Qlik Sense June 2020

The Qlik Sense June 2020 release contains a whole host of  exciting new features including mini charts within tables, a new bullet chart, further customisation of tables, tooltip enhancements and more.

Let’s  take a further look at each of the new features!

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The Qlik Sense June 2020 release contains a whole host of  exciting new features including mini charts within tables, a new bullet chart, further customisation of tables, tooltip enhancements and more.

Let’s  take a further look at each of the new features!

Sparkline Charts

Sparkline charts are specific to straight tables. When adding a measure into a straight table, you now have the option of measuring this measure by a second dimension and representing it as one of four mini charts/sparkline charts.

Sparkline charts can be added by:

  1. Changing the representation of a measure in the chart properties

 

  

  1. Selecting a dimension to measure by, such as Month.

  

  1. Selecting a “Type” from Bars, Dots, Sparkline or Positive/Negative (Whiskers.)

  

  1. You are done! There are further customisation options that can be used, such as setting the Y-Axis to Global or Local. Local only considers the value range for the specific row, whereas global considers the value range for all rows. Colours can also be adjusted to highlight min/max/first/last values, and the line/bar colour.

 

Bullet Chart

The Bullet Chart was previously available in the Visualisation Extension Bundle, this has now been rebuilt from the ground-up. The original version from the Visualisation Extension Bundle is still available; but will be deprecated in a future release.

The bullet chart is designed to present KPIs in the most informative way possible. In a Bullet Chart, only one measure is needed at a minimum to determine the length of the bar.

A dimension can be added, which will create a separate bullet for each dimension value. Targets and segments can also be added.

 

Table Customisation

In addition to being able to use mini charts within straight tables, there are two  new customisation options added to both the straight table, and pivot table in order to improve readability.

The first new customisation  is  the ability to highlight rows on hover, which is extremely helpful on large tables. It is also possible to change the font colour on hover.

This option can be enabled under Presentation -> Styling.

 

The second customisation is the ability to change the scroll bar size. There are 3 new options, small, medium and large. This option can also be found under Presentation -> Styling in the chart properties.

 

 

Organisation Chart Enhancements

It is now easier to use organisation charts, with new functionality such as a home button, border colour options, and auto-resizing. Previously you had to manually zoom in after making a selection.

   

Filter Pane Enhancements

When adding a new filter pane, text can be aligned to the left, right or center – Qlik users can also copy values to their local clipboard directly from the filter pane.

The alignment can be changed via the Dimensions menu in the chart properties pane.

 

 

Number Formatting in Colour By Expressions

It’s now possible to set a format pattern on a colour by expression, this is supported on the Bar, Pie, Line and Map charts. The option can be found under Appearance -> Presentation -> Colours & Legend.

 

  

Custom Tooltip Enhancements

In addition to the tooltip enhancements in previous releases, several  new functionalities have been added.

It’s now possible to display a title and description, use tooltips on line charts, use dynamic titles with expressions, and there are no longer any expression restrictions – leaving you free to use the ALL/TOTAL qualifiers which previously weren’t supported.

 

Dynamic Views & ODAG Improvements

Dynamic views now provide additional information when refreshed and are more performant in the June 2020 release of Qlik Sense. The scripting required for both dynamic views and ODAG has been vastly simplified to utilise minimal code for simple operations such as passing selections.

Read more here: Creating an on-demand template app

Qlik Sense Desktop Authentication Against SaaS

As free access to Qlik Sense Desktop expires on the 30th June 2020, now is the time to authenticate your copy against your QSEoW or SaaS instance of Qlik Sense. Previously it was only possible to authenticate against QSEoW (Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows.) From the 10th June, it is now possible for all SaaS Qlik users to authenticate Qlik Sense Desktop.

Read more here: Authenticating against Qlik Sense Cloud

Qlik Management Console Improvements

Bookmark capabilities have now been added to Qlik Sense June 2020. This allows administrators to create bookmarks of various resources, such as apps, tasks, objects and streams. Clicking these directly from the QMC landing page will take you to the specific resource and apply the filters that are configured. By default, you’ll have the below bookmarks:

  • My Tasks
  • Everyone
  • Monitoring Apps
  • My Apps
  • My App Objects
  • My Streams

New bookmarks can be added as below:

  1. Navigate to the resource specific page, such as apps and filter the table down on any of the columns.
  2. In my example, I’ve filtered the list down to just show the “What’s new” app.
  3. Select the new bookmark icon at the top right, this will display any filters relevant to the current resource type and have an option to add a new filter.

 

 

  1. Add a name for your new filter, and optionally a description. Then select the + icon. 

 

  1. Once added, you’ll see the bookmark added to the relevant list.

 

Sheet View

The Edit button is now located to the right of the sheet navigation arrows and has changed design slightly.

Another useful feature that has been hidden away is the ability to double-click on any “grab handle” at the corner of objects. This will fill any available space.

 

Qlik Sense SaaS Improvements

Qlik’s SaaS offerings now have capability for larger applications, up to 10GB (on disk) and 50GB (in-memory.)

Qlik’s SaaS offerings also allow users to export stories to PDF, which was previously only available in QSEoW (Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows.)

 

Upgrading to Qlik Sense June 2020

If you are a Catalyst Cloud customer, we will take care of your upgrade over the coming weeks. Please contact your Account Manager for further upgrade options.

 

More on this latest release…

What’s New Qlik Data Analytics – June 2020: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TznEzvXe_ik

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Qlik Sense April 2020

Over the past few releases, Qlik Sense has slowly been filling the feature gap between itself and QlikView. The brand-new feature-packed Qlik Sense April 2020 release is no different, with multiple fan-favourite QlikView features appearing in Qlik Sense.

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Over the past few releases, Qlik Sense has slowly been filling the feature gap between itself and QlikView. The brand-new feature-packed Qlik Sense April 2020 release is no different, with multiple fan-favourite QlikView features appearing in Qlik Sense.

Read on for a full rundown of the new features.

 

Organisation Chart

The visualisation bundle was originally included with the Qlik Sense February 2019 release, and many of us will have become accustomed to using these additional objects within our dashboards during the last year. Qlik have been adding additional objects into this bundle since its initial release, and the latest addition is a good one.

The new Org Chart extension allows you to show cards in a hierarchy, such as a company hierarchy, or a product range. Clicking on the numbers below, each card allows you to expand/collapse the additional cards further down in the hierarchy.

 

 

Ability to Share Bookmarks

Previously, users could create their own bookmarks within a published application; but these remained private. The only way users could see the same bookmarks was if the Developer added the bookmarks before publishing the application. This made sharing insights particularly cumbersome, with long emails of “select this, select that.”

But that’s not all! It’s now also possible to save the sheet location, which will take the user to the sheet the bookmark was created on, and also save the layout, which will save the layout of a pivot table if edited.

 

 

Once your bookmark is created, you will see it under “My Bookmarks”. You can right click on this bookmark and click “Publish.” This will allow all users of the application to see your bookmark. You can also copy the link and send this to another user directly.

 

 

Relative Modifier

The Qlik Sense February 2020 release brought us new modifiers for certain chart types. The Qlik Sense April 2020 release provides us with yet another new modifier, the relative modifier. This allows Qlik Users to quickly create a measure showing the percentage or share of a total.

The relative modifier is currently available for the Bar, Combo, Line and Table charts.

 

 

Sheet Triggers

Sheet triggers are one of the most requested features to be migrated from QlikView into Qlik Sense. For users unfamiliar with QlikView, sheet triggers allow you to add actions that are applied when a user navigates onto a specific sheet.

For example, a bookmark, variable, or selections may need to be set if a user navigates onto a specific sheet. The addition of sheet triggers into Qlik Sense drastically improves its guided analytics capability.

Within the sheet properties menu, while in edit mode, a new tab has been added to the accordion menu named “Actions.” Under this tab, you will see a wide array of actions such as applying a bookmark, setting a variable, clearing selections, setting values in a field and locking selections.

 

 

Pivot Improvements

The Pivot Table also has a selection of new improvements included within the April 2020 release.

The first is that it’s now possible to store the pivot table layout within a bookmark, this means that when the bookmark is applied, the current pivot table layout will change to the layout that was active when the bookmark was initially created. This helps avoid confusion if the pivot table is arranged differently across users.

The second improvement is a new sorting option. The pivot chart, by default, is sorted by dimensions. It is now possible to sort by the first measure, if this option is enabled, this will precede any other sorting options applied.

 

 

Table Improvements

As with the pivot table, there are two new improvements to the straight table chart in the Qlik Sense April 2020 release.

The first improvement is being able to search by label when using URLs within a table. Previously, you could change the representation of a URL to display the field (such as the Sales Order ID), but when trying to filter by these values, they would appear as URLs.

Now it is possible to choose whether to show the actual field value (the raw link), or the label.

 

The second improvement is the ability to freeze columns in a straight table. This is useful when using Qlik on a smaller device such as a phone, where you need to scroll across the table to view all field values. The ability to now freeze dimension columns makes viewing the data much easier.

 

KPI Improvements

There are new layout behaviours for KPI charts included within the April 2020 release. These help standardise font and measure sizes across multiple KPIs.

  • Fixed – This is a new addition, where the front will always be the same size, regardless of changes across number formatting or the size of the KPI chart
  • Fluid – This is also a new addition, where the font size depends on the size of the KPI. Make sure KPIs are the same size to ensure the same font size is used
  • Responsive – This is the default behaviour in older versions of Qlik Sense, where the font size depends on both the box size, and the length of the text

 

 

Chart Improvements

A selection of smaller chart improvements have also been rolled into the Qlik Sense April 2020 release. These include:

  • Number formatting of any “colour by” and “size by” measures in the map chart
  • Limit of items on point and area layers increased to 50,000
  • Exclude the Qlik logo on the map chart
  • Hide basic rows in custom tooltip, if disabled measures on the chart will be included in the tooltip, as well as any measures added against the tooltip. Enabling “hide basic rows” will remove the measures added to the chart, and only display measures added against the tooltip.

 

 

Dynamic Views

Dynamic Views are now also present in Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows (Previously only available in cloud versions of Qlik Sense).

Dynamic views allow users to query and view subsets of big data sets in charts that can be dynamically refreshed as the user interacts with the app. This enables visualisations to stay up-to-date within fast-changing datasets, or datasets with large volumes.

To use dynamic views, you need to connect a base app to another app. Master visualisations from the app can then be used within the base app. This allows developers to use master visualisations from the template app as dynamic charts across multiple applications. There is no limit of dynamic views that can be added to a base application.

 

More on this latest release…

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Trust’s award winning Analytical Command centre adopted by seven NHS organisations in London

Seven NHS trusts in London have adopted modules from the Analytical Command Centre at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT). The command centre is a series of screens based at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary site which shows live information about a patient before they enter...

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Seven NHS trusts in London have adopted modules from the Analytical Command Centre at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT). The command centre is a series of screens based at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary site which shows live information about a patient before they enter the Trust’s hospitals, during their stay and when they are discharged home.

 

The London trusts have adopted two modules from the command centre:

  • ambulance messaging which alerts staff to how many ambulances are predicted, details of patient type and visibility of incoming COVID-19 risks
  • bed management messaging which gives staff access to the bed status across each ward on every site on any device and flags where patients have COVID-19.

 

The Trust developed the command centre with QlickiT, a Catalyst Company, so it would fit with any NHS patient systems.

 

Rob O’Neill, Head of Information, UHMBT, said: “This safe and effective model is testament to the hard work of my team and our partners QlickiT. We’re delighted that other trusts in the country have adopted the command centre model to help them with the flow of patients in and out of their organisations during COVID-19 and beyond.”

 

Mike Cawthorn, Director and Business Solution Lead at Catalyst BI, said: “We are proud to be supporting our NHS Trusts with the rapid deployment of command centre in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Rob and his team have developed a world-class product at UHMBT and QlickiT worked with the team to add a configuration capability, which allows the command centre to be deployed within days to any NHS organisation in the UK and further afield. This combination allows the London trusts to deploy the modules developed by UHMBT within hours.”

 

The command centre is part of a different set of activities that have been implemented in the emergency setting at UHMBT to help staff to improve patient management, care and experience.

Other benefits of the command centre include:

  • Showing which patients are due for discharge and themes of why there may be delays
  • Highlighting the performance in the Emergency Departments (ED) which allows staff to see the number of walk-ins and if there has been a surge in patients
  • Showing the number of admissions to hospital through outpatient appointments and departments such as the Ambulatory Care Unit.

 

The Trust holds patient flow meetings every two hours in the command centre which helps teams to better analyse the emergency care setting and patient flow in and out of the hospital.

The command centre has been designed to work in a similar way to airport Air Traffic Control and displays live and predictive information about patients throughout their hospital stay, from incoming patients travelling via ambulance to patients waiting for discharge home.

The command centre was awarded the ‘Delivering for Front Line Staff’ award at the Health Tech Newspaper awards earlier this year.

More information on the Command Centre can be found here.

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Qlik Data Market will be retired

Qlik recognises that organisations need to provide their data consumers with easy access to trusted, external data in addition to internal information. This drove our decision in 2014 to acquire the company called DataMarket. Qlik DataMarket enabled Qlik customers to easily combine their own data...

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Qlik recognises that organisations need to provide their data consumers with easy access to trusted, external data in addition to internal information. This drove our decision in 2014 to acquire the company called DataMarket. Qlik DataMarket enabled Qlik customers to easily combine their own data with aggregated, curated and trusted external information on topics such as business demographics, currencies, population, economic indicators, or weather.

In the past few years, as customers have become more sophisticated and knowledgeable in their use of data, we have found that their external data requirements have evolved to become either very simple or very specific. Many customers are now able to source simple external data needs by themselves. And a customer’s specific data requirements can vary widely according to their exact market, industry, geography, or a combination of these factors. 

We have determined that it would be a significant investment to ensure Qlik DataMarket remains a competitive option. Based on Qlik’s overall priorities, we have decided to retire the Qlik DataMarket service. This retirement not only affects licensed Qlik DataMarket customers but also all Qlik Sense customers that have Professional/Analyzer licenses as those users are entitled to use the Qlik Data Market Essentials package.   

The Qlik DataMarket product along with access to all data packages will be retired on June 30, 2021.  Product support will also end on this date. However, effective immediately:

There will be no new sales of Qlik DataMarket. All new Qlik Sense Enterprise subscriptions will no longer include the Qlik DataMarket Essentials package license. For Qlik Sense Enterprise renewals:  The Qlik DataMarket Essentials package will no longer be part of the license as of the subscription/maintenance renewal date or July 1, 2021, whichever date is sooner.

Furthermore, customers who want to continue using Qlik DataMarket until the End-of-Life date will need to stop upgrading their installation of Qlik Sense around the end of 2020.  As of the November 2020 release of Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows and the January 2021 release of the cloud editions of Qlik Sense, the product will no longer access Qlik DataMarket.

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Qlik Training 2020

To help support your professional development this year, we are releasing our full 2020 Qlik and Qlik Sense training schedule. You can attend locations in London or in our South Yorkshire office. Contact us now to reserve your place!

 

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To help support your professional development this year, we are releasing our full 2020 Qlik and Qlik Sense training schedule. You can attend locations in London or in our South Yorkshire office. Contact us now to reserve your place!

 

QLIK SENSE - 2 DAY COURSESOUTLINE HERE

South Yorkshire - £350 per person, per day 

  • Feb 10th- 11th

  • Mar 9th- 10th

  • May 18th – 19th

  • July 13th – 14th

  • Oct 6th – 7th

  • Nov 16th – 17th

London - £425 per person, per day

  • Apr 21st – 22nd

 

QLIKVIEW - 3 DAY COURSES - OUTLINE HERE

South Yorkshire - £350 per person, per day 

  • Mar 23rd – 25th

  • May 11th – 13th

  • Sep 14th – 16th

  • Nov 23rd – 25th

London - £425 per person, per day

  • Jun 16th – 18th

 

Alternatively bespoke training courses can also be delivered cost-effectively to fit your requirements onsite, at a time of your choosing.

To talk to us about training contact us at info@qlickit.co.uk or on 01709 300 230.

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HTN People and Partnership Awards Winners

Congratulations to Rob O’Neill, Matt Heys and Kelly Heys for winning the ‘Delivering for Front Line Staff’ award at this year’s HTN People and Partnership Awards for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation...

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Congratulations to Rob O’Neill, Matt Heys and Kelly Heys for winning the ‘Delivering for Front Line Staff’ award at this year’s HTN People and Partnership Awards for University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT). The award was for the powerful tool, Command Centre, that has enabled flow coordinators to save time and make more effective decisions on a minute by minute basis.

 Command Centre is a collaboration between University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust and QlickiT, and powered by leading analytics platform, Qlik Sense, that has boosted triage and discharge times. It consists of 5 live-view wall-mounted touchscreens, fed live with Ambulance, ED in, ED out, Live Bed State and IP out data; all interactive and drillable patient level. It enables rapid analysis for flow coordinators making on-the-ground decisions throughout the day.

 Whilst the award was for the positive impact on frontline staff, the solution has undoubtedly had a big effect on patient experience too. 95% of patients are now triaged within 15 minutes of arrival at ED (up from 67%) and the percentage of patients being cared for on non-medical wards, due to capacity pressures, has been reduced from 8% to 2%. Additionally, the proportion of patients discharged by midday has grown from 16% to 19%.

 So, what is next? Well, we are excited to be partnering with Rob and the team to bring Command Centre to the rest of the NHS, already putting it in place at other sites. As an affordable, rapidly implementable (just two days at the latest new site), there is no reason why patients all across the NHS should not be benefitting from enhanced patient flow pathways. Already working in collaboration with other NHS organisations, we have been adding new features to Command Centre, including full predictive modelling capabilities, looking beyond even a complete live view!

 Having specialised in delivering outstanding Qlik solutions since 2005, we work closely with over 60 public sector customers. Recently acquired by Catalyst IT, we are the largest Qlik Provider in the UK, well positioned to ensure the NHS gets the full benefits that Command Centre delivers to service capacity. If you feel your organisation could benefit from a live, predictive view of your entire ED flow, don’t hesitate to get in touch for more information and a demonstration.

 Congratulations again to UHMBT for this fantastic recognition, richly deserved by Rob and the team!

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Catalyst IT acquire QlickiT

Catalyst acquire QlickiT

Catalyst IT acquires fellow Qlik Elite Partner QlickiT

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Catalyst acquire QlickiT

Catalyst IT acquires fellow Qlik Elite Partner QlickiT

Catalyst IT (Catalyst) has today announced the acquisition of QlickiT, in a deal that takes its annual turnover to £6m.

QlickiT is Qlik’s longest established UK partner and supports Public Sector organisations to include the NHS, Central and Local Government. Private Sector clients include Manufacturers and Wholesale Distributors, Services and Legal businesses.

Catalyst is an award-winning IT solutions business delivering Business Intelligence (BI) and Oracle NetSuite Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions. Customers include GKN Aerospace plc, Morrisons Supermarkets plc, Travis Perkins plc, Orange and Wickes.

Both Catalyst and QlickIT are Qlik Elite Partner’s in their own right, the highest possible Partner status achievable. Qlik has been at the top of the Gartner BI Magic Quadrant for 9 years with its unique approach to Reporting, Analysis, Data Mining and Data Interpretation.

Commenting on the news, John Elliott, Owner at QlickiT said, “We are pleased to hand over the reins of QlickiT to the Catalyst Team. The businesses have known each other for several years and developed a great working relationship. After 40 years in the IT industry, I am looking forward to my retirement and leaving QlickiT in a very safe pair of hands.”

Mark Godliman, Managing Director at Catalyst also said, “The acquisition allows Catalyst to enhance its existing portfolio and enables us to operate across 10 market sectors. QlickiT has superb staff, customers and an excellent reputation in the marketplace. The two businesses are identical in terms of structure, go-to-market messaging and have complimentary skills and expertise. It will be very much business as usual with location and contact details remaining unchanged. This is a fantastic first acquisition for Catalyst and kick starts our 3-year period of acquisitive growth.”

Mike Cawthorn, Director and Business Solution Lead at Catalyst commented, “Catalyst is at the forefront of innovating Qlik solutions, primarily into the Private sector. However, we have also delivered ground-breaking Public sector engagements such as Project Axis into The London Borough of Hillingdon and Avon and Somerset Police, which is having a really positive impact on youth offending rates in these areas. By bringing these two businesses together, we unlock the potential to look at the capabilities of the Qlik platform and how predictive and artificial intelligence can be used across our customer base.”

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Qlik Sense November 2019

 

The November Qlik Sense is packed full of new enhancements. Expanded cloud connectivity,...

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The November Qlik Sense is packed full of new enhancements. Expanded cloud connectivity, SOC 2 Type 2 certification and mobile offline support for Android. On top of that are the exciting new visualisation capabilities.

Mekko charts are now incorporated, giving a great new option to capture all aspects of a given measure. Additionally, there is now an accumulation option to help see progress across a dimension and a whole suite of new table styling options giving even more flexibility over look and feel. 

More details on all the new features can be found here.

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G Cloud 11

We are delighted to confirm that QlickiT has been awarded a place on G Cloud 11 for Software.

 G-Cloud is a framework agreement put together by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) which supports the Government’s...

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We are delighted to confirm that QlickiT has been awarded a place on G Cloud 11 for Software.

 G-Cloud is a framework agreement put together by the Crown Commercial Service (CCS) which supports the Government’s policy to centrally manage the procurement of common goods and services through an integrated commercial function at the heart of government.

G Cloud 11 Marketplace

The Digital Marketplace is an online service for public sector organisations to find people and technology for digital projects. Any public sector organisation, including agencies and arm’s length bodies, can buy using the Digital Marketplace. 

QlickiT provides licenses and solutions for Qlik's QlikView, Sense and NPrinting platforms meeting client's self-service data visualisation, guided analytics, mobile, embedded analytics and reporting requirements.

We specialise in added-value solutions that provide cost/time savings, performance improvement and insight. Our services include design/implementation, managed services, application development, modular training and support. 

Features

  • QlikView guided analytics
  • Qlik Sense data visualisation and self-service analytics
  • Mobile and Offline Analytics
  • NPrinting distributed reports
  • Data integration from multiple data sources
  • KPI Dashboard development
  • InsightBot conversational analytics for better end user engagement and collaboration
  • QlikView, Qlik Sense or NPrinting licenses
  • Hosting and cloud deployment
  • Storyboards and interactive analytics
  • Automated alerting

 Benefits

  • Improve end user engagement and collaboration
  • Uncover hidden insights and make discoveries in your data
  • Rapid dashboard development
  • Flexible/modular training to meet your resources specific skill levels
  • Qlik certified and experienced delivery Consultants
  • Enable user access via any mobile device
  • Integrate data from multiple sources into single analytics views
  • Collaborate with colleagues to analyse and question performance
  • Enable users to create their own visualisations, dashboards and reports
  • Self-service end-user development from governed data ensuring consistent, secure results

Find us on G Cloud 11 here

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New partnership with TimeXtender

With an ever-growing number of companies around the world needing to build out their data estate on the Microsoft platform to get to data insights faster, TimeXtender has announced a new partnership with QlickiT, Helping you drive innovation with your data.

This agreement with TimeXtender,...

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With an ever-growing number of companies around the world needing to build out their data estate on the Microsoft platform to get to data insights faster, TimeXtender has announced a new partnership with QlickiT, Helping you drive innovation with your data.

This agreement with TimeXtender, a recognized global software company enabling instant access to any type of data in the organization to support advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI), allows QlickiT to offer its existing and future customers across United Kingdom Discovery Hub® by TimeXtender.

Discovery Hub® is a high-performance data management platform, anchored on automation, that accelerates time to data insights by up to 10 times. It allows an organization to connect to various data sources, and catalog, model, move and report on the full lifecycle of data – in a single, integrated application that supports core analytics, the modern data warehouse, IoT, AI and more.

“QlickiT has been helping companies for many years with their data platform needs and we’re always looking for innovative ways to upgrade and modernize their data infrastructures,” said John Elliott, Managing Director, QlickiT. “With our new partnership with TimeXtender, we’ve found a way to do just that. Discovery Hub® simplifies and strengthens the creation and management of an organization’s data infrastructure. With Discovery Hub®, businesses can eliminate using a patchwork of tools and move to a complete and modern data management platform. We look forward to offering this technology platform to our customers.”

TimeXtender Discovery Hub® is Microsoft Azure certified and designed to give users instant access to their data in the cloud. Developed with a cloud-first mindset, Discovery Hub® provides a cohesive data fabric across Microsoft on-premise technology and Azure Data Services, creating a future-proof, modern data estate that evolves with technology advancements. Users can visualize their data in the front-end tools of their choice such as Power BI, Tableau or Qlik.

“TimeXtender and QlickiT share a common desire in helping customers move from using disparate tools for cataloging, modeling, moving and documenting data to using a complete data management platform,” said Heine Krog Iversen, CEO of TimeXtender. “By partnering with TimeXtender, QlickiT can offer their customers Discovery Hub® by TimeXtender across United Kingdom to help companies automate and simplify the building of their data estate by using our single, integrated platform. This results in a dramatic reduction in costs and accelerating time to data insights. We’re excited to help QlickiT across United Kingdom.”

Read more about Discovery Hub

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