Enabling Enterprises meet Wide Range of Business Intelligence
ORLANDO, FL: Qlik launches latest edition of platform based approach to business intelligence (BI), Qlik Sense Enterprise 3.0. This is an enterprise ready, compiled with best in-class visualization and data preparation capabilities. It is based on a fully integrated, simple and intuitive visual analytics platform aiming to help businesses meet the widest range of BI though a single platform. The functionalities of Qlik Sense Enterprise 3.0 was previewed at Qonnections 2016, the company’s global customer and partner event with four elements of its innovation strategy - platform, data, analytical tools and cloud.
Qlik Sense Enterprise 3.0 is powered by patented QIX Associative Indexing Engine. "Our platform approach allows us to address such a breadth of use cases with more depth than other offerings. The openness of our platform expands opportunities for business intelligence and analytics along with developer innovation. 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,” adds Anthony Deighton, CTO and SVP of Products, Qlik.
Qlik Sense helps clients to build an agile and data-driven business by keeping par with trust, security, and governance of IT sector. This advanced version of Qlik has modified management and administration capabilities for successful effective auditing, configuration, and governance. Through Qlik Management Console, the new user interface of this version has easy configuration and quick deployment features. Qlik Sense is available in four languages – Korean, Polish, Traditional Chinese and Turkish.
Qlik has also designed an Analytics Platform that offers new ways of designing for web mashups, custom apps, extensions, and widgets to developers. This reflects powerful API capabilities including addition of a new app API, a visualization API to program creation of analytics, and a new integrated developer environment (IDE) plug-in to access Visual Studio.
Advanced incorporations in this version of Qilk Sense includes business user app creation, including time aware charts, automatic detection of geographic data, and improved application of data-driven color palettes. New visual search options and visual exploration feature makes browsing insights and discover insights in analyses an easy operation here.
Qlik Printing is also supported in this new version to create visually appealing reports that can be published to MS Office and PDF. This contributes to the BI architecture of Qlik clients to prepare innovative reports and presentations. Users can download complex scripts using Qlik Sense. Dates in reports get automatically detected and distributed into different fields during analysis. The same can also be linked to web based data sources like Facebook, Google or Twitter and to cloud based applications like Microsoft Dynamics CRM and SugarCRM.
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