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Andrew Burns profile photo
November 04, 2019

Qlik Sense Enterprise

Score 8 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used across the organisation from HR, finance, retail functions to custody and funds services. Dashboards are available not just to internal users but external clients also. Qlik Sense allows us to provide our internal operations teams and external clients with valuable insights in a self-service manner.
  • Users can self-service their visualisation needs within Qlik Sense with ease. No longer are centralized analytics teams the bottleneck on new dashboards/reports.
  • Qlik Sense makes stitching of data together from different sources an absolute breeze. Qlik Sense can be used as a Data Warehouse without any great difficulty. It can become your organisation's single source of truth.
  • Qlik Sense APIs are extremely robust. We have been able to extend the functionality available in the UI and customize the back end to our specific needs. There are very few limits with powerful APIs at your fingertips.
  • Data Lineage is difficult to determine and relies on trailing logs using 3rd-party scripts or pushing from a vendor.
  • Section access (entitlements) is quite efficient, but quite often our products want a finer level of control .e.g applying across multiple different fields, enabling/disabling fields for certain users.
  • I would like to see changes to the Qlik Sense load script to allow better parameterisation of functions, try/catch blocks and other behavior that comes as standard with other languages. User-defined functions should be passed to the QMC for use in all reloads, instead of loading into every script using library files.
  • I would like to see an emphasis on real-time dashboarding capabilities. BDI does not solve all real-time dashboard needs. Provide ability to upsert using partial reload feature etc. We ultimately want to treat in-memory dashboards like a relational database.
Qlik Sense is not appropriate for real-time dashboards. It is fantastic for EOD or dashboards which need to be refreshed every 10-15 minutes. Qlik Sense makes a fantastic Data Warehouse, if that is what your ultimate goal is. If you have the resources, you can extend the out-of-the-box functionality to suit your needs. Unfortunately, if you do not have the resources, you may struggle with the back end of Qlik Sense.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used by our entire organization, at most all levels of the organization. It allows us to generate business insights not attainable through our ERP or CRM systems. It has allowed us to more proactively manage our sales teams and create visibility around activity we couldn't get previously.
  • Data Visualizations
  • Integrating data from multiple data sources
  • Data analysis
  • Requires external support for implementation
  • Much more flexible with in-house talent
Qlik Sense is most effective when used with a data strategy. Without a deep understanding of what you want to look for and manage from an analytics standpoint, it use-case is limited. However, if you know what you want to look for and have an idea of how best to read and interpret data, Qlik Sense is very effective. It's an extremely flexible platform, more so for our organization since we have an internal product champion who can design, develop and deploy dashboards.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used across the organisation. It is used to publish a triple bottom line (profit, planet, people) with metrics for each like CO2 emissions, guest satisfaction and status of different sustainable projects. In addition it is used to analyse social media via connector (Facebook and YouTube) and website data (our blog). In addition, the guest department will get a daily updated forecast on guest numbers.
  • Running consistently without errors which gives users confidence in the system and its numbers
  • Easy to configure and customise to adopt to manyfold sources (facebook, google analytics, filemaker, SAGE, various Excel sheets)
  • Easy to navigate within the table and graphs (drill down, slice & dice, filter, sort) and easy to export results.
  • Geoanalytics is cool
  • Very customizable user and role based security
  • I would love to see the option of making the font smaller to fit more data on a sheet.
  • Instagram is not as easy accessible like Facebook and YouTube.
  • The reporting features are not as developed as in QlikView.
  • It does not run on Linux unless some virtual windows environment is used.
The more people need access to data and the more they need to navigate within the data (drill-down etc.), the more suitable. As it runs on any environment other than Linux, it is useful in mixed systems with MACs or windows. Not really on a Linux platform (neither server nor client). If there is only one data analyst, QlikView is better as Qlik Sense really distributes the data out there for people to do their own analysis (filtering, sorting etc.).

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Score 9 out of 10
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It is being used as a primary business intelligence solution used by several departments and eventually the entire organization. It provides insight and at-a-glance information to make business decisions backed by data.
  • Easy to produce quality visualizations and reporting easily, but it still has the ability to perform more complex functions for more experienced users.
  • Ability to aggregate information from multiple sources of data. It has the ability to perform most extract transform and load (ETL) functions without the need for another product. This information can be stored in a proprietary file format for fast loading and distribution to individual business analysts so everyone is working from the same source of truth.
  • Has a very good community of support. Most questions can be answered through the product forums without the need to contact support.
  • Visualizations have sometimes worked slightly differently between releases requiring the need for some re-work when upgrading. Most of these have been appearance only but are still annoying.
  • Enterprise product should come with the ability to email common reports. People still want/need this but don't need all the functionality of the Nprinting product. Basic email functionality should not need to be a separate purchase. Perhaps give the basic functionality with the product to give people exposure to it would actually increase the take rate on Nprinting.
Great for aggregating data and producing really good visualizations. Data can be supplied to analysts to build their own analytics and have confidence they are using the same underlying data. It may be less appropriate if there is a lot of complex business logic to be integrated into the application. The Qlik View product is probably more suited to that since it behaves more like a developers tool.
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December 09, 2019

QlikSense Review

Score 9 out of 10
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We are using QlikSense across the whole organization. Whenever we do upgrades and new installations, business users may face issues and we resolve them.
  • User friendly
  • Self service analytics
  • Easy integration to any source system
  • Easy storytelling
  • Advances analytics
  • Graphs and charts
  • Usability
  • Dashboards
It's more appropriate for custom properties and security rules and less appropriate when designing dashboards.
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December 07, 2019

Qlik Sense BI

Score 10 out of 10
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Primarily as a UI for Space Management data. We provide category management services to CPG and retailer customers who analyze shelf space. Cubic, Capacity, Linear, Square, Facings, Points of Distribution, $ Share, Unit Share, Fair Share Index. We provide scorecards that compare previous to current or planned and calculate TTLs, DIFF, and % Change. We leverage common visualizations, KPI, charts, etc.
  • Processing speed.
  • Ease of use.
  • Seamless Integration SQL.
  • Limited appearance options.
  • Poor ability to filters and other objects on the page.
  • No bound box features for tables or other charts.
  • Limited QMC functionality (e.g. Export).
  • Poor viewing capability when viewing many applications for a stream.
  • Poor support for branch plugins.
Well suited for the following:
  • Viewing and slicing SQL data sources
  • Simple UI vs. Development in .NET or SAS reporting
  • Business users with limited BI training
  • Sharing/Collaboration
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Score 8 out of 10
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Currently Qlikview is widely used in Faysal Bank. However we are in the process of migrating it to Qlik Sense. We are extensively using Qlik Sense within Finance Department. We have provided access along with training to other department users. So that they will create/design their own analytics.
  • Qlik associative engine.
  • Augmented intelligence.
  • Self-service BI.
  • Enhancement through extensions.
  • More functionality on Pivot Table.
  • More charts and graphs.
  • Dynamically increase in font while using the dashboard on big screen/projector.
I assumed Qlik Sense was the best self-service BI tool. Users can easily use Qlik with minimum training. However there is a lot of room for improvement on the data modelling side.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used in the number departments, however, it is a strategic BI/Analytical tool in our organization. It supports our reporting and analytical needs, and allows for faster data delivery and the more efficient use of data.
  • Great visualizations
  • Drilling down and finding correlations
  • Questions that were not asked
  • Working with large data sets might be slow.
  • QVD "chaining" is not straightforward.
  • Better support on the on-demand apps generation.
Qlik Sense is well suited for trend analysis, heat maps, and high-level comparisons. It does not work well with direct database queries and on-demand app generations.
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November 04, 2019

Super Mario

Score 7 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used across the whole organization. The major problem relates to streams. We have many departments and the number of streams increases as well.
  • Indexing data
  • Time of reload
  • Quick search
  • Memory size (RAM)
  • Few components (vs QlikView)
Qlik Sense is well suited when we need to show a story, based on a specific set of data. It is very well suited when we have a big set of data.
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Score 8 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used at Visy enterprise-wide. It is used in measuring manufacturing, sales and finance KPIs. Some examples are:
Manufacturing - Measure customer claims, run rate
Sales - Used for sales and margin reporting at SKU level
Procurement/Finance - Tracking spending
  • Data modelling is very good. One doesn’t need to explicitly define the joins between different data sets, as Qlik Sense associative model takes care of it.
  • Highly customisable. Using the variable editor allows a user to define simple to complex formulas.
  • Filters do not need to be defined separately. All the dimensions of the data set can be used as filters without any extra steps.
  • Customisation of colors on charts and tables without coding.
  • Include Sparkline charts within tables.
  • Add discussion or commentary feature for improved collaboration.
  • Include what-if scenarios and predictive analytics out of box.
  • Allow planning and forecasting activities where users can enter data.
Qlik Sense is highly customisable application and can be used for a majority of use cases for data analysis, rich visualisation. It doesn’t do planning activities very well. Not the best tool for what-if scenarios.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used across the whole organisation for management reporting, also for operational reporting by departments, and is very effective for data exploration. It allows consolidation of data from disparate legacy systems. Excellent performance with large data sets.
  • Allows rapid, intuitive development of dashboards and reports.
  • Has a rich palette of presentation scenarios.
  • Scripting language allows for precise customisation to meet end-user requirements.
  • Integral documentation could be improved.
  • Embedded user help could be better.
  • Stories based on current query data set with the ability to interact would help.
Qlik Sense is excellent for data exploration. List boxes in conjunction with a chart allow for drill down on (for example) outliers in the graph to underlying data in the list boxes. Last time I looked extensions are still not permitted in Qlik Sense Cloud.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Mainly dashboards but we are moving towards predictive analytics.
  • Dashboard creation is easy.
  • Lots of built in KPIs and visualizations.
  • Aggregation of data from various sources.
  • Documentation is lacking especially around more advanced concepts like parameter usage and set operations.
  • The KPI/Visualizations import feature should tell you about compatibility issues at import.
Management dashboards and metrics. Analysis of data through filtering, finding the hidden patterns in why/how the results came to be.
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Score 9 out of 10
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We are using Qlik Sense at an Enterprise level. We have created persona-based Dashboards for Sales, Finance, Delivery, Marketing, HR functions. We are showing KPIs as per persona. Before Qlik, users went to different functions and asked for data and created their own Excel sheets based on reports after massaging the data. Now, we have integrated these functions and data is available for all. This helps users not to go to every department to get their data. Manual efforts are removed and we are able to automate the system.
  • Inbuilt ETL capability is exceptional so you don't need to have separate DWH.
  • You can connect with any type of data source if you have a connector .
  • Quick UI will help you to deliver fast.
  • Self Service has the capability but the user should have basic SQL knowledge.
  • Its UI is not good when compared with Tableau.
For an enterprise application, It is well suited as your whole data lies in enterprise DWH and then you can chip your Qlik Sense to deliver reports quickly.
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Score 9 out of 10
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First of all, we use Qlik Sense to visualize real time information about our manufacturing process from our ERP system. We have several real time monitors on our production floor used by floor managers and team leaders to steer teams. Data driven decision making.

Next to this, we use Qlik Sense as a BI tool for business cases, budgeting, and forecasting. We have management dashboards, but also in-depth, drill down dashboards for specific departments.
  • Ease of use. We do not have programmers or data analysts in house, but we have managed to create our own Qlik Sense environment with just a little bit of consultancy support.
  • Frequent, very useful updates with always fresh and trendy stuff that can be used instantly.
  • Speed, connecting with databases, SQL or external sources is a piece of cake. Loading & indexing data is incredibly fast.
  • Pricy analyzer licenses.
  • Lack of local support and consultancy companies nearby (Romania).
In any place or department where any kind of database or system is used, Qlik Sense can be well suited.It's as simple as that. We started by linking some Excel files to Qlik Sense and created dashboards. Generally speaking, I would say that data integrity is important and data cleansing could be necessary, but this is something regardless of Qlik or any other BI tool.
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Jraan Soh profile photo
September 05, 2019

Qlik Sense Does Make Sense

Score 8 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used by the Manufacturing Operations department for extracting data from various data sources for analysis. While we are still in the infant stage of using and exploring possibilities with this solution, we've already achieved significant productivity gains for the engineering teams, turning regular manual and cross oceanic data extraction processes into scheduled automatic data extraction.
  • The drag and drop feature when creating reports is easy for end-users who do not have coding/programming knowledge.
  • It is regularly updated with useful extensions that offer users more ways of presenting data for analysis.
  • The Insight feature helps business users discover relationships between data, which otherwise have not been thought of.
  • Most engineering folks use Excel to create pivot charts that show up to 3 nested dimensions. QlikSense seems to limit this to a maximum of 2 dimensions. It will be great if QlikSense can do all of what Excel can do with regards to charting capabilities and more.
  • The objects for a reporting page seems to snap to the grid of the canvas. It would be useful for objects for a report to NOT snap to the grid, so that users can size or position the objects where they want them on the page.
  • The color schemes that come with the charting function seem to be fixed. Those default color schemes available are atypical for the manufacturing industry, which normally uses a spectrum from Red to Green. Business users who do not have coding experience will have to depend on knowledgeable QlikSense developers to create the scheme for them. It would be good if QlikSense could include this color scheme as the default offering or provide a feature for user-defined color schemes that users can just pick off the color palette.
Qlik Sense is very well suited where source data structures do not change over time. For example, the data tables in a database. When the data format/structures changes from time to time, for example, an engineer's Excel spreadsheet, it will be challenging to code an adaptive Qlik Sense app to accommodate the dynamic changes.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use it across the organization. Primarily we help member health centers better understand the care they are providing to patients and how much their patients use other health care services. We also use it to aggregate data and compare health centers in our region for quality improvement and for strategic planning purposes.
  • Load large data sets quickly and easily.
  • Allow users to filter and explore data quickly.
  • Perform complex calculations.
  • Visualize data in charts and graphs.
  • More detailed control of the layout of KPIs, charts, and graphs (labels, legends, size of fonts, positioning of titles, etc).
  • Better mapping functionality (it doesn't recognize many foreign places; even US towns/cities can be finicky) and more detailed control of mapping features, such as better adaptive sizing of labels as the user zooms in/out.
  • Export to Excel of tables loses formatting and totals; export to PDF and image is poor.
It's excellent for exploring large data sets with many dimensions because of its associative model. It's excellent for drilling down from a high level, such as from a health system to a specific clinic, then to a single doctor, and then to a single patient. It's also good for analyzing data over time.
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December 12, 2019

Wow Qlik!

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It's used for the whole company in all departments including Finance, Retail, Whosales, IT, Logistics and others.
  • Data governance
  • Self service
  • Possible options in the objects
  • Data science
Well suited: self-service and data analysis of medium-scale data. Less Well Suited: the ability to use ODAG; real-time analytics.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used across the whole organization. Is used for such problems as:

Analyze of logistics workflows,

Deviations from the planned process,
Tracking work progress in projects,
KPI Management dashboard,
Trends in inventory changes and
Prediction of supply disruptions.
  • Visualizations allow you to quickly identify deviations from the norm.
  • An associative analysis is the best method to identify and solve problems.
  • Implementation of the tool in the style of "Set Analysis Wizard", f.e. http://tools.qlikblog.at/SetAnalysisWizard/QlikView-SetAnalysis_Wizard_and_Generator.aspx?sa=
  • More charts for two-dimensional analysis (combi charts)
  • More charts for analysis on the time line
Business process tracking. Analysis of the causes of problems in the enterprise.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is currently used across the organization. It is used primarily for the tracking of organizational metrics. It has been really beneficial to link data from different systems to look at our business in a different way. Information from three systems (inventory system, financial system and volunteer management system) is analyzed within Qlik Sense. We have put together dashboards for our board and for staff.

Qlik Sense is also used for data validation activities both within systems and across systems.

We also use Qlik Sense to do a deep dive on different issues and use the information to inform food purchase, and program development.
  • It is a wonderful program to combine information from many different systems.
  • The visualizations are great and it helps to be able to show information in different ways
  • It is easy to enter information into the system
  • Better training in terms of how to manipulate data to input into charts
  • It would be great to be able to print Qlik Sense screens - have dashboards as a handout without having to take copies or pictures.
  • It is a great way to easily summarize information and present it in different ways. Great way to track and present metrics.
  • Sometimes the way the data is presented is limited, for example tables.
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Score 10 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used as a data visualization tool across departments internally as well as a solution to view the analytical results for our existing and potential clients. Qlik Sense creates a remarkable impact when we present our analytical findings to the clients in terms of interactive self-serve dashboards.
  • Data compression
  • Complete control with scripts
  • Good visualizations
  • Memory usage on the server, despite the server being over sized
  • Response time for large applications
For any analysis to be presented, Qlik Sense comes in handy where the end user can actually use the self serve visuals to suit his/her needs.
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August 09, 2019

Qlik makes Sense

Score 9 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is being used across multiple departments like Sales, Supply Chain, and Finance. Qlik Sense provides us a better view of what we are doing than our ERP shows us. It's also much faster than tools like Excel.
  • Qlik Scripting Engine provides methods of easily creating the views you need.
  • Qlik Sense provides powerful charts.
  • Qlik's associative engine makes it all very powerful to use.
  • Getting the hang of the scripting could take some time.
  • Set Analysis is very powerful but takes time getting used to.
Qlik Sense is powerful for tools where there are many data points available like supply chain or sales. We use it for all processes in the supply chain like incoming goods and outbound goods on an operational level and strategic level.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We use Qlik Sense in the purchasing department to see trends and identify outliers. It's very quick to find out which suppliers or products that need to update costs. We have created interactive dashboards where it's simple to filter to your individual needs either by suppliers, product, currency, country or buying region.
  • We were able to see which suppliers that had negative cost trend while the material and industry had a positive trend.
  • It's very simple to deal with the long tail of suppliers with few products and low spend.
  • We can easily take care of the suppliers that were still invoicing in USD and change them to CNY by a simple filter.
  • I lack the functionality and customization of Tableau.
  • Sometimes we need to use Excel to do some things that Qlik Sense is unable to do.
  • I wish we could resize the graphs to fit all kinds of resolutions, graphs can look good on high res and then useless on low res monitors.
I like to use Qlik Sense to view large amounts of data, it's much more useful than Excel that would choke on that amount of data. It's very fast and easy to set up some parameters, filters, and charts. You can quickly see where you want to focus and build dashboards that make your life much easier next time.
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Score 7 out of 10
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It's used in many departments and also in top management and Finance and HR departments. The biggest problem it solves is connecting many data sources as one data model for reporting use.
  • Data load + data model.
  • It's fast.
  • Making selections in all controls and visualizations of reports.
  • UI looks pretty old comparing to competitors.
  • As data model is generally pretty good - it's still stuck in that same model and creating/modifying a bit larger data models is hard (for else than developers).
  • Data model is closed for Qlik's use only. It should be open for other software as well.
It's fast. So it suites particularly well for pretty big data models and reports, where other products might get stuck.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We use Qlik to identify cost savings processes within our product range to create value for our clients.
  • Ease of use.
  • UX elements.
  • Engine running the technology.
  • How versions are released. You are forced to upgrade dev desktop versions whenever there is an update release. This cripples our development effort as our server might not be in a planned upgrade yet..therefore there is a risk of QVF not working.
  • Team development of QVF. You can't source control the QVF to be worked on by others.
We used it to identify value propositions within our company product to pass the value to our clients. We create much value from this use case. We find business users typically are not willing to try the use. It could be a lack of understanding of the discipline of BI. May not be a shortfall of the product.
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Score 9 out of 10
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Qlik Sense is used within several business units to bring together disparate data sources for comparison, exploration and visualisation to assist with better business decisions. The end to end ETL process is conducted within Qlik Sense, which greatly simplifies the workflow for our data analysts.
  • Brings together multiple datasets from diverse repository technologies
  • Intuitive and Powerful scripting language
  • Extremely powerful relational engine
  • Visualisation options are limited
Qlik Sense is perfect for data exploration by data analysts, particularly when you want to bring together several complementary sources. If you require to build complex visualisations, with annotations, you may be better suited in other products however.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Pixel Perfect reports (100)
6.7
Customizable dashboards (142)
7.8
Report Formatting Templates (101)
7.3
Drill-down analysis (142)
8.6
Formatting capabilities (141)
7.7
Integration with R or other statistical packages (78)
6.9
Report sharing and collaboration (133)
6.9
Publish to Web (102)
8.1
Publish to PDF (115)
7.0
Report Versioning (80)
6.9
Report Delivery Scheduling (79)
4.8
Delivery to Remote Servers (41)
5.8
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.) (140)
7.7
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization (129)
7.4
Predictive Analytics (85)
6.0
Multi-User Support (named login) (123)
7.6
Role-Based Security Model (120)
7.8
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete) (120)
8.1
Single Sign-On (SSO) (80)
8.2
Responsive Design for Web Access (107)
7.7
Dedicated iOS Application (66)
6.0
Dedicated Android Application (52)
5.6
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile (94)
6.9
REST API (51)
7.5
Javascript API (43)
7.3
iFrames (40)
7.5
Java API (30)
7.3
Themeable User Interface (UI) (42)
6.8
Customizable Platform (Open Source) (38)
6.7

About Qlik Sense

Qlik Sense is a business intelligence (BI) and visual analytics platform that supports a range of analytic use cases. Built on Qlik’s unique Associative Engine, it supports a full range of users and use-cases across the life-cycle from data to insight – with self-service analytics, interactive dashboards, conversational analytics, custom and embedded analytics, mobile analytics, and reporting. The solution comes in three different editions - Qlik Sense Enterprise, Business, and Team. Qlik Sense can be deployed in the cloud or on-premises.

Qlik Sense sets the benchmark for third-generation analytics platforms, empowering everyone in organizations to make data-driven decisions. People of all skill levels get unmatched analytical power, with unique associative exploration and search, AI-powered insight suggestions, AI-accelerated creation and data prep, advanced analytics integration, and natural-language, conversational interaction. They can easily share and communicate the insights they discover and get answers anywhere they work – with fully interactive and secure online and offline mobility. And for the enterprise, you get a true platform with open and standard APIs for customization and extension, powerful data integration and connectivity, centralized management and governance, and a Kubernetes based SaaS / multi-cloud architecture driving scalability across combinations of on-premise, private, and public cloud environments.

Qlik Sense Features

BI Platform Features
Has featureAdministration via Windows App
Has featureAdministration via MacOS App
Has featureAdministration via Web Interface
Has featureLive Connection to External Data
Has featureSnapshot of External Data
Has featureIn-memory data model
Has featureOLAP (Pre-processed cube representation)
Has featureROLAP (SQL-layer querying)
Has featureMulti-Data Source Reporting (Blending)
Has featureData warehouse / dictionary layer
Has featureETL Capability
Has featureETL Scheduler
Supported Data Sources Features
Has featureMS Excel Workbooks
Has featureText Files (CSV, etc)
Has featureOracle
Has featureMS SQL Server
Has featureIBM DB2
Has featurePostgres
Has featureMySQL
Has featureODBC
Has featureCloudera Hadoop
Has featureHortonworks Hadoop
Has featureEMC Greenplum
Has featureIBM Netezza
Has featureHP Vertica
Has featureParAccel
Has featureSAP Hana
Has featureTeradata
Has featureSage 500
Has featureSalesforce
Has featureSAP
Has featureGoogle Analytics
BI Standard Reporting Features
Has featurePixel Perfect reports
Has featureCustomizable dashboards
Has featureReport Formatting Templates
Ad-hoc Reporting Features
Has featureDrill-down analysis
Has featureFormatting capabilities
Does not have featurePredictive modeling
Has featureIntegration with R or other statistical packages
Has featureReport sharing and collaboration
Report Output and Scheduling Features
Has featurePublish to Web
Has featurePublish to PDF
Has featureOutput Raw Supporting Data
Has featureReport Versioning
Has featureReport Delivery Scheduling
Has featureDelivery to Remote Servers
Data Discovery and Visualization Features
Has featurePre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Has featureLocation Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Has featurePredictive Analytics
Has featureSupport for Machine Learning models
Has featurePattern Recognition and Data Mining
Does not have featureIntegration with R or other statistical packages
Access Control and Security Features
Has featureMulti-User Support (named login)
Has featureRole-Based Security Model
Has featureMultiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
Has featureReport-Level Access Control
Has featureTable-Level Access Control (BI-layer)
Has featureField-Level Access Control (BI-layer)
Has featureSingle Sign-On (SSO)
Mobile Capabilities Features
Has featureResponsive Design for Web Access
Has featureDedicated iOS Application
Has featureDedicated Android Application
Has featureDashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
Application Program Interfaces (APIs) / Embedding Features
Has featureREST API
Has featureJavascript API
Has featureiFrames
Has featureJava API
Has featureThemeable User Interface (UI)
Has featureCustomizable Platform (Open Source)
Additional Features
Has featureIn memory data indexing Associative Engine
Has featureMachine Learning with the Qlik Cognitive Engine
Has featureAugmented Intelligence and insight suggestions with Insight Advisor
Has featureConversational Analytics with Qlik Insight Bot
Has featureOpen APIs, in addition to Qlik Analytics Platform
Has featureMulti Cloud Architecture with docker containers deployed and orchestrated within Kubernetes
Has featureData Catalog & Data Ops Management with Qlik Data Catalyst
Has featurePublic and syndicated data as a service with Qlik Data Market
Has featureQlik Associative Big Data Index delivers Qlik’s associative experience on top of Big Data
Has featureFlexible deployment options including Enterprise SaaS and combination of cloud and on-premise options
Has featureEnterprise reporting and distribution with Qlik NPrinting
Has featureAdvanced geopolitical calculation and geotagging with Qlik Geo Analytics
Has featureEmbedded analytic capabilities to build, extend and deploy custom solutions that are scalable and cloud-ready with Qlik Core

Qlik Sense Screenshots

Qlik Sense Videos (12)

Watch Try a Qlik Sense App

Watch Take a Qlik Sense Product Tour - Imagine an analytics tool so intuitive, anyone in your company could easily create personalized reports and dynamic dashboards to explore vast amounts of data.

Watch Qlik GeoAnalytics

Watch Qlik Associative Big Data Index

Qlik Sense Downloadables

Qlik Sense Integrations

DataRobot, Azure, Cloudera, SAP

Qlik Sense Competitors

Pricing

  • Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
  • Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
  • Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
  • Entry-level set up fee?Optional
On-premise EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Qlik Sense Perpetual$1,5001-50 users
SaaS EditionPricing DetailsTerms
Qlik Sense Subscription$8401-50 Users

Qlik Sense Enterprise: Perpetual license basis, based on number of users Qlik Sense Enterprise: Subscription, based on number of users Qlik Sense Desktop: FREE Qlik Sense Cloud: FREE

Qlik Sense Support Options

 Free VersionPaid Version
Phone
Live Chat
Email
Forum/Community
FAQ/Knowledgebase
Social Media
Video Tutorials / Webinar
help.qlik.com
YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLdnQXZq2xRoAnbUOZl6fueHxRkZs8f5a8

Qlik Sense Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise, SaaS
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac, Kubernetes
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Mobile Web
Supported Countries:Americas, EMEA, LATAM, APAC
Supported Languages: The Qlik Management Console is English only.    The Qlik Sense client supports the following languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Brazilian Portuguese, Russian, Swedish, simplified Chinese, Polish, Turkish, Korean, and Traditional Chinese.   The language Qlik Sense uses depends on the language preferences of your browser. The default reading order in a Qlik Sense app is left to right. You can change the reading order to right-to-left in your app preferences if your data or labels are in a right-to-left language such as Arabic or Hebrew.