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Patented In Memory Associative Technology
The power of simplicity
QlikView Real-time OLAP
Memory & Processor Power
Traditional Cube OLAP
QlikView New Rules
Within two days of downloading a trial version of QlikView, Shell Sweden had a prototype application for analyzing financial data. It became a customer and later expanded QlikView usage to sales and operations functions.
A Nacka kommun representative emphasized how user friendly QlikView was, stating, "It is so easy to work with it seems like fun."
Dakota Healthcare built an application to allow users to navigate through massive amounts of related data to each insurance claim. The 200GB database was compressed into 500MB and loaded into the RAM of a 64-bit Windows Server 2003.
Zurich, a Swiss insurance firm, was able to reduce the workload of report development and maintenance from seven full-time dedicated staff to two people working over a two- to three-day period every month.
IDG Denmark chose to download a trial of QlikView and had some initial skepticism about the low cost of the solution. However, due to the ease of implementation and functionality, IDG soon became a satisfied, paying customer.
Deluca Homes, a manufacturer of homes turned to QlikView to provide: applications that enable monitoring of the performance of contractors involved in the building and inspection of homes, provision of KPIs to management, and analysis of financial data.
Our Value Proposition: 1/4 the time, 1/2 the cost, 2x the value
Source: IDC whitepaper by Dan Vesset and Brian McDonough, “QlikTech’s Approach to Business Intelligence: Keep It Simple and Flexible”
Makes associative connections like human brain:
no top-down, no data structure knowledge required ...
Links to qlikacademy
with videos, courses, etc
Pivot Tables may also be used without any expressions to show a hierarchy of fields.