If you’re planning your business’ annual strategy, be sure to make use of data which is easy to interpret and has the ability to help you make informed business decisions. With Qlik data software, you can choose a platform which suits your data needs best; from Qlik Sense to QlikView. Read on to find out more about the benefits of integrating Qlik data insights into your strategy meetings to impress stakeholders and improve results.
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Become more mobile with your business’ data with Qlik® Sense. Qlik® Sense is available in South Africa through Qlik Specialists, B2IT, who strive to provide businesses with intelligent data solutions which are easily accessible and designed for people on the move.
With Qlik® Sense, a versatile tool that can be used to integrate data and share insights, data can be quickly and easily collected, accessed, and shared which allows businesses to make informed decisions on time and on the move.
Create captivating data reports using the many features and functions of NPrinting for QlikView and other Qlik Sense applications. Using the analytics and data from Qlik, NPrinting allows you to build captivating, multimedia reports which can be distributed to recipients in a variety of ways. Let’s take a look at some of the features and benefits of adding NPrinting by Qlik to your data strategy.
People who manage businesses or departments are not always analytically inclined, struggling with the interpretation of data and to discover where it all fits in. With the data management and analysis software Qlik Sense gives users the opportunity to make informed decisions based on comprehensive, yet understandable reports; Qlik Analytics Platform further offers users the flexibility to create customised visualisations and extensions with a variety of APIs. With B2IT, the Qlik Specialists, data analytics are made visually simple for anyone to interpret and have the ability to use data efficiently and easily.
Customer loyalty and retention should be the key focus for any business, keeping an existing client is more cost-effective than acquiring a new one. It is therefore important for a business to commit to spending more time and resources on retaining clients and increasing loyalty, ensuring a steady stream of income instead of a “quick buck”.