TimeXtender and Qlik Enter Strategic Alliance
Bellevue, WA: TimeXtender has joined hands with Qlik (NASDAQ: QLIK) in a global partnership to deliver an all-inclusive data warehouse automation (DWA) and business intelligence (BI) package to customers worldwide. The agreement will see TimeXtender, a data warehouse automation software provider for the Microsoft SQL Server and Qlik, provider of self-service data visualization and guided analytics merge their flagship products/solutions delivering user-friendly data to the right people at the right time.
TimeXtender’s platform, TX DWA simplifies data warehouse processes, and minimizes time spent on turning complex data into valuable information. “We provide easy-to-use tools that allow our customers to automate tasks, simplify processes, and obtain results much faster than previously recognized,” said Heine Krog Iversen, CEO, TimeXtender.
TimeXtender’s TX DWA coupled with QlikSense or QlikView will ensure the protection of the data in a manner which is governed as well as secured leading to a stunning, analytical visual presentation that aids companies to narrow the bridge between their business and IT. The reciprocal alliance will permit the users of TX DWA to integrate QlikSense or QlikView with their existing data warehouse to enjoy the benefits of powerful visualization and reporting options. The subscribers of Qlik, on the other hand, can utilize TX DWA to create a resilient data warehouse. The entire integration of TX DWA and Qlik can go live in a time-frame of six weeks. Most importantly, the alliance empowers organizations to prepare themselves beforehand for demands and changes that constantly arise in enterprise technology and obtain faster results.
“At Qlik, we see self-service access to and interaction with data as fundamental to the needs of business users. With Qlik at the front-end of a TimeXtender DWA installation, democratization of data and discovery is simple, with profound implications for the business,” said Donald Farmer, Qlik’s Vice President, Innovation and Design. “Qlik and TimeXtender together are a powerful way to get business users the data they need.”
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