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  • QlikView is designed to address the key challenges the BI industry faces.There’s been an explosion of digital data. Companies are generating petabytes of data a day. Making that data meaningful to the business is becoming more and more difficult.And traditional BI applications are focused on power users. Regular business users are locked out because they don’t have the expertise, time or training to make those tools work for them.It also takes a long time to get to the business answers users are looking for.That’s because average deployment time for traditional BI is 18 months. And it takes six weeks or more to build a single report.QlikView offers a whole new way of doing things that’s reinventing the way people think about and use BI.
  • So, why is QlikView gaining such traction, while the rest of the BI market is lagging far behind?The point that sticks out is there’s a significant part of the market that’s underpenetrated.In fact, it’s only 28% penetrated.That’s because there’s a huge gap between what the BI solutions from traditional vendors offer and what companies really need.It’s why you’re seeing only a 2.5 percent growth rate for our competitors.They’re just not delivering the goods.And QlikView is.
  • QlikView fills a unique need. It combines the comprehensive, powerful analytics of traditional BI with the ease-of-use of consumer apps.And it does so without consuming significant IT resources. That’s why QlikView is such a significant and disruptive presence in the BI world.
  • Let’s look a little closer at what makes QlikView search special.It’s totally different from traditional BI search, where everything is IT-driven.Traditional BI search is linear and hierarchical. It pre-packages data and only gives users what’s been pre-determined by IT.It requires the user to tunnel through the data and make links based on guessing.QlikView has something completely new called Associative Search that provides instant results as you type in search criteria.It’s enabled by our unique in-memory technology.It’s a totally unique approach that turns the traditional BI model upside down.It makes connections between data and systems to draw a big picture for the users.For instance, if a user searches on sales data, it’s automatically linked and mapped to region, state, salesperson and product data.There’s no digging around.QlikView makes that data instantly available to generate real insight and trace dependencies like never before.It’s why business users are so extraordinary successful with our product.
  • Simply put, QlikView 10 is easy, open, fast, and manageable.
  • What makes QlikView 10 easier to use than prior versions?We’ve made significant enhancements to search.In QlikView 9, we added a global search capability that lets you search across all your data, inside your analysis, within a single box.In QlikView 10, we added that capability to every single field. This lets users perform “associative search.”For instance, imagine you were trying to remember someone’s name, but all you can remember is that they’re female, they run telesales, and they work out of the Boston office.How do you find that person?With QlikView, you enter “Boston,” “Telesales” and “People.Instantly, you get a list of people that match the criteria.It’s very powerful.We’ve also added new UI objects, including Mekko charts, which combine elements of bar and pie charts.We’ve also added hundreds of usability enhancements based on usability studies conducted with end users and developers.
  • QlikView 10 lets users plug QlikView into operational applications.And you can plug applications into QlikView too.We did a lot of work to open up our APIs, document them, and provide examples.The most significant advance is the addition of visualization extension capabilities.This lets users add custom visualizations. For instance, a retailer might have a visualization that shows store shelves and the placement of products relative to competitors.With QlikView 10, they can extend that visualization into QlikView, and have QlikView populate it with up-to-the-minute stock and placement data.QlikView 10 also has an open format for integrating data. It has an open, documented specification called QVX that lets anyone get data into QlikView more easily than ever.We’ve also opened up a whole series of APIs to plug QlikView into management tasks.And we’ve enhanced our Workbench for integrating QlikView into private and internal websites.
  • In QlikView 10, we’ve enhanced our web client to give it all the interactivity of our traditional desktop client.And one of the great capabilities of our new C-client is that it renders data asynchronously.That means it renders charts only when they’ve finished calculating.Technologically, this is very complex.It was a significant leap forward to create a web page in which different parts of the page render at different times based on server calculations.There’s no other web client that works so efficiently.We’ve also improved data load time, by up to 10 times, depending on the multi-core capacity of the server it’s running on.In addition, QlikView 10 features core calculation enhancements.Its algorithms are optimized for machines with more than 32 cores, meaning computing resources are allocated in the most efficient way possible.
  • QlikView 10 adds a whole new series of metadata, so you can have comments in fields and expressions.You can also add tags to fields, so you can easily find and understand data in QlikView.We’ve also separated the load and database thread, which means you can do 32-bit reloads using 64-bit QlikView.In addition, we’ve added a series of user management capabilities.For instance, audit logging lets you see what analyses people use, and what they click on within them, including selections, sheets, and bookmarks.
  • Qlik View Corporate Overview Ppt Presentation

    1. 1. QlikView Overview<br />Insert Your Name<br />
    2. 2. A New Kind of Software Company<br />Broad Base of 15,000 Customers <br />U.S.-based company, founded in 1993 in Sweden<br />Highest customer success rate<br />15,000 customers in 100 countries<br />1,100 global partners<br />650 employees across 22 offices in 24 countries<br />NASDAQ: QLIK<br />
    3. 3. July 16 - NASDAQ: QLIK<br />
    4. 4. The Industry Challenge<br />Petabytes of Data<br />Explosion of Digital Data<br />Limited Access to Powerful Analysis<br />Long Time to Get Answers<br />Industry Average Deployment Traditional BI: <br />18 Months<br />Potential BI <br />Users <br />Traditional <br />BI Users<br /><1%<br />Time to Build One Report<br />Traditional BI: <br />6.3 Weeks<br />Non-Users<br />
    5. 5. Innovations are Remaking Markets<br />What Do These Companies Have in Common?<br />SIMPLICITY<br />SIMPLICITY<br />SIMPLICITY<br />SIMPLICITY<br />PageRank<br />Search<br />iPhone<br />SAAS-based<br />CRM<br />SmartPhone<br />Search<br />BI<br />CRM<br />Associative BI<br />
    6. 6. QlikView Delivers A Consumer Approach for Business Software<br />People Love Consumer App Experiences<br />People Love Using QlikView<br /><ul><li>Instant results
    7. 7. Easy to use
    8. 8. Intuitive interface
    9. 9. Simplifies complex analysis
    10. 10. Self service with minimal training</li></li></ul><li>Revenue and Customer Growth Highlights Our Market Momentum<br />Revenue Growth<br />Customer Growth<br />15,000<br />($MM)<br />13,024<br />59% CAGR<br />10,585<br />7,306<br />5,436<br />2,239<br />1,500<br />QlikTech Year-over-Year Growth<br />33.1%<br />80.8%<br />82.0%<br />46.8%<br />IDC Worldwide Business Intelligence Tools 2009 Vendor Shares, June 2010 <br />
    11. 11. QlikView Expands Addressable Market<br />Traditional BI: $8.6Bn Market in 2010 <br />Large<br />Enterprises<br />Midsize and Small Enterprises<br />Third Parties, Partners,<br />Customers<br />Small Businesses<br />All Business Users<br />Power Users<br />
    12. 12. Disruptive Technology, Power and Simplicity<br />®<br />High<br />Analytic Capability<br />Low<br />Business User Driven<br />IT Dependent<br />User Type<br />
    13. 13. Making the Complex Simple<br />Consolidate informationrapidly from any data source<br />Search data withGoogle-like ease<br />Visualize data withstate-of-the art graphics<br />
    14. 14. Associative Search Puts Users in Control<br />Traditional<br />Associative<br />Region<br />Region<br />State<br />Sales <br />Person<br />State<br />Product<br />Sales <br />Person<br />Product<br />IT Driven<br /><ul><li>Linear, pre-defined thinking
    15. 15. Insights missed in hidden data
    16. 16. Months to change
    17. 17. Data-centric</li></ul>User Driven<br /><ul><li>Follows the user
    18. 18. All data, always visible
    19. 19. Minutes to change
    20. 20. Insight driven</li></li></ul><li>Empowering Business Users<br /><ul><li>“Pull model” gives users what they need when they need it
    21. 21. Easily analyze and drill down into key elementsof the business</li></ul>Forecast, trend and createWhat-If? Scenarios<br />Create self-service custom apps and dashboards<br />
    22. 22. QlikView Mobile Goes Where You Go<br />Anytime access on iPhone, iPad, Android, and BlackBerry<br />Total freedom from the desktop<br />Delivers:<br />Dynamic, interactive data analysis<br />Visual dashboards<br />Associative search<br />GPS-sensitive filtering<br />
    23. 23. Collaborative BI: Think It, Build It, Share It<br />Any business user can create a QlikView app<br />Mash them up into complementary apps like Google Maps or SharePoint<br />Use QlikView Extensions to integrate third-party visualizations into QlikView<br />
    24. 24. Maximum Scalability<br />Scales to meet the requirements of the largest global enterprises, including:<br />Supports tens of thousands of connected users and billions of records<br />Perfect linear scalability <br />Virtualization and cloud deployments<br />
    25. 25. Deep Manageability<br />Powerful, flexible and easy consoles for measuring, monitoring and deploying QlikView applications and data<br />Gives IT a single view into deployment status for single or multiple servers<br />Centralized management capabilities including load balancing, administration, and refresh scheduling<br />
    26. 26. Complementary To Existing BI and CRM Systems<br />Purpose-built connectors for popular applications, including SAP and Salesforce.com<br />Eases access and analysis of business data<br />Better leverage investments in existing business and warehousing assets<br />Enables business users to take advantage of complex systems<br />Higher ROI on entire enterprise stack investment<br />
    27. 27. The QlikView Customer Experience<br />Findings from IDC/QlikTech Joint Survey<br />BI Initiative Success and Satisfaction• 96% of customers are satisfied with QlikView <br />ROI (Return On Investment)• 186% Return On Investment• 6.5 month payback period <br />Time to Value<br />44% deployed QlikView in 1 Month<br />77% deployed QlikView in 3 Months<br />50% reduction in information access and analysis time<br />0<br />100<br />-100<br />
    28. 28. QlikView: Number One in Ease of Use<br />is #1 in: <br />Ease of use<br />Scorekeeping to KPIs<br />Dashboard Satisfaction and Usage<br />*Gartner: BI Platforms User Survey, 2010<br />
    29. 29. QlikView: Number One in BI Customer Loyalty<br />is #1 in: <br />Customer loyalty<br />Intention to buy more licenses<br />Query performance<br />*BARC: BI Survey 9, September 2010 <br />
    30. 30. Aberdeen: QlikView Dashboards Outperform Best-in-Class<br />QlikView rates above Best-in-Class in dashboard accuracy<br />% Driven by Line of Business User<br />Yearly Dashboard Cost Per User<br />$22.41<br />62%<br />$28.53<br />48%<br />41%<br />$35.58<br />*Aberdeen: QlikView Customers Outperform the Best-in-Class with Dashboards, August 2010<br />
    31. 31. Global Enterprise Deployments<br />
    32. 32. QlikView’s Unique Land and Expand Approach <br />
    33. 33. QlikView’s Unique Land and Expand Approach <br />
    34. 34. QlikView’s Unique Land and Expand Approach <br />
    35. 35. QlikView’s Unique Land and Expand Approach <br />
    36. 36. QlikCommunity:Strength In Numbers<br />Vibrant, thriving online global forum at community.qlikview.com<br />Most-visited and active user community in the BI<br />Tens of thousands of users<br />Free apps and best practices<br />Significant QlikView employee participation<br />QlikCommunity<br />Membership <br />Through July 2010<br />
    37. 37. Summary<br />World’s Fastest-Growing BI Company<br />Over 15,000 customers in 100 countries<br />Provides a consumer app experience using sophisticated business data<br />High customer satisfaction: 96%<br />30-day money back guarantee<br />Seeing Is Believing — In 2-3 days, we will build any company a working QlikView application using its own data<br />
    38. 38. Appendix 1: What’s New in QlikView 10<br />
    39. 39. <ul><li>Easier to Use
    40. 40. More Open and Extensible
    41. 41. Faster Performance
    42. 42. Enterprise Manageability</li></li></ul><li>Easier to Use<br /><ul><li>Groundbreaking advances in search
    43. 43. New UI objects
    44. 44. Usability for end-user and developers</li></ul>MULTIPLE<br />VIEWPOINTS<br />SIMPLE<br />USER EXPERIENCE<br />
    45. 45. More Open and Extensible<br /><ul><li>Add your own visualizations
    46. 46. Open format for integrating data
    47. 47. APIs, including web services API, for outside control of management tasks and data
    48. 48. New simpler Workbench to integrate into websites</li></li></ul><li>Faster Performance<br /><ul><li>AJAX with C-client interactivity
    49. 49. Reloads 2-10x faster on multi-core machines
    50. 50. Core calculation enhancements</li></ul>Multi-Core<br />Core <br />Core <br />Core <br />Core <br />Core <br />In-Memory<br />4000<br />3500<br />3000<br />2500<br />2000<br />1500<br />1000<br />500100<br />Performance Index<br />(Nocona = 100)<br />
    51. 51. Enterprise Manageability<br /><ul><li>Metadata tags and comments
    52. 52. Separation of load/database thread from QlikView
    53. 53. Centralized user management and section access management
    54. 54. Audit logging</li></li></ul><li>QlikView 10: Availability<br />Available to all customers as a download through community.qlikview.com and QlikTech partner network<br />QlikView Personal Edition also available as a download at www.qlikview.com<br />
    55. 55. Appendix 2: Customer Case Studies/Template<br />
    56. 56. U.S. health insurer covering 131,000 members in 14 states<br />Challenges<br /><ul><li>Required performance trends and KPI analysis on 140 million subscriber and provider records
    57. 57. Needed to integrate Oracle, SQL Server, Access, and Paradox data</li></ul>Solution<br />Deployed QlikView for:<br /><ul><li>Claims processing and provider reimbursement analysis
    58. 58. Claims representative customer satisfaction tracking</li></ul>Results<br /><ul><li>Deployed in under two weeks
    59. 59. Improved profitability through dramatic data accuracy improvements
    60. 60. Increased customer satisfaction</li></li></ul><li>Subsidiary of PepsiCo, Inc. and manufacturer<br />of industry-leading sports drink Gatorade. <br />Challenges<br /><ul><li>Sought real-time sales data to proactively respond to market changes
    61. 61. Wanted to improve reporting time
    62. 62. Needed to handle tens of millions of data records</li></ul>Solution<br />Deployed QlikView to analyze:<br /><ul><li>Sales and profitability by account
    63. 63. Sales expenses
    64. 64. Billing</li></ul>Results<br /><ul><li>Reduced reporting time from 1-4 hours to 3 minutes, saving $237 per employee, per report
    65. 65. Gained real-time visibility of company-wide sales performance
    66. 66. Realized full return on investment in four months</li></li></ul><li>Leading manufacturer of sheet fed offset printing machines for commercial and industrial customers.<br />Challenges<br /><ul><li>Couldn’t handle new reporting demands and ad hoc analysis
    67. 67. Needed complementary analysis capabilities for SAP BW data</li></ul>Solution<br />Deployed more than 200 QlikView applications, including:<br /><ul><li>Sales analysis
    68. 68. Financial analysis
    69. 69. IT analysis</li></ul>Results<br /><ul><li>Business users make better, more informed decisions through flexible, ad hoc analysis on SAP BW data
    70. 70. Complete integration of SAP BW, Access, Excel, Navision, and Sage data</li></li></ul><li>The publicly-funded healthcare system of England, providing the majority of healthcare in the country.<br />Challenges<br /><ul><li>Needed to consolidate, visualize and analyze financial data across all regional NHS hubs
    71. 71. Wanted to reduce contract spend throughout NHS supply chain</li></ul>Solution<br />Deployed QlikView to regional hubs and financial personnel nationwide for:<br /><ul><li>Benefits reporting
    72. 72. Spend vs. cost analysis
    73. 73. Supplier and purchaser analysis
    74. 74. Organizational benchmarking analysis</li></ul>Results<br /><ul><li>$66 million in procurement cost savings over two years
    75. 75. Improved regional hub performance through better data insight
    76. 76. Significant reduction in management time spent on reporting and analysis</li></li></ul><li>COMPANY NAME<br />Sub-title copy <br />Challenges<br /><ul><li>Bullet copy
    77. 77. Bullet copy</li></ul>Solution<br />Deployed QlikView for:<br /><ul><li>Bullet copy
    78. 78. Bullet copy</li></ul>Results<br /><ul><li>Bullet copy
    79. 79. Bullet copy</li></ul>Area for graphic<br />DATA POINT DATA POINT COPY<br />
    80. 80. Appendix 3: In-Memory Technology vs. Traditional BI<br />
    81. 81. QlikView’s Unique, In-Memory, Associative Technology<br />
    82. 82. QlikView’s Unique, In-Memory, Associative Technology<br />Easilyconsolidates multiple data sources<br />
    83. 83. QlikView’s Unique, In-Memory, Associative Technology<br />Easilyconsolidates multiple data sources<br />Loads all data intomemory<br />
    84. 84. QlikView’s Unique, In-Memory, Associative Technology<br />Easilyconsolidates multiple data sources<br />Loads all data intomemory<br />Enablesreal-time associative search and analysis<br />
    85. 85. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />
    86. 86. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />Data sources pre-determined by IT<br />
    87. 87. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />Data sources pre-determined by IT<br />Data goes through ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) process<br />
    88. 88. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />Data sources pre-determined by IT<br />Data goes through ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) process<br />Data loaded into data warehouse and modeled intocubes<br />
    89. 89. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />Data sources pre-determined by IT<br />Data goes through ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) process<br />Data loaded into data warehouse and modeled into cubes<br />Data loaded into BI app<br />
    90. 90. The Traditional BI Data Approach<br />Data sources pre-determined by IT<br />Data goes through ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) process<br />Data loaded into data warehouse and modeled into cubes<br />Data loaded into BI app<br />Every time data changes, it goes back and forth through this process<br />
    91. 91. Appendix 4: Change Their World<br />
    92. 92. Change Their World Social Responsibility Program<br />Grant Program<br />Free QlikView user licenses, service hours, training, and hosting<br />10+ Recipients since 2010 launch<br />Employee Involvement<br />Employee Service Event packed and donated 600 backpacks<br />With company’s 3x match, employees donated over $60,000 to Haiti Relief<br />Latin American partners unite to rebuild Chile<br />Executive bike race for African orphans<br />
    93. 93. Thank you!<br />

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