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Qlik delivers advanced intuitive analytics with new release

Strengthens cloud-based offerings, mapping and geoanalytics capabilities, smart vizualizations, advanced analytics integration, and data preparation

Qlik previewed Qlik Sense June 2017, the newest release of its next-generation application for self-service business intelligence (BI) and visual analytics.  Built on a fully integrated, cloud-ready platform, and powered by the patented QIX Associative Indexing Engine, Qlik Sense combines enterprise readiness and governance with intuitive visualization and exploration, advanced analytics, and self-service data preparation capabilities.  This breadth and depth allows organizations to meet the broadest range of BI use cases from a single platform leading to consistent, data-driven decision making.  At its Qonnections 2017 customer and partner event, Qlik previewed functionality highlighting how the Company will advance its analytics portfolio to drive greater insight from all data, on premise and in the cloud, while augmenting the intelligence of users across the enterprise.

“Qlik pioneered the category for user-driven, governed self-service BI.  With Qlik Sense, we continue to expand the market by creating a scalable, secure, and cloud-ready platform that organizations can consider the centerpiece of their enterprise-wide BI deployment,” said Anthony Deighton, Qlik CTO and SVP of Products.  “Our platform approach allows us to address a breadth of use cases with more depth than other offerings.  The openness of the underlying platform expands opportunities for custom analytics apps, embedded BI, and developer innovation leveraging new technologies like artificial intelligence and natural language generation.”

As more and more data is born in the cloud, an increasing number of customers are also choosing to embrace visual analytics via the cloud.  With more than 100,000 users visualizing data with Qlik Sense Cloud and Qlik Sense Cloud Business, groups and businesses can create, manage and share analytics in the cloud, and access the power of the Associative Difference via an easy-to-adopt, subscription-based service. In addition, by leveraging managed cloud offerings through partners, and online marketplaces including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, Qlik is committed to making it easier and faster for enterprises to deploy and manage Qlik Sense in the Cloud – on the customers’ terms.

“With our industry-leading global partner network at the ready to bring these solutions to market and our rapidly growing community of developers, we’ve hit an exciting point in the next phase of industry leadership, extending beyond visual analytics,” continued Deighton.

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