Qlik's New Multi-Cloud and Augmented Intelligence Capabilities
FREMONT, CA: Qlik, a Saas-based analytics platform enterprise announced innovations in augmented intelligence and multi-cloud capabilities that are pushing Qlik as the top company. Built around the core Associative Difference in its cloud-native and data analytics platform, Kubernetes-based network, Qlik now delivers Qlik Sense Enterprise exclusively on Qlik Cloud services. By aligning the Qlik analytics platform with users’ cloud-first corporate strategies, the company enables flexibility and seamless experience for customers.
Mike Capone, Qlik CEO, said that the companies expect insights throughout their organization and even across the ecosystem with flexibility and choice while deploying analytics. He expressed that Qlik, with its innovations in augmented and multi-cloud, is adept in meeting those needs. He added that Qlik, with its SaaS platform, provides the organizations with real-time data and analytics, thereby leading them with data and helping them to solve even their most difficult challenges.
Qlik’s vision for the business intelligence's 3rd generation is segmented intelligence, the democratization of data, and omnipresent analytics. The idea requires all the data to be available using the new cloud-first approach for data discovery and delivery. It enables increase data literacy and leverages SaaS-first access to activate the analytics from the C-suite to the edge of an enterprise.
Multi-Cloud and SaaS-First
Organizations need an analytics platform that utilizes the cloud throughout the organization. Unlike other agencies that dictate their agenda for cloud solutions, Qlik is the only analytics vendor that offer multi-cloud deployment features available in one subscription license. With their latest release, Qlik allows users to implement Qlik Sense Enterprise completely on Qlik Cloud Services, Qlik SaaS environment. All deployment choices for Qlik Sense Enterprise work as part of multi-cloud deployment framework of Qlik.
Qlik introduced an integrated element in its analytics platform called Associative Insights as development on its machine learning and augmented intelligence capabilities. The feature combines Qlik’s cognitive and associative engines to suggest hidden data insights, thereby expanding user’s data literacy. With associative engines, users can ask even those questions that were previously left unexplored.
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