Qlik Sense For Enterprise Wide Reporting
Consistency is key and Qlik has always been known for its consistent Visualization applications since 11 years in which it has always been in the Leader Quadrant. Qlik made a strong fan base as a vendor of a governed enterprise analytics platform with a strong data processing engine at the core with QlikView.
Qlik Sense is business intelligence (BI) and visual analytics platform released by Qlik in 2014. Within a scalable, governed framework it supports a number of use cases such as centrally deployed guided analytics apps and dashboards, custom and embedded analytics, and self-service visualization.
Now with the release of Qlik Sense, it has invested a great deal in developing excellent visualization capabilities. Qlik has very strong and trustworthy enterprise functionality and it can handle very large datasets. It can set up repeatable reports, manage the data access and scale to handle large workloads.
Qlik has proven to be very scalable and that has proved to be a strong differentiator when it comes to enterprise needs.
What Makes Qlik Sense Such A Revolutionary Platform?
Qlik has strong data discovery features that enable the users to easily sift through their enterprise data and explore complex data to find all possible associations within the data. With its interactive drag and drop interface, it allows the users to create rich data visualizations in order to present the outcome in a form that they can analyze for themselves. Qlik sense reporting gives the user the flexibility of storytelling with their Visualizations, and also handling the data with a strong ETL platform.
1. Great Visualizations
Qlik Sense provides excellent visualizations with amazing aesthetics and strong app functionalities. You can select from a range of visualization options like Histogram, Barcharts,Heatmaps etc. to create rich charts and graphs depending upon your audience and what kind of data you want to highlight. With a wide range of visualization options, it clearly presents relationships among the values and lets you analyze your data at a glance. Read this if you are interested in building the best qlik sense dashboards.
2. Storytelling With Qlik Sense
Qlik Sense provides data storytelling features that provide a way to share your data insights, within the context of a larger discussion.
With data storytelling, you can combine reporting, presentation, and exploratory analysis techniques in order to create and collaborate, and you can turn your data discoveries into a story by emphasizing important elements that support stakeholders in decision-making.
Qlik Sense is provided with QlikNPrinting which helps you in the end printing process and generate reports in different output formats like Excel, Word, Presentation, PDFor even images which provide the flexibility to share it with the stakeholders.
3. Multi-Platform Integration
Qlik Sense has a built-in responsive design which automatically responds to the available screen space. So the integration between apps is seamless and this makes it very mobile friendly. You can access your reports on the go and make changes on the fly even on the mobile app or on Windows. Qlik also provides on-premise and on-cloud models tailored to provide ease to the end-user and their necessity.
4. Associative Data Engine
Qlik’s Patented Associative engine indexes every possible relationship in your data which helps you gain immediate insights with the headers provided in the data and explore your data in any direction guided by your intuition. Unlike query-based tools, it does not contain pre-aggregated data and predefined queries. That allows you to ask new questions and create analytics without having to build new queries or wait for the experts.
It allows you to discover dynamic associations and explore data relationships in multiple directions and see how your data is interrelated. This allows you to quickly view stories within your data without having to go through a long ‘wait’ cycle of re-building complex queries with the help of a data expert.
5. Governed Data And Security
With Qlik’s Governed Data Discovery feature, you can explore your data within a governed framework in order to keep your users happy and keep the data secure with the Qlik Indexing Engine (QIX). With its in-memory processing, its engine compresses data down to 10% of its original size. It gives much faster analytics with the columnar data store. The QIX engine allows fast analysis by computing aggregations and dimensions on the fly.
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With the data governance framework, you can manage and secure your data assets by your IT department before users may access it. By centralizing and managing the data deployment and use, you can ensure data integrity and security and deliver users with trusted, credible data.
Qlik has its own QVD which is the Qlik View Data format for storing the data, it’s engine compresses the data about 90% to 95% which makes it faster to load and access the data along with the ability to load parallel data which takes a lot of time in the other platforms available on the market. Also, with the reduction in the size of the files, the data stored is creating less overhead on data warehouses and networks.
Also, Qlik Sense has an end-to-end data management and a powerful data analytics platform that has the power to revolutionize your entire business with analytics. Still wondering if Qlik can be your complete end-to-end analytics partner in your transformation journey? Go through our Qlik Services and explore if we can help you transform your business. Our expertise in Qlik can be demonstrated by the in-house products we have developed using Qlik like Accio Qlik or Qlik Buzz. Don’t just wait Contact us and will help you have tailor made solutions.
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