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Data Literacy Now a Key Workforce Skill

CEO Mike Capone details how data literacy is to the information age what traditional literacy — reading and writing — was to the industrial age: a skill essential to anyone wanting to fully participate in the workforce, and one required by all organizations for every facet of their operations. Data democratization, enabled by a data literate workforce and suitable tools, is essential now and in the future.

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Financial Services Firms Are Lagging on Data Technology

Firms have made strides in the previous decade in terms of adopting self-service, web-based solutions—but the existing “fixed decision tree” approach is not sufficient for the next evolution in client service. Qlik CEO Mike Capone gave an informative talk to open the second day of the DataDisrupt 2018 conference, entitled “the Rise of Augmented Analytics and Data Literacy in Financial Services,” and warned in stark terms that the financial services industry has broadly failed to take advantage of emerging big data technology.

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Qlik rolls out new cloud, AI and developer capabilities

Keynoting at the April 24 to April 26 Qlik Qonnections event in Orlando, Qlik's new CEO, Mike Capone, after just four months on the job, cut right to the chase and spelled out some important business changes made early in his tenure.

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Hints of Philly’s Robotic Future: Drones and data dashboards speed deliveries

Qlik customer AmeriGas is profiled, detailing their use of Qlik to save $20 million dollars. “It’s a magical tool,” says Jerry Sheridan, CEO of King of Prussia-based AmeriGas, referring to the “district dashboard” system, designed by Radnor-based Qlik, which splits nearly 2 million AmeriGas customers in all 50 states into 640 retail zones handling five million deliveries a year.

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A Lack of Data Literacy Is Costing Your Business

According to a U.S. Data Literacy Survey conducted by Censuswide on behalf of Qlik, a leader in data analytics, "only one-third of all workers feel confident in their data literacy skills for the Analytics Economy." In this age of Big Data, Qlik surveys demonstrate that "workers lack the skills to fully leverage the abundance of information to create actionable insights."

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Jefferson Health utilizes Qlik for analytics support

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-based Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health are leveraging Qlik‘s capabilities to improve patient care through data analytics. TJU and Jefferson Health are utilizing Qlik Sense, a flexible product geared toward assisting with data visualization. Through Qlik Sense, the organizations can centralize large amounts of data and make decisions based on the information gathered.

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Qlik plots course to big data, cloud and 'AI' innovation

Big data scalability, hybrid cloud flexibility and smart "augmented" intelligence. These are the three plans that business intelligence and analytics vendor Qlik officially put on its roadmap at the May 15-18 Qonnections conference in Orlando, Florida.

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22 free tools for data visualization and analysis

The free Qlik desktop app is designed for personal data exploration or sharing in small groups. If you want to collaborate or share, Qlik Sense Cloud is free for sharing with up to five other users.

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Qlik announces Qlik Sense updates, doubles down on cloud

Nearly a year after going private, business intelligence (BI) and visual analytics firm Qlik is announcing the latest version of its flagship product, Qlik Sense. Qlik's rollout strategy, plus the new features themselves, reflect Qlik's determination to make aggressive investments in areas like cloud -- a move it can make now that it's free from the pressure of the public market.

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At Qlik Qonnections, Intelligence Comes From Data + Humans

Qlik differentiates itself from its primary competitors Tableau, Microsoft and the more than 24 other business intelligence (BI) and analytics residents of Gartner's Magic Quadrant for BI and Analytics platforms, with its patented "Associative Model" technology. Instead of running queries, Qlik users simply select a slice of data and explore it visually via bar charts, line charts, pie charts, scatter plots, treemaps and combo charts.

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Qlik Adds 'Influencer' Track To Its Channel Program, Steps Up Incentives For Committed Partners

Business analytics software developer Qlik is launching a significant expansion of its Qlik Partner Program, developing tracks for consulting and service provider "influencer" partners and partners who resell or host Qlik cloud services.

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Using open data as a decision-making tool

Qlik vice president of federal Monica McEwen discusses how the Trump administration could use open data as a decision making tool.

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