP data and challenged to create more consumable insights without increasing headcount or system resources. It is a daunting task to deal with slow systems and manual coding to gain any value from historical data spanning thousands of products, customers, sales history, and the list goes on. In this breakout you’ll hear how global manufacturer Greene Tweed developed an efficient, cost-effective, and logical strategy to connect Qlik Data integration Platform and Microsoft Azure Synapse to build an intelligent supply chain for better business insight. Learn how Greene Tweed addressed their challenges and how they use data liberated from SAP for strategic analytics initiatives. In addition, you will discover:

    • How to create a plan of attack to extract insights from massive amounts of SAP data

    • How important change data capture is to building low latency extracts for massive data volumes

    • Why automation with Qlik Data Integration Platform is crucial to expedite data availability

    • How SAP data drives insights to optimize Manufacturing & Supply Chain

    • The gains Greene Tweed realized by moving SAP data to Azure Synapse

    Search for code: 662683 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Benefits and Strategies of a Quick On-Premise Migration to Qlik Cloud - Leroy Merlin Brazil Case

    Rafael Attux , Qlik Data Architect Lead, Leroy Merlin Brazil

    Ricardo Gerhard , Senior Solution Architect - Latam, Qlik

    Chatelain Jeremy , Data & Analytics Manager / Data Strategy Leader, Gerente DataTeam

    Leroy Merlin, a global DIY retail giant, decided in its Brazilian operation to adopt Qlik in 2019. After a rapid adoption of several areas, the cost and maintenance of infrastructure proved to be an impediment to making Qlik an enterprise platform. In this presentation, the previous scenario will be demonstrated, with a local deploy of the Qlik Sense solution. What were the challenges and problems faced in this scenario? What were the strategic pillars used in the decision-making process to change the On-premises environment to Qlik Cloud? The steps of planning, financial surveys, tests, deployment of the new environment (carried out in 40 days!) and positive impact on the entire Leroy Merlin Brazil operation will be described.

    Search for code: 663260 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Eliminating Corruption in Public Procurement with Qlik Sense

    Vitaliy Trenkenshu , Managing Partner, datanomix.pro

    The sheer volume of public procurement contracts in Kazakhstan makes them impossible to monitor for compliance & efficiency by the relevant authorities, including the The General Prosecutor’s Office, The Financial Monitoring Agency, and The Ministry of Finance. As a result, the annual losses to the state budget were estimated at USD 470 million. The Datanomix team developed an analytical software, using Qlik Active Intelligence, that identifies risky tenders, and contracts, focusing the attention of auditors on items with the highest risks of non-efficient spending. Now governmental auditors are equipped with a powerful award-winning tool that boosts their efficiency and helps them prEvent losses in procuring entities from purchasing overpriced products, saving taxpayers money. As a result, over 86 million USD of taxpayer's money has been saved in 2021.

    Search for code: 663285 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Qlik Replicate to Leverage an Integrated Operations Center on Mining Industry

    Jordana Reis , Integration Architect, Vale S.A.

    Vale is one of the largest mining companies in the world, operating in 30 countries and with a complex value chain composed of Mines, Mineral Processing, Railroads, Ports, Shipping and Distribution.

    Vale’s Integrated Operations Center was implemented to increase data integration and to optimize the iron ore value chain. The vision to shift from local optimization to global optimization, required a large amount of data distributed across many systems in the production chain. Having data as the main pillar to support the IOCs business transformations, Vale turned to Change Data Capture, with Qlik Replicate and Enterprise Manager. This has resulted in:

    • Replicate in near real-time (less than 15 minutes) a large amount of data (e.g. 5,2 million records replicated per hour (average of 6 GB per hour)) spread across multiple systems and geographies;

    • Quickly enable new data sources replication to multiple Analytics Repositories with reduced effort;

    • Centralized management of data replication with a single team administrating the platform;

    • Ability to enable new replication servers on different network zones to meet compliance and security requirements to handle industrial data.

    Attend this session and learn more about Vale’s interesting data integration journey.

    Search for code: 663676 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Use of Near Real-Time Telematics to Monitor and Forecast Environmental Events

    Chris Hansford , Principal BI Development Manager, DEFRA / Environment Agency

    This walkthrough and demo will demonstrate the use of the Environment Agency, UK Met Office and other freely available API's to monitor UK Environment and Weather Events in near real time. This app also captures all previous Events for the last 31 days in order to predict potential future flooding in order to give decision makers time to deploy warnings and help protect the lives of citizens and business at risk.

    Search for code: 663757 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Next Generation Visual Analytics

    Pushpendra Arora , Director, Data Platform & Vis Analytics, Novartis

    Albert Mestre , Associate Director Visual Analytics, Novartis

    Tyler Osterman , SDG Group

    Next Generation Engagement is top priority for Novartis. Given the decreased access to Health Care Providers and impacts of the global pandemic, Novartis Oncology is finding new ways to engage Customers and Patients digitally. To support the business objectives and enable consistency and speed of business insights, Novartis Oncology has deployed a fully integrated digital data and analytics platform using Qlik Sense, Matillion and Snowflake. The solution includes a metadata managed central KPI library that helps to automate quality processes and ensures metrics are consistent across the application suite. A modular visual UI framework unifies applications and supports continuous improvement and iterative releases across various business applications including management dashboards, new brand launch trackers or omnichannel analytics. In this session, Novartis and SDG will detail the business value Novartis Oncology has achieved and walk participants through the innovative solution architecture and supporting DataOps methodology discussing practices followed and lessons learned. 

    Search for code: 663852 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

     

  • Rolling Forecast Prediction, Workflows, and Other Fun Stuff Helps Dawn Meats transition from QlikView to Qlik Sense

    Brian Dunphy , Dawn Meats Group

    Radovan Oresky , Chief Data Officer, EMARK

    Maria Sandorova , CTO, Inphinity

    Qlik predicts a rolling weekly forecast for End-of-Year evaluation and salespeople accept or adjust this projection for their products and customers multiple times a week. Budgeting follows a few more workflow steps. Yield prices are reviewed daily and key people are automatically notified. These are some nice solutions that help people in Dawn Meats drive business and also serve as a catalyst to transition from QlikView to Qlik Sense. We'll talk a bit about challenges on this journey and show demos of implemented solutions.

    Search for code: 663918 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • A Holistic View of the Supply Chain with ZEUS Analytics

    John Delligatti , Director Digital Supply Chain Transformation, SDI

    SDI is THE Digital Supply Chain company focusing on the MRO and Facilities Maintenance space. Combining a mix of technology and industry specific expertise to create ZEUS, our MRO technology platform, SDI is leading the way in digitizing a portion of the supply chain that typically gets left behind in terms of technological advancements. Utilizing Qlik, Qlik NPrinting and Snowflake, the Analytics module of ZEUS is an extremely powerful tool for any supply chain manager. ZEUS analytics provides high level dashboards summarizing activity in the supply chain, while providing the ability to drill down and generate reports like never before.

    Search for code: 663921 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Accelerating Executive Leader Decision Making with BI at DLA

    Steven Forster , Supply Management Specialist, Defense Logistics Agency

    The utilization of new capabilities has enabled DLA to advance our mission through the development of understandable and actionable ways Senior Leaders can make decisions and drive change in the organization. We’ve been able to increase the quality and speed of our management decisions, communications, and team productivity.

    Search for code: 663930 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Next Generation Data Analytics at ENEL: Global Energy Company Leading Energy & Gas Operations

    Fiammetta Draghetti , Head of Qlik CoE NTT DATA IT, NTT DATA IT

    Maurizio Pontini , Chapter Leader Data Competence Center - AFC Digital Hub/Enel Group, Enel

    An enhanced Mobile User Interface integrated with collaboration instruments and designed with powerful UX improve the Next Generation Data Analytics in Administration Finance and Control Area at ENEL. The solution is adopted worldwide about 1.000 users (C Level and mid management) and democratized data access. Qlik was selected as Data Experience platform in Data Driven Transformation Strategy. From main source SAP, Qlik supports analysis and discovery on KPIs: Economic (Revenue, Gross Margin, OPEX, EBITDA, EBIT), Financial (Cash Cost, Total Credit, Turnover, Rolling Turnover, NET DEBT, GROSS DEBT, Other), Operational (Customer, Energy Sold);Investments (Tot Invest, Asset, Customer, etc), Climate Impacts, Risk Management & Control.

    Search for code: 664376 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • What’s Brexit got to do With Moving Customers From QlikView to Qlik Sense?

    Daria Constantinov , Senior Consultant BI & Analytics, Deloitte Consulting GmbH

    Alexander Nagler , Manager Artificial Intelligence and Data, Deloitte Consulting GmbH

    Besides the fact that Qlik Sense has been on the market for almost a decade now and Qlik SaaS has become the new shiny platform going way beyond the scope of data visualization, there is still a large share of customers running QlikView installations. Since these customers are always at risk for discontinuing Qlik, the question of how to move them successfully to Qlik Sense and Qlik SaaS is of utmost importance for the medium- and long-term commercial success of Qlik. By the example of a Managed Tax Analytics solution Deloitte operates for a large international consumer goods producer and retailer, this session will provide insights on: 1) How external shock Events like Brexit or COVID create windows of opportunity for change beyond the pure necessary 2) How internal dynamics and operating modes of Qlik partners can make them agents of change or stagnation 3) The crucial relevance of the Qlik technology partners to face the massive competition from more significant BI vendors.

    Search for code: 664388 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Architecting a Successful Modern Analytics Platform

    Mariel Aseron , BI Analytics Administration Manager, AdventHealth

    For any sizable organization, a state-of-the-art data analytics platform is no longer an option but a necessity. Healthcare data continues to evolve and exponentially grow! This includes housing sensitive information from various sources, which adds data complexity. It is imperative to have a well-designed analytics infrastructure to enable strategic payoff early on. Many components like design and architecture are key factors for successfully implementing growth and adaptability. Build for impact and success!

    Search for code: 664393 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Building a Data Strategy to Support Analytics Growth and Acceleration

    Dave Elliott , Global Solutions and Data Innovation manager, Mayborn Group

    Darrin Shaw , Mayborn Group

    Building on the successes they have achieved though the introduction of Qlik Sense Enterprise, Mayborn are taking their data and analytics to the next level with Qlik Data Integration and Qlik Sense SaaS. In order to achieve continued success, Mayborn have developed a data strategy which will underpin the next steps in their analytics journey. Attend and learn how that data strategy will support their data and analytics growth ambitions.

    Search for code: 664613 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • UCB with Bardess Take Full Ownership of Qlik Sense Data Analytics Using In-House Azure Environment

    Richard Han , Solutions and Operations Partner, UCB

    Robyn Lane Polynice , Head of Reporting, UCB

    ERIC SCHMID , Director, Bardess Group

    UCB had outsourced management and development of their Qlik Sense data analytics solution platform called View360 for several years. As part of an ongoing strategy to take full ownership of their data systems, UCB contracted Bardess to migrate the View360 platform from an externally managed AWS environment into UCB's globally managed in-house Azure environment. That migration occurred about 1 year ago and its success has increased transparency, stability, and reliability of data refreshes. It also provided a faster, more responsive experience for users, and expanded self-service capabilities. UCB has used the insight gathered from the success of the migration to further strategize on how they would migrate additional data systems into their Azure environment.

    Search for code: 664628 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Why We Chose Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS

    Angeline Corvaglia , Chief Operating Officer, Inphinity

    Radomir Starzyczny , Head of Data Analytics, Model Group

    Róbert Šrotýř , Chief Product Officer, EMARK Analytics

    This session is not to be missed by anyone who is serious about SaaS BI in a large enterprise. European packaging giant 'Model Group' will share its story about the decision-making journey, explaining why they chose Qlik Sense Enterprise SaaS over the competition, what value the SaaS environment brings to critical business processes and how it fits into their overall data strategy and architecture. The session will be led by Radomir Starzyczny, Head of Data & Analytics of Model Group, Robert Srotyr, Chief Product Officer of EMARK Analytics, a Qlik Master Reseller and Angeline Corvaglia, Chief Operating Officer of Inphinity.

    Search for code: 664630 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • IT Risk Management Solution in Tatra Banka​: Building Interactive, Custom Software in Qlik

    Martin Kostic , CEO, Inphinity

    Lukáš Neduchal , Chief Advisory Officer, Partner, EMARK s.r.o.

    Marek Zeman , Head of department IS Security, Tatra banka, a.s.

    Jozef Úroda , ICT and Security Risk Manager, Tatra Banka

    Did you know that you can built efficient IT Risk Management system using Qlik without major investments of both time and money? Join us for our session with the leading Slovak bank Tatra Banka to explore a solution that significantly automated and simplified the whole IT risk management process, while helping the bank to work interactively with both static and dynamic IT risks. The solution helped to record, manage, analyze and group the IT risks according to the EBA guidelines. From the very low technical details, through the application and business services layer to the granularity of 5 risk areas, to be reported as required. The Bank is now able to review and analyze the risk profile in ICT security across the whole organization. It brought a significant reduction in the workflow of the entire risk management process and the ability to report the overall risk profile of the company at any time. It is now possible to identify exact stage of the risk and owners of the next step of risk processing – everything in one place. Thanks to the solution the bank is now able to effectively enter, record, maintain, manage, evaluate, and approve IT risks including full approval workflow supported by notifications functionality.

    Search for code: 664631 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • A Portal to Success - IronRidge Leads Through Data Driven Partnerships with Our Customers

    Luciano Dall'Antonia , VP Consulting, GINQO

    Mike Ellis , Director, Customer Success, GINQO

    Robin Sarkar , Senior Manager Business Intelligence & Analytics, IronRidge

    IronRidge, a leading solar racking manufacturer, operates under a distribution business model. Our partnership with our distribution network extends far beyond fulfilling orders. We are committed to helping our partners grow their businesses by making smart, data-driven purchasing decisions. In this session, IronRidge Senior Manager of Business Intelligence and Analytics Robin Sarkar and GINQO (Qlik Partner) Lead Luciano Dall'Antonia will walk you through Compass: a powerful customer dashboard we built using Qlik’s Active Intelligence. Compass allows IronRidge’s distributor customers to confidently chart a course of action using historical order history and real-time data forecasting. We’ll show you how Compass:


    • Provides distribution customers with access to their own secure dashboards, where they can check order history, shipping inventory, current inventory levels, forecasting & order recommendations, and review their rebate statuses,
    • Generates sophisticated simulations showing parts supply by week that factor in past spend and existing bookings, and
    • Equips distribution customers with a powerful planning tool that recommends when to replenish orders based on run rate and growth planning.


    Search for code: 664979 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Lufthansa CityLine from SAP to Qlik: How We Moved Their Budgeting & Forecasting Process

    Thomas Gorr , Product Manager of Write!, INFORM GmbH

    Kevin Heßhaus , Presales Solutions Architect, Inform Software GmbH

    In this session, we will show how we moved Lufthansa Cityline's cost center planning solution from SAP to Qlik. We helped them decrease a forecasting process, taking from 3 hours in SAP, to less than 2 minutes in Qlik. We also helped them move the entire process for the entire business unit completely from SAP to Qlik. During our presentation, we will highlight the solution, how we implemented it, what made it that fast, and what the future plans of this solutions are.

    Search for code: 665376 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Architecture and Governance for Self-Service

    Niklas Holmberg , Domain architect reporting & analytics, Swedbank AB

    In this presentation we will look at our architecture landscape and the choices we have made down the line to provide self-service and manage governance of the platform. We will present success factors for us and how we are now able to scale the current environment to be a central platform for self-service BI for the whole bank.

    Search for code: 665710 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Aligning the Pharmaceutical Quality Leaders to Deliver Insights on Advanced Analytic Capabilities

    Derek Emlet , Manager

    Eva Henry , Associate Director - Quality Systems & Compliance, Merck

    Elsa Roman , Director - Quality Systems & Compliance, Merck

    Oscar Smith , Associate Director - Manufacturing Analytics, Merck

    As organizations transition to become data driven, there is a growing need to leverage data from a myriad of source systems in order to quickly discover and democratize insights for decision makers. The Merck Manufacturing’s Quality Assurance team had identified an opportunity to become more efficient in gleaning insights from disparate Merck systems and raised the challenged to enable capability that would allow the ability to reduce timing by 80% to onboard new data and create key insights to the organization. The Merck team was able to redesign end-to-end architecture that included leveraging a modern data stack to establish foundational data products and Qlik Sense to rapidly build and align metrics across functional areas. This new capability has met expectations of the stakeholders and has paved the way to defining future capabilities that align to organization’s Data and Analytics Strategy.

    Search for code: 665739 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Improving Outcomes for All Students: Leveraging Qlik Sense for Collaborative Progress Monitoring

    Tonya Wolford , School District of Philadelphia

    Keren Zuniga McDowell , Executive Director, District Performance, School District of Philadelphia

    The School District of Philadelphia (SDP) is focused on improving outcomes for all students and is leveraging its data to do so. Using Qlik Sense, SDP has created a set of internal and external dashboards and KPIs to track progress in each area of student achievement, with shared accountability and progress monitoring across multiple stakeholder groups from internal school leaders, to external partners, and the wider community. This session will share how SDP moved from using static displays of progress (annual reports) to a set of interactive Qlik tools designed to align stakeholders to the District’s Goals and Guardrails, and establish a system of collaborative progress monitoring to ensure all students learn. This session will provide live demonstrations of SDP’s internal (Qlik Sense) and external dashboards, including School Profiles, and the intentional alignment across these tools to ensure all stakeholders have access to a standardized set of data in support of students and schools.

    Search for code: 665753 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

  • Infection Prevention and Control - Ottawa Paramedic Service Gains Active Intelligence for Personnel and Patient Safety

    Mike Ellis , Director, Customer Success, GINQO

    Manon Lavergne , Program Manager, Operational Support Services, Ottawa Paramedic Service

    As a leader in the pre-hospital field, the Ottawa Paramedic Service has a strong Infection Prevention and Control section to ensure the health and safety of our personnel and the community that we serve. Prior to COVID-19, tracking incidental occurrences of biological or infectious disease exposures was easily done with a manual tracking sheet. COVID-19 changed that. The Infection Prevention & Control dashboard was developed in collaboration with our Qlik partner, GINQO. Our goal was to ensure proper contact tracing of potential and/or actual COVID-19 exposures as well as all other infectious diseases. By improving the mechanisms for capturing data, notifying personnel and stakeholders, and documenting the progression of a case, this project ensured better control and monitoring of any infectious disease and ultimately had a significant impact in a pandemic situation. Join this session to learn about the many benefits of the final solution including improved efficiency of the Regulatory Compliance & Infection Control team, increased safety, and provided a robust location for case documentation. Further, the solution captures case information in a way that allows management easy and rapid access to real-time data on infection and workplace trends.

    Search for code: 665759 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Moving to the Cloud - How Qlik Sense SaaS Supports Ikano Bank's Journey to Analytics Modernization

    Ida Berg , Head of Analytics, Ikano Bank

    André Berlin

    Andreas Vasilas , Ikano

    With Qlik Sense SaaS, we found the right motivation for ourselves as well as the arguments for investing and taking a leap on our analytics journey. An organization wide cloud- and SaaS first strategy was in place and had paved parts of the path already. When we listen to our users and see what we can achieve today we can say with confidence that we made the right decision. We have a plan and a goal for our SaaS journey, but as we learn, and the platform evolves the path to it and the concept of what Qlik Sense will mean for us and our organization constantly evolves.

    Search for code: 667395 to locate session during the QlikWorld Event

  • Uberize Enterprise Decision-Making with Real-Time Global Data

    Babu Kuttala

    Anand Rao , Product Marketing Director, Qlik

    ABB, a global technology provider that specializes in electrification, robotics, and motion solutions needed to build a solid sustainable strategy to increase productivity. ABB's SAP systems were crucial to operations, however, extracting insights from the data became inefficient. As a leading automation authority, they knew their analytics pipelines had to change to uberize enterprise decision-making with timely access to real-time global data. The combination of Qlik’s Data Integration Platform feeding Snowflake’s modern data cloud with SAP and other data sources is unlocking the hidden value of data at scale, helping create deeper insights faster.

    Search for code: 668128 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