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Qlik Sense Business Intelligence; Data Capturing, Distribution and Analysis

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Qlik Sense is business intelligence software that allows you to receive specific data driven information from anywhere, quickly. How will this help your business? Simply put, this will help your business grow by allowing yourself and fellow employees to better understand, share and analyse data.

 

Qlik enjoys positive feedback after awards and Qlik Sense

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Qlik recently announced the winners of its annual global and regional partner awards. The awards were presented at the company’s global customer and partner event Qonnections 2017 in Florida in the US.

Senior vice president Toni Adams said their partners are the most critical component of Qlik’s go-to-market strategy and help them extend their leadership in delivering high-value solutions that meet customer’s business intelligence requirements from a single platform. “We are proud to acknowledge the achievements made in 2016 by Qlik partners, and look forward to continuing our mutual success in 2017,” he concluded.

Data Balancing Tool

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This tool has been designed to do balancing tests between two datasets efficiently and accurately, and with little hassle. In most cases a source data extract will be used to determine if the data structure and content of your QlikView data model is balancing back to the source system and that your analysis of the data is correct.

In this example we will be using 2 small files which will be easy to cross check manually by eye but will be very difficult to do on actual large datasets as indicated in below screenshots.

Data Set 1(This represents a data extract from the source):

NPrinting South Africa

Data Set 2(This represents the bi end result data needed to be balance checked). Note some differences has been highlighted which has been spotted manually by eye:

How Location Data Boosts Your Business

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Forbes Insights indicate that mapping various location data types, such as heat signatures, waterways and storm patterns, can highlight previously unseen spatial relationships and, consequently, improve decision making.

About 80% of all business data contains a location component, therefore, it is crucial for you to understand how location affects your business. If collected and sorted efficiently, location data can improve insights and benefit every area in your business, including marketing, sales, operations, logistics, and so on.

Location intelligence (LI) has become vitally important, yet often overlooked, when it comes to business intelligence (BI). LI is used to derive meaningful insights from geospatial data relationships to either create or improve processes and solutions within businesses.