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QlikView

QlikTech is the Business Answers company. Its flagship product, QlikView, enables organizations of all sizes to unlock the value of their data to make better decisions that improve business results. Unlike traditional BI solutions, QlikView delivers immediate value with payback measured in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all. Through QlikView's disruptive, in-memory associative approach, business users have experienced unprecedented success and satisfaction.

QlikTech is the only company in this market that offers a 30-day money-back guarantee. QlikTech grew by 50% in 2008 and has more than 10,500 customers in 92 countries and over 700 partners worldwide. More than 250 major financial firms, including over 50 % of the global top 25 (based on revenue) have turned to QlikView to improve performance across their organizations.For more information, please visit www.qlikview.com

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Latest Content From QlikView

Whitepaper: More Profitable Decisions

by QlikViewSep 01, 2009

Business Intelligence is not a �one-size-fits-all� category. Different approaches, including reporting, modeling and dashboarding, have been used to address the various challenges that exist across large organizations. Reporting-based technology was originally intended to answer questions that are known in advance � in a predictive fashion � with predefined views of information. But over time, a gap has emerged in addressing questions that are hard to predict and ad hoc in nature. And this is an area that reporting was never intended to address.

The key to unlocking value is delivering the right information to the myriad of business users who need it, at the time they need it, in a way that is meaningful and usable to them. And because these needs vary tremendously, the best approach is one in which users can answer their own questions in a simple and intuitive fashion.

With next-generation BI tools that allow for powerful yet easy-to-use analysis, leading global insurance firms are providing instant answers to front-line personnel in functions such as sales management, marketing, finance, underwriting and claims/policy administration, and in large communities of captive and independent agents. By offering decision makers at all levels a simple and powerful way to �self-serve� the right information at the right time, companies have seen how improved decisions can have a significant impact on revenue, cost and overall profitability.


Whitepaper: True Business Transparency: Understand and Optimize Business Decisions

by QlikViewJan 16, 2009

Today�s business situation has never been more volatile, with forecasts appearing uncertain at best and dismal at worst. Most executives see the value of business intelligence, but many feel suspicious of new software and balk at the price tag. In this economy, managers have to make smarter and more timely decisions, and business transparency becomes more critical than ever. The importance of Business Intelligence cannot be overestimated. Gartner ranks BI among the top ten strategic technologies for firms during 2009. But can traditional Business Intelligence � which can take months or years to deploy, and weeks or months to change � be relevant for business users today? Financial firms need to focus on high impact, fast value projects � those that make an immediate difference in targeting customers, managing risk, finding cost savings, and making people as effective as possible. Enter in-memory analysis, which is poised to revolutionize the BI industry as it becomes the predominant approach. Gartner expects that �by 2012, 70% of Global 1000 organizations will load detailed data into memory as the primary method to optimize BI application performance�. This technological revolution has unlocked tremendous value for financial institutions, and is causing a squeeze amongst traditional OLAP players with their service-heavy models. In this dossier you will read more about Business Intelligence and in-memory analysis, and hear from organizations such as SEB, ABN AMRO, and Atos Origin about their use of QlikView to drive value in customer intelligence and risk management.