QlikView’s patented, in-memory technology rapidly combines data from any source. Using Greentree, SAP, Salesforce or other enterprise applications? Got data in Excel, XML, or CSV formats? Have data stored in Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, or MySQL? Using a data warehouse? No problem. QlikView’s got you covered.
QlikView is designed to protect your critical data and analysis assets. QlikView supports security standards specifically designed to safeguard billions of records and tens of thousands of users. QlikView’s advanced, easy-to-administer security console enables you to control which users see which analyses, data, metrics, and results. You can also enforce group, role-based, and individua
Here’s the fun part. In just seconds, take your data and see it any way you want. Put it in charts, tables, graphs — every kind imaginable. Make them 2-D or 3-D. Zoom in. Zoom out. Click anywhere for more detail. Remix and reassemble data in new views and create new visualizations for deeper understanding. With QlikView, you’ll see your data in a whole new light
In-memory is important for performance, but it takes a lot more to deliver a Business Discovery platform. Traditional BI based on queries and cubes may run in memory for faster response time, but they still require IT to manually maintain the data associations users depend on.
QlikView’s associative search is what’s next. It provides a familiar search experience to deliver fast business answers. Go ahead and enter your search terms. Similar to Google’s Instant Search, QlikView’s associative search provides instant results as you type. Its intuitive interface highlights important relationships in your data. QlikView extends associative search into every list box across every dashboard, enabling users to search indirectly and quickly find detailed answers to critical questions.
QlikView was built to grow in tandem with your business needs. In fact, QlikView scales to meet the requirements of the largest global enterprises, including Campbell’s Soup, Canon, Fila, Gatorade, Panasonic, and Toyota. QlikView supports tens of thousands of connected users or billions of records. It does this through an optimized architecture with perfect linear scalability that leverages even the most advanced 64-bit Intel multi-core architectures. It also includes support for the latest in virtualization and cloud deployment models, as well as resilience with built-in failover options.