- Dashboard creation
Powerful, scalable, and a bit addictive, allowing you to "see" your data in ways never thought possible. We can now take medical stats presented in an academic journal and applying them to community-based medicine. This literally changes physician behavior like no other tool.
We were struggling with running application reports, and were spending substantial time, and high-end resources to deliver the basics. Implementing QlikView for our clients also allowed us to aggregate our client-based data and see "What type of reports are they running" "What time of day" "Which users". This data alone allowed us to immediately focus on the points of user experience which would impact the users the most.
Online education, but they are revamping.
I've used it for two years.
No issues encountered.
QlikView is a very heavy RAM utilizer (all strong BI tools are). When we hit around 20 concurrent users, the user experience began to suffer. We contacted Qlik Support and they assisted us with a review of our infrastructure. We followed their suggestions to the tee, and were back with great speed!
It's excellent, and very responsive.Technical Support:
Simple, low level learning curve.
We did it in-house.
Currently $1 spent = $3 recouped (including labor/support/Infrastructure).
Push for more services in your installation (consulting, IT, Development, Design). Sales can be very creative.
We also looked at Tableau.
Review your end-goals, internally and externally. This can be a powerful tool for your clients but also for internal decision making.