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1. Why did you pick this tool?
2. What are its strengths ( demonstrate at least 7 – 10 )?
3. What something that is difficult to do with the tool?
4. What companies/business sectors use this tool?
5. What is the technology used to create the tool?
6. What types of inputs (data sources) can be fed to the reporting tool?
7. What are all the different forms of outputs (pdf, excel, xml, webservice etc. ) that this tool supports?
8. What Business Intelligence functionality is built into the tool?
9. How does the tool compare to Cognos?
10. What are your conclusions about the tool?

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Presentation on QlikView

  1. 1. PRESENTATION DATE- 7 AUGUEST 2014 QLIKVIEW GROUP SINGH, PAVITTAR HAN, JINGJUN
  2. 2. ABOUT QLIKTECH COMPANY U.S Based Company founded in 1993 in SWEDEN 33,000 customers in 100 countries Up to 15,000 global partners Up to 1500 employees across 30+ offices in many countries. Exchange NASDAQ: QLIK WORLD WIDE CUSTOMERS
  3. 3. WHAT IS QLIKVIEW ? INTRODUCTION https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XytB6GDxGk4
  4. 4. WHY WE CHOOSE THIS TOOL?
  5. 5. QlikTech Hits Top 3 in Forbes Fast Tech 25 Survey
  6. 6. BUSINESS DISCOVERY QLIK-VIEW INSIGHT ANYWHERE APPLICATIONS REMIXABILITY SOCIAL COLLABORATIVE MOBILITY
  7. 7. STRENGTHS Easy to use - simple and intuitive use of the platform, Transparent reporting and analysis - data visualization in a meaningful and innovative way, Scalability - immediate time of the response, with no restrictions on the amount of data, Data Integration - fast integration of all data from various sources into a single application, Identify trends – recognition of, invisible at a first glance, trends and information to make innovative decisions, Teamwork - common decision-making process and real-time collaboration security, Full filtering data - search across all data - directly and indirectly, Various forms of data presentation - use of dynamic applications, dashboards and analyses, Mobility - access, analyze and retrieve data from mobile devices, Fast implementation – usually about a week, Low cost - quick return on investment, thanks to the short implementation period.
  8. 8. QlikView Clients QlikView Server Data sources Whatever Client have Scalable secure manageable 1.Visual Dashboards 2. Associative Search 3. Visual Reports 4. Multiple devices Client’s Input FLOW
  9. 9. What is the normal flow of work in organization? Report Centric Structure normally in an organization. Start operation or start user End User IT Department Warehouse IT-Roles Take care about data preparation and all analysis each and every part
  10. 10. Business Users START OPERATION IT DepartmentWarehouse IT-ROLES DATA ALL ANALYSIS ENABLE USER TO MAKE THEIR OWN ANALYSIS AS PER THEIR REPORT 1. DYNAMIC REPORT 2. USER HAS ACCESS TO LIVE SEARCH ABOUT THE REPORTS AND DATA ON ANY DEVICE 1. SELF-SERVICE- ANALYSIS 2. ANALYSIS ABOUT PROBLEM AND SOULATIONS 3 .CHANGE ANAYSIS AS PER REQUIREMENT STRENGTHS Report Centric Structure using QlikView in an organization.
  11. 11. Something that is difficult to do with the tool? HIDDEN LIMITATIONS SCALABILITY AND PERFORMANCE LIMITATIONS RAM SPEED HARDWARE BOX USER Data volumes up to 10-20 gigabytes of compressed data. QlikView is designed for gigabytes-scale BI applications. Given a typical 10x compression rate, QlikView performs well on data volumes up to 10-20 gigabytes of compressed data. Since QlikView has to bulk load all data to the system RAM, reloading data is a considerable workload and can take a substantial amount of time.
  12. 12. LIMITED DATA PREPARATION While QlikView provides a scripting language for integrating and loading data from multiple sources into memory, it does not provide advanced ETL capabilities that are needed for more complicated data integration use cases, like parsing of web log data for sequence analysis and hierarchy tree navigation. NO PIXEL-PERFECT REPORT WRITING QlikView lacks some of the advanced capabilities required for creating highly formatted reports. QlikView is designed for interactive analysis and not for report writing. To create a formatted report in QlikView requires the use of macros and the duplication and maintenance of QlikView objects. Previously created QlikView objects need to be cloned and placed into a “Report Section” in QlikView. HIDDEN LIMITATIONS
  13. 13. COMPANIES USING QLIKVIEW Beckett Associates Beckett Associates manages inventory and reduces unused merchandise with QlikView and Analytics8 Purity Life Health Products LP Founded in 1984, Purity Life is Canada's leading distributor of natural health products including dietary supplements, vitamins, natural body care, earth friendly household goods and natural health food products. The company supplies products to more than 7,000 stores across Canada, including the major food, drug and mass merchandisers and natural health food stores.
  14. 14. COMPANIES USING QLIKVIEW Teck Cominco With QlikView pulling data from JD Edwards, Lotus Domino, Excel and various other sources running on IBM System i (AS/400), Teck Cominco analyzes operations, finance and human resources information – all with a focus on reducing costs and improving overall corporate performance. Weir Services Weir Services deployed QlikView to more than 550 employees across 6 functional areas. With QlikView, Weir Services analyzes inventories, work orders, sales, and staffing utilization - all focused on improving performance.
  15. 15. Continues Next Part with Group Partner: Jingjun Han
  16. 16. Core Technology is the In-memory is important for performance so this technology makes the QlikView than other business intelligence tools, but it takes a lot more to deliver a Business Discovery platform. Basically all BI tool based on queries and cubes looks faster in memory and could be fast response but the still need takes care from IT department and user manually depends on the maintainess but in QlikView User not depended no IT. CORE TECHNOLOGY IN QLIK VIEW TECHNOLOGY IN QLIK VIEW
  17. 17. The QlikView Difference: It’s what QlikView does with in-memory technology that really makes a difference. 1. Has an inference engine that maintains the associations in the data automatically. 2. Calculates aggregations on the fly, as needed, for a super-fast user experience. 3. Compresses data down to 10% of its original size to optimise the power of the processors 4. Accomplishes both within a single, comprehensive product The Result - Less Maintenance and Faster Deployment Neither users nor developers have to maintain the associations in the data, so organisations can move rapidly from prototyping to deployment to refinement. CORE TECHNOLOGY IN QLIK VIEW TECHNOLOGY IN QLIK VIEW
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY IN QLIKVIEW AND HOW IT’S WORK
  19. 19. DATA SOURCES SUPPORTED APPLICATIONS FOR INPUT
  20. 20. DATA SOURCES SUPPORTED APPLICATIONS FOR INPUT
  21. 21. 1. QlikView can be exported to excel, iimage files, pdf 2. QlikView able to query and generate report from DB (i.e. our databases which is MySQL) to Excel (Word, pdf and PowerPoint 3. QlikView able to save query result to Excel (Word, pdf and PowerPoint 4. QlikView able to query/report from different tables (IT terminology, i.e. able to have inner/outer joins) to Excel (Word, pdf and 5. QlikView able to drill-in/drill-out, dicing and slicing 6. Support real-time dashboards/reports. It’s depends on the refresh rate u set 7.Dashboards/reports able to be displayed on internet/intranet with real-time data or refresh at certain timing. 8. QlikView able to save the result of my queries for later use. E.g. Query further from the save result and other data source (tables, excel, word, pdf). SUPPORTED OUTPUT FORMS
  22. 22. Comparison as per rating summary on Trustradius.com
  23. 23. The Decision is Simple https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IeoA-z0CvjI
  24. 24. CONCLUSION QlikView allows business companies to analyze which activities lead to which sales results much faster and more flexibly. Sales and marketing departments are able to manage their activities in a more targeted manner based on sales potential and market segments. we suggest QlikView needs to repair some limitations and let people use that in more and more technology and spaces. CONCLUSION
  25. 25. http://community.qlik.com/docs/DOC-2581 http://www.jcommerce.eu/business-intelligence/qlikview-innovative-business- intelligence-platform/the-main-advantages-and-benefits-of-qlikview.html http://www.birst.com/qlikview http://www.itcentralstation.com/questions/does-qlikview-support-my-requirements http://www.qlik.com/us/explore/products/qlikview http://www.qlik.com/us/explore/solutions/data-source/qlikview-data-sources http://www.trustradius.com/compare-products/qlikview-vs-ibm-cognos http://butleranalytics.com/qlikview-review-2014/ References
  26. 26. Thank you ALL

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