Differentia Consulting shares TravelTime’s customer first-vision. Their specialisation around the Qlik technology stack means their customers can use TravelTime within their existing dashboards and visualisations. This makes it easier than ever for businesses to make the right decision when solving complex location-based problems.
Qlik and UiPath Unite Active Intelligence and Enterprise Workflows New Integration Complements Qlik Application Automation, Enabling Users to Leverage Qlik Cloud to Drive Additional Actions Through UiPath Automations Qlik® and UiPath (NYSE: PATH) announced today their partnership and the launch of direct integration between Qlik Cloud® analytics and the UiPath end-to-end enterprise automation software platform. […]
In 2019 the target of at least a 100% reduction in the net UK carbon account by 2050 was introduced.
The PPN detailed how to take account of suppliers’ Net Zero Carbon Reduction Plans in the procurement of major Government contracts.
An EPPM solution allows for a journey of discovery, having the intelligence to optimise your organisational processes and move you towards your emissions targets.
Follow our five steps to make Qlik Forts your forte: enable your organisation to experience the cost savings and performance benefits of SaaS without compromising data locality requirements.
Qlik Forts, Bringing the Power of Cloud Analytics to Data Wherever It Resides
Enhances Active Intelligence by Activating More Data for Analysis While Meeting Data Regulatory Needs and Protecting Existing IT Investments
Qlik has been making waves in the restaurant sector recently. They reported that Burger King and PizzaExpress have deployed Qlik Sense and Qlik Cloud respectively.
Qlik revealed this week that Burger King will be deploying Qlik Sense® across all local point-of-sale databases in 760 restaurants in Russia. This will allow managers and employees to see their restaurant performance indicators in real-time and adjust their outputs if there are complaints or negative feedback from customers.
The video below shows you how to get started working with impact analysis. Impact analysis offers a graphical view of the lineage of a dataset or app, showing the data inputs and outputs. The lineage graph shows the data flow of apps and data in your organisation. It visualises apps and datasets as nodes. Each node represents a step in the lineage of the selected dataset or app. This lineage information is compiled whenever an app loads or reloads data. If your app has not been reloaded recently, the lineage may be incomplete or inaccurate.
“BI and analytics platforms help organizations understand what happened and why, but users increasingly also want to know what will happen and what they can do about it,” said Doug Henschen, VP and principal analyst at Constellation Research. “These sorts of predictive insights were formerly left entirely to data scientists, but the trendsetters are closing the gap between BI and analytics and data science. With its acquisition of Big Squid, Qlik is extending and accelerating its existing efforts to enable non-data scientists to get predictive.”
Qlik revealed Qlik Application Automation: a no-code solution designed to drive action from context-aware insights through streamlined and optimised workflows between SaaS applications and Qlik Cloud.
What is Active Intelligence?
Qlik defines Active Intelligence as: “A state of continuous intelligence where technology and processes support the triggering of immediate actions from real-time, up-to-date data.”