QlikView Room for Improvement
The user interface of QlikView is old. The provider built a new tool called Qlik Sense. So Qlik Sense is basically the offspring of QlikView. Somehow both are still supported and they've developed new versions for both of these tools but Qlik Sense is basically the restyled version of QlikView. There's a lot of discussion about some features which are difficult to use including the user interface, all look and feel aspects, but I think that will be in the new version. What they could provide is a migration path to Qlik Sense. It's very difficult to do that automatically because it always requires you to check and change some new port. I haven't researched it but I believe that's the case.
Commercial Business Analyst at Asilia Africa
QlikView lacks the development aspects that its sister product QlikSense has got. It would be nice to also get the new graphs that are available in QlikSense in QlikView.
It would be nice if QlikView could be plugged in into the company's website or an online portal such as QlikSense is capable of. There are ways around but it takes enormous time to develop.
Certain features such as a cumulative result, as is possible in QlikSense, would be nice to have since it takes quite some time to get this right from a developer's point of view.View full review »
Manager - Revenue & Growth|Strategy & Planning | Market Intelligencee at a media company with 10,001+ employees
We find Tableau to be a bit of a better solution. QlikView should try to be more like that.
The solution is quite costly.View full review »
Qlik Consultant at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
The performance can be improved.
There is no automation or drag and drop functionality.View full review »