Overall Satisfaction with Qlik Sense
We accumulate data concerning our service provision via a system that stores data in a Postgresql DB. We use Qlik Sense to aggregate and analyse the data to establish metrics and track outcomes for our services. We use analytics to create a wide range of measures and annual outcomes generation, and ad hoc queries.
- Flexible data visualisations
- Easy to manipulate to provide for alternative scenario modeling
- Good for exporting query results eg to Excel for further analysis
- I would like to see the authentication for access to the software improve (to be more flexible)
- It would be good sometimes to get more context-sensitive hints and tips to do with data modeling
- Better tuition on good practice use of the software for non DB specialists
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Would you buy Qlik Sense again?
- The ease of production of regular outcomes data has enabled us to improve our relationships with funders and improve service quality.
We originally went with Qlik Sense because the desktop version used to be free for single users and was a very good proposition for us (we are a non-profit with a limited budget). However, from what I see, the functionality is comparable, and Qlik Sense stacks up well.
You have large amounts of data, and understanding trends and aspects of that is critical to being able to monitor and improve your organisation's performance. Qlik Sense is ideal for this. You can create easy-to-understand visualisations, which identify issues ("actionable insights") or act as useful aids to business decision-making. For small datasets, held locally, you might find the investment in learning is not necessary if something like Excel or another tool can do the job.