Qlik has created Qlik Data Literacy 2.0, a new and improved data literacy program that appears to dive deeply into the topic.
EPPM: Enterprise Process Performance Management creates context that allows you to visualise, monitor measure and manage your processes, related-journeys, and controls by exception, directly in an interactive BI solution. Processes are everywhere in an organisation and are key to unlocking intelligent decision making that impacts outcomes. EPPM facilitates visualisation, exploration and comprehension of all processes (stories) in your organisation / supply chain. Avoiding silo based data analysis, that might otherwise result in dysfunctional decision making.
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#Envision2020 – BI Trends for 2020 – Have you clarified your BI vision for 2020? #Envision2020 – BI Trends for 2020; Differentia Consulting has watched closely and responded to the changes in the BI world during 2019. Major acquisitions such as Looker and Tableau, the increased competition from global lock-in vendors such as Microsoft, and […]
This event has now concluded. For our latest events, please refer to our events page: Events Differentia Consulting at the Qlik Developers’s Group Scotland Meetup in Edinburgh Event Details The Qlik Developer’s Group is a forum for Qlik developers of all levels to learn from and engage with senior industry folk and each other. This […]
Don’t be left out in the cold during your Year End IT Change Freeze. As we head into the darker winter months, let Differentia Consulting enlighten you by bringing some new ideas to your analytics table. Many customers face a quieter period as 2020 fast approaches, and others are restricted by an end of year […]
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This article shares thought leadership on what Data Literacy is and why it is important to us all. As we evolve the resources of the world evolve also. Change is a constant however the one that succeeds is the one that knows how to benefit from the change. Humans are the catalyst that augments the intelligence contained within the data by employing their knowledge and skills. Just as they have learned to refine and derive benefit from natural resources, their attention is now on data.