Qlik’s Global Head of Data Literacy Jordan Morrow outlines the trends in education and why it’s so important that curriculum evolve to incorporate data literacy and real-world data skills.
Elif Tutuk, Qlik: On securing data literacy and the evolution of AI with BI.
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Companies are accepting job seekers' practical data experience instead of data science degrees, data and analytics firm Qlik found in a survey it conducted on behalf of the Data Literacy Project.
HR Dive -
“With Attunity and Azure, we’re able to better integrate data from multiple sources – including our customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning systems – so that data analysts have access to the freshest data possible for real-time analytics and reporting,” said Santha Kumar, director of application architecture and development at Save the Children.
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Nationwide Building Society has partnered with Qlik to give approximately 18,000 employees improved data insights and drive its digital transformation.
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Forbes profiles Qlik’s Lisa Carraway on her efforts to spread data literacy and its potential to help solve both enterprise and world issues.
Qlik’s James Fisher outlines how our trust in data is under threat, and the steps we can take through data literacy and other means to create a more trusting data-driven society.
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Avon and Somerset’s deployment of Qlik is profiled in Computerworld - “Essentially with Qlik the constabulary is able to gather disparate strands of data and compile them into a single source to gain insights.”
Qlik CEO Mike Capone discusses the role of DataOps in helping organizations bring together IT and business users to transform and get the most out of their data.
Qlik’s Jordan Morrow details the extent of the data literacy challenge, and how it’s vital for the education system to get involved in creating the solution.
IDG profiles Qlik CIO Sean Wechter, detailing his take on the role of CIOs in transforming organizations and the latest on Qlik's acquisitions of Attunity and Data Catalyst.
The Sydney Local Health District developed a targeted activity and reporting system app (STARS) using Qlik to provide clinicians with key information to develop personalized back pain management for patients, identify alternative clinical treatments, and reduce prescriptions of opioid medicine.