On the surface, both Qlik and ThoughtSpot allow you to explore data with search and AI capabilities, but there are some fundamental differences that set Qlik apart. Discover the top 10 ways Qlik outperforms ThoughtSpot.
These days, supporting only one use case such as natural language processing (NLP), for instance, will only take you so far. You can get NLP with either Qlik or ThoughtSpot, but unlike ThoughtSpot, Qlik is a complete data analytics platform that covers a full range of use cases and users — from experts who need advanced capabilities to novices who want to explore data on their own. Compare Qlik vs ThoughtSpot for use case support below.
The analytics engine is at the heart of any data analytics technology. ThoughtSpot only offers users a narrow view of data and a limited analytical experience, restricting data exploration and discovery. Qlik effortlessly combines data sources and understands every relationship, enabling freeform data exploration across any data sources helping users uncover insights they never even thought to look for... Compare Qlik vs ThoughtSpot below.
As users work with increasingly complex data sets, finding critical trends and outliers can be daunting. Augmented analytics that leverage machine learning to deliver ever more personal and contextually relevant guidance can transform the entire analytics workflow, streamlining data prep, surfacing new insights and increasing the data literacy of every user. Here’s how to compare ThoughtSpot vs Qlik for AI and machine learning:
Sure, most tools can help users answer predefined questions or follow repetitive analytical routines. But that misses the real value your data analytics can deliver – the ability for users to freely explore to make unexpected discoveries and uncover hidden insights. Find out how Thoughtspot and Qlik compare for data exploration and discovery:
Insights won’t make much impact if you can’t share them in ways others will understand. That’s why reporting is such an important component of the analytics equation. With Qlik, users can easily create, schedule and deliver their own reports, giving more people the opportunity to learn from their data. Read the comparison on Qlik vs ThoughtSpot for reporting.