Posts Tagged ‘Qlik’

Better analytics for work-from-home users

6 Key Topics About The Future of Business Analytics

The post-COVID world will undergo a massive digital disruption that will impact business processes. With so many people working from home, digitizing assets, moving to the cloud, and digital transformation (connecting people where they are using various channels) are becoming key priorities to companies entering a disruptive 2021. It is interesting to know that McKinsey […]

Three’s Company: Who Leads Gartner’s BI And Analytics Quadrant?

  Gartner forecasts that the business intelligence (BI) and analytics market will increase 5.2% over last year, reaching $16.9 billion by the end of 2016. Ian Bertram, managing vice president at Gartner, believes “The shift to the modern BI and analytics platform has now reached a tipping point.” He urges the organizations that are lagging […]

9 Ways Oracle BI Cloud Positioned to Offer Governance & Agility

When it comes to choosing the right Cloud BI platform, there is usually a trade off between governance and centralization on one hand and agility on the other. BI software vendors like Tableau and Qlik, that are relatively newer to the game than traditional BI platforms, have changed the rules of what defines a better BI […]

3 BI And Analytics Trends That Are Hard To Deny

  According to IBM, we generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. And, 90% of the data that exists today, whether found in your clinical systems, on social media, or on your mobile devices, has been gathered within the last two years. All of that is what we call “big data.” As the volume […]

A CEO Who Knows Exactly Where His Clinical Programs Stand

  I have a thing for listening in on earnings calls, as I often hear interesting tidbits from executives about their businesses. On a recent call, I found it fascinating to hear the CEO of a biopharmaceutical company specifically address the progress they’re making on one of their clinical trials. He literally got down to […]

6 Trends In Life Sciences IT For 2015

  Throughout 2015, we should continue to see life sciences companies investing in technology to reduce drug and device development costs and time, and more importantly, to improve the safety and efficacy of their products. It’s no longer a choice, but rather a matter of time: life sciences companies need to upgrade their IT solutions […]

Qlik Makes Sense … the .Next Big Thing?

In my blog post about ‘Qlik Leadership’ – back in April – I pointed out how Qlik was going to reinvent itself and the BI market once again. A few months later Qlik Sense was released. Qlik Sense Desktop is a Windows-based desktop application, and I view it as Qlik’s first installment on the .Next […]

Why Does Data Warehousing Take So Long? Part 2

In my last post, I wrote about BI’s reputation for being a long drawn-out process. And of course, where the market sees a vacuum…  A plethora of products and processes exist to aid with “shortcutting” BI/DW development. So this time, I want to look some common factors at play when you use the various types […]

Qlik leadership – vision, guts and glory… hopefully

Qlik leadership – vision, guts and glory… hopefully

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” – Supposedly Darwin from ‘Origin of Species’… or NOT According to the most recent report from Gartner, no one vendor is fully addressing the critical space in the market […]

QlikView

QlikView… QlikTech… Qlik…

Several years ago, when I started using QlikView (QlikTech’s flagship product), I had a strong preference for more traditional BI tools and platforms, mostly because I thought that QlikView was just a visualization tool. But after some first-hand experience with the tool, any bias I had was quickly dissipated and I’ve been a QlikView fan […]