Qlik Sense Room for Improvement

Adam Abwat-Johnson
BI Developer at a retailer with 51-200 employees
The only thing I would say that comes up is that sometimes it can be a bit buggy. The product updates that come out are fairly regular, which is always nice, but getting bugs here and there that you have to work around can be a bit of a pain at times. This can be taken into account by waiting for a month or two to see if any patches come out (much like with how you would treat Microsoft releases) but if you want to get the latest updates as soon as possible then you need to prepare yourself. View full review »
Manager, BI Strategy and Architecture at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Qlik's data handling could still use some strengthening, flexibility, and overall improvement. As a long-time data architect, I cannot overly stress how much the product could be improved by the addition of a more powerful data engine. View full review »
Miguel Angel Baeyens De Arce
Senior Analyst at a construction company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Multi-server deployment: not just cloud, but on premise too, and hybrid. Needs lighter protocols to communicate between the different services and with the clients. Multi-server computing: the QIX engine is still "limited" to the power of one single computer. While this power increases with better CPUs and bigger and faster memories, data demands even faster handling, only achievable by leveraging on several computers to crunch the numbers. Data sources connectivity, natively: Drivers tailored to how Qlik processes data and how the sources provide it. Governance: On the reactive side, see how each node in my development is doing, on the proactive side the ability to spin up new instances for the different needs in different moments (extraction, or data handling in memory or report distribution). Have a unique, central library of apps, but also measures and dimensions which can be used across the different sets of apps. Natively built in tools to analyze who is accessing where, when, providing better insights on apps seldom used and those who are massively accessed, and allowing to provision resources and make these apps more accessible and improve the user experience. Licensing: Review the named model and move towards a usage model (e.g., cores, memory, computers, API calls, etc.). View full review »
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Business Development/Medical Economics at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
Trending percentage volume over time in a new way, instead of using multiple pie charts, just have a percent scale and line that shows the percent change over time. The ability to free form visualizations without coding, I know it is a tall order. There is so much right about Qlik Sense that it is hard to ask for improvements. View full review »
Tomislav Lepcin
BI Project manager at Fixit Gruppe
As we are a very process-oriented company, we would like to see more extensions maintained from Qlik, because it's a huge budget problem to choose the right one. Also, a small set of Qlikview features would be appreciated (such as a simple PDF report directly from Qlik Sense...) View full review »
Srikanth Penumutchu
I would like to see real-time data feed into the dashboard, or report, without any limitations. The new version upgrades should not contain bugs in the basic, required features. Advanced graphs or visualizations must be in the built-in product, instead of building with open API extensions or mashups. View full review »
User at a university with 10,001+ employees
This solution would be improved by adding some Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL) components that are easier to interpret and design. Maybe adding a module where we can drag and drop various models, test them in a sandbox, and test the outputs before putting them into production would be helpful. View full review »
Ayodele Makun
Pre-Sales Technical Consultant at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
None at the moment. Qlik Sense for me combines the power of QlikView and the ease of use of Tableau. View full review »
Jay Pandya
Operations and Delivery Leader at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
I would like for it to be more of a plug and play with all of the tools and sources. It would make it much easier to use. It should take less time to margin my reports and they should have reusability of existing data to make it easier for coding. View full review »
Erin Mis
Application Support at a retailer with 1,001-5,000 employees
Possibly offering some more basic, simpler templates. We have some users who have some technical proficiency but others who may just want to create a simple graph or pie chart from the data they have been given. It would be nice to be able to break down the templates by user type: beginner, intermediate, or advanced. Therefore, the administrator can allow the end-user some flexibility based on their technical knowledge. This should allow the user to have more control over how they would like to see the data they need and be able to understand it easily. View full review »
Brandon Droy
Financial Analyst at a healthcare company
There are still some functionalities that have not carried over from QlikView, but it is getting close. From where it was a few years ago to today is a dramatic improvement. Better searching capabilities would be a nice addition. View full review »
IT specialist at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
* Branding is not the product's strongest point. More control over the presentation colors would be great. * A basic printing function would also be good. * Easy connection to external tools like R Server would be nice. View full review »
Michael Benassi
Supervisor of Business Intelligence at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
Dates. My goodness, working with dates in set analysis can be a nightmare! Much room for improvement. View full review »
Joe Easley
Strategy & Solutions Manager at a logistics company with 501-1,000 employees
It needs continued improvement on its visualizations and content customization. I would also like to more easily themed environments. View full review »
Gustavo Alba Garcia
User with 11-50 employees
Currently, we are not very happy with the iPad or iPhone app because it is not working as we want. It is not very friendly and we very often have login errors. GeoAnalytics is getting better in each version, but from my point of view, GeoAnalytics has a lot of points to improve. View full review »
The product could be improved by implementing a user-feedback ranking system. This would inspire the new development to be prioritized by the community so that the most requested features would come first. Power BI (Microsoft) currently uses this solution. View full review »
Mike Grattan
Business Intelligence Director at a manufacturing company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The product is constantly being improved upon. I would like to see more native features from QlikView integrated into Qlik Sense. View full review »
Prasad Mundewadi
Senior BI Systems Analyst at a tech vendor with 5,001-10,000 employees
* More visualizations * Automated report delivery * Cross app data sharing * Easy app sharing options with specific users. View full review »
Noman Arshad
Director Business Intelligence at a financial services firm with 201-500 employees
Integrated maps should become part of the Qlik Sense, as opposed to buying an additional module just to power the BI, which has it built-in natively within the application. View full review »
Mitchell Speer
Business Intelligence Analyst at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Ultra-customization: It needs no limits on which charts can have x amount of dimensions, y amount of measures, z amount of color expressions, etc. Sometimes, it is frustrating when I want to add a field to an existing chart, only to find that it cannot be added and it requires a new chart type. View full review »
User at a tech vendor
I would like to have support for table formats without having to use an extension. View full review »
Tiffany Andrisani
Data Analyst at a wholesaler/distributor with 51-200 employees
I wish the product had the ability for slightly more customization. The out-of-the box charts and visualizations are fantastic, but I want to be able to tweak it without having to add outside extensions and widgets. View full review »
User at a financial services firm with 501-1,000 employees
I am not really a fan of the set analysis. It's its own language that doesn't quite make a whole lot of sense to me at this point. I wish it were more intuitive. View full review »
Ben Roux
Better visualization options on charts such as pivot tables, and better control over total lines in the pivot and straight tables without the need to download extensions to accomplish this task. View full review »
Assistant Manager at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
* Bookmarking * Data load screen * More real-time analysis, like Power BI * Easier ways to push data into product for viewing second-by-second data. View full review »
Narayanaraju Pericherla
IT Application Development Manager at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Data modelling automation needs improvement. There are some tools like Alteryx, which are used for data preparation. These features can be built into Qlik to make the process smoother. View full review »
I believe that the area in which the product could be improved is the part related to programming and its language, which is certainly complex and still not very guided. View full review »
Mohamed Abd El Rhman
Technical Support with 51-200 employees
* Real online analytics (OLAP) * Better implementation of map charts * Incremental data load solution for better time saving. View full review »
David Tate, PMP
Project Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
I would like to see more types of visual elements and better configuration options for additional flexibility when developing charts. View full review »
Manager at a financial services firm
* The management console appearance needs improvement to its look. * The navigation is quite clunky and outdated. View full review »
Jonathan Flores
There is room for improvement in the learning curve when getting started, but training resources have been growing. View full review »
Taj Mohamed
Senior Software Engineer at a tech services company
Qlik Sense should have a conversion tool which automatically converts QlikView to Qlik Sense, so customers can easily migrate between the products of Qlik. View full review »
Claire Worledge
Managing Director with 1-10 employees
A valuable improvement for this solution would be the enabling of us to host dashboards for our customers. View full review »
The next version should include more standard integrations. View full review »
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