TechValidate Research on Qlik

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Qlik Data Integration Case Study

New York University

Introduction

This case study of New York University is based on a November 2019 survey of Qlik Data Integration customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s Data Integration Platform enables a DataOps approach that vastly accelerates the discovery and availability of real-time, analytics-ready data by automating data streaming, refinement, cataloging and publishing.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled organization to evaluate and ultimately select Qlik Data Integration:

  • The challenges Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) has helped their organization overcome:
    • The manual, error-prone and time-consuming process of having to provide data from across
    • The time-consuming process of integrating a data system after merger or acquisition

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Qlik Data Integration that the surveyed organization uses:

  • Primarily uses Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) to provide data ingestion to data warehouses and/or data lakes.
  • Main reasons their organization invested in Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):
    • Their reputation as the leading Change Data Capture (CDC) vendor
    • The ease of use and no requirement for hand-coding
    • Automating the entire data pipeline from end-to-end

Results

The surveyed organization achieved the following results with Qlik Data Integration:

  • How Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) has impacted their job role on a personal level:
    • Has become more valuable to their organization
  • Positive impacts they have seen from using Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):
    • Faster rollout of data integration projects
    • Improved real-time data availability for analytics projects
    • Accelerated adoption of cloud-based data lakes and warehouses

Qlik Data Integration Case Study

Jaguar Landrover

Introduction

This case study of Jaguar Landrover is based on a November 2019 survey of Qlik Data Integration customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s Data Integration Platform enables a DataOps approach that vastly accelerates the discovery and availability of real-time, analytics-ready data by automating data streaming, refinement, cataloging and publishing.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Qlik Data Integration:

  • The challenges Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) has helped their organization overcome:
    • The manual, error-prone and time-consuming process of having to provide data from across
    • The demand from business users for up-to-the-minute data from across the enterprise for analytics projects and strategic decision making
    • The need to provide their business users with data from mainframe and/or SAP and/or legacy sources

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Qlik Data Integration that the surveyed company uses:

  • Primarily uses Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) to accelerate real-time data integration pipelines across the enterprise.
  • Main reasons their organization invested in Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):
    • Their reputation as the leading Change Data Capture (CDC) vendor
    • The ease of use and no requirement for hand-coding
    • Support of all the data sources and targets required

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Qlik Data Integration:

  • How Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) has impacted their job role on a personal level:
    • Has become more valuable to their organization
  • Positive impacts they have seen from using Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):
    • Faster rollout of data integration projects
    • Facilitated transformation to streaming data architecture

Qlik Data Integration Case Study

Brady Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Brady Corporation is based on a November 2019 survey of Qlik Data Integration customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s Data Integration Platform enables a DataOps approach that vastly accelerates the discovery and availability of real-time, analytics-ready data by automating data streaming, refinement, cataloging and publishing.”

Challenges

The business challenges that led the profiled company to evaluate and ultimately select Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):

  • The challenges Attunity has helped their organization overcome:
    • The need to provide their business users with data from mainframe and/or SAP and/or legacy sources

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Qlik Data Integration (Attunity) that the surveyed company uses:

  • Primarily uses QDI to provide data ingestion to data warehouses and/or data lakes.
  • Main reasons their organization invested in Qlik Data Integration (Attunity):
    • Support of all the data sources and targets required

Results

The surveyed company achieved the following results with Qlik Data Integration:

  • How QDI has impacted their job role on a personal level:
    • Uses QDI every day to reliably deliver data to their business users
  • Positive impacts they have seen from using Qlik Data Integration:
    • Improved real-time data availability for analytics projects
    • Increased data lake or data warehouse ROI
    • Accelerated adoption of cloud-based data lakes and warehouses

Qlik for Embedded Analytics Case Study

Plain Green LLC

Introduction

This case study of Plain Green LLC is based on a June 2018 survey of Qlik for Embedded Analytics customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“The Qlik platform supports a broad spectrum of embedded analytics requirements and provides an agile foundation on which organizations can build, extend, embed analytics and further customize through our rich set of APIs. Qlik aligns well with agile development and rapid deployment resulting in faster time to market.”

Challenges

Before embedding Qlik analytics, Plain Green LLC suffered from a lack of broad acceptance and usage of analytics across the organization.

Use Case

PLain Green LLC is currently using Qlik for CRM and ERP analysis. In the future, they’re planning to use it for eCommerce analysis, too.

They have embedded Qlik analytics within internal business applications through iFrames, with a focus on delivering self-service analytics to the business. This is a C-level driven project.

Results

Plain Green LLC reports that by embedding Qlik analytics, they’ve been able to move from daily/weekly/monthly reports to daily or intra-daily dashboard insights.

Qlik Case Study

CSL Behring

Introduction

This case study of CSL Behring is based on a November 2016 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Great visualization tool.”

Challenges

The business challenge that led CSL Behring company to evaluate and ultimately select Qlik:

  • Uses a system integrator or business consultant hardly ever (not in the last 12 months) to help deliver analytics services at their company.

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Qlik that CSL Behring uses:

  • Has been a Qlik customer for 1 to 2 years.
  • Using Qlik for visual analytics in the following ways:
    • Data-driven innovation and market leadership
    • Internal operational performance review and process change
  • Characterizes the scope of their Qlik usage:
    • Visual analytics for self-service & end-user centric solutions
    • Embedded analytics for customized solutions & mashups
    • Operational reporting

Results

CSL Behring achieved the following results with Qlik:

  • System integrators / business consultant partners helped choose and deploy Qlik using the following:
    • Configuration and implementation
  • Systems integrator or business consultant helps with the following with respect to their Qlik deployment:
    • Internal support – no external at this time
  • Agrees with the following statements about Qlik:
    • Qlik helps them analyze and manage their data more effectively: agree
    • Qlik is easy to use: agree
    • Qlik has the right resources to help them when they need it: strongly agree
    • Qlik is a key technology in their day to day role: strongly agree

Qlik Case Study

Cigna Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Cigna Corporation is based on a November 2016 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Ease of implementation and functionality are fantastic.”

“We have been able to pull data across multiple international platforms to create a more holistic view of our operations and are planning on trying to integrate another data source.”

Challenges

The business challenge that led Cigna Corporation to evaluate and ultimately select Qlik:

  • Uses a system integrator or business consultant rarely (less than 10 projects per year) to help deliver analytics services at their company.

Use Case

The key features and functionalities of Qlik that Cigna Corporation uses:

  • Has been a Qlik customer for 3 to 5 years.
  • Using Qlik for visual analytics in the following way:
    • Easiest solution to unite multiple country data sources into one reporting environment
  • Characterizes the scope of their Qlik usage:
    • Rapid data discovery across big data & multiple data sources

Results

Cigna Corporation achieved the following results with Qlik:

  • System integrators / business consultant partners helped choose and deploy Qlik using the following:
    • Configuration and implementation
    • Application / solution development
  • Systems integrator or business consultant helps with the following with respect to their Qlik deployment:
    • Custom application / solution development services
  • Agrees with the following statements about Qlik:
    • Qlik helps them analyze and manage their data more effectively: strongly agree
    • Qlik was easy to install: agree
    • Qlik has the right resources to help them when they need it: agree
    • Qlik is a key technology in their day to day role: strongly agree

Case Study: Mercedes Benz India

Introduction

This case study of Mercedes Benz India is based on a February 2016 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps use see the whole story within our data so we can make better, more informed business decisions.”

“Qlik is being used extensively in Plant, Sales, and After Sales. Has reduced a lot of processing time for the business to be able to report faster, more accurately, and from multiple platforms.”

Challenges

  • Needed to associate large volumes of data from multiple sources
  • Needed a solution that was easy to use and enables quick drill down to underlying data
  • Needed to create intuitive and smart data visualizations
  • Evaluated the following BI vendors before selecting Qlik:
    • Oracle
    • SAP

Use Case

  • Area of the organization where Qlik is predominantly deployed:
    • Across multiple departments in the enterprise

Results

  • Overcame the following challenges with Qlik:
    • Connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in the data
    • Accessing cross-departmental data and no longer restricted by data silos
    • Supporting all the company’s data analysis needs
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen since using Qlik:
    • Accelerated and improved confident decision-making
    • Found new ways to approach business issues
    • Improved cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Capgemini

Introduction

This case study of Capgemini is based on a February 2016 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

“Using Qlik, we’ve experienced better efficiency and flexibility as well as an improved turn around time for the business users.”

Challenges

  • Purchased Qlik for the following reasons:
    • It lets them associate large volumes of data from multiple sources
    • It is easy to use and lets me quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • They can create intuitive and smart data visualizations with Qlik
  • Evaluated the following BI vendors before selecting Qlik:
    • IBM
    • Tableau

Use Case

  • Areas of the organization where Qlik is predominantly deployed:
    • In a line of business
    • In multiple departments

Results

  • Overcame the following challenges with Qlik:
    • Accessing cross-departmental data and feeling restricted by data silos
    • Seeing and making sense of all their data
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen since using Qlik:
    • Accelerated and improved confident decision-making
    • Reduced risk
    • Improved cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved their decision-making agility by 50% – 74% with Qlik.
  • Level of agreement with the following statements about Qlik:
    • Qlik is the best platform: agree
    • Qlik is easy and intuitive: agree
    • They can act on all their data with Qlik: neither agree nor disagree
    • They are satisfied with Qlik: agree
    • They can answer any question: neither agree nor disagree

Case Study: Fox Entertainment Group

Introduction

This case study of Fox Entertainment Group is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has made our data more accurate and accessible more quickly.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Fox Entertainment struggled to connect multiple and disparate data sources, leaving them unable to see the whole story in their data. Their data was unreliable and difficult to access due to departmental silos and insufficiently broad security privileges. In essence, they lacked a way to easily analyze data.

There were several reasons they picked Qlik:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • Its robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it

Before choosing Qlik, Fox Entertainment also considered BI solutions from Oracle and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed in multiple departments.

Results

One Fox Entertainment employee says Qlik has enabled him to respond to data requests in seconds as opposed to hour or days which has made him more valuable to the organization.

The organization has seen several benefits from using Qlik, including faster and more confident decision-making, and more cross-departmental use of data. They have also seen that employees who use Qlik are finding new ways to approach business issues.

Fox Entertainment estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Mission Health System

Introduction

This case study of Mission Health System is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We have reduced mortality rate for septic patients in our hospital by three PP.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Mission Health System had too much data and no way of making sense of it. They struggled to connect multiple and disparate data sources, leaving them unable to see the whole story in their data.

The main reasons they picked Qlik were the ability to associate data from multiple sources, and its performance and scalability to large data sets.

Before choosing Qlik, Mission Health System also considered BI solutions from Birst, Domo, Tableau, and TIBCO Spotfire.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise.

Results

One Mission Health System employee says he can’t do his job without Qlik. He uses his apps every day to make better decision, making him more valuable to the organization.

Mission Health System have seen several benefits from their use of Qlik, including faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, reduced risk, and more cross-departmental use of data. They have also seen that employees who use Qlik are finding new ways to approach business issues.

All in all, Mission Health System estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 50% – 74% with Qlik.

Case Study: Kansas State University Foundation

Introduction

This case study of Kansas State University Foundation is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has drastically improved the trust we have in data related to campaign reporting. Our campaigns used to rely on hand-coded SQL reports, generating inconsistent numbers and varying degrees of trust. Qlik has improved campaign reporting transparency by enabling simple drill-down to the details. This has improved overall trust and made our discussions more about engaging donors and improving campaign results rather than improving our data quality.”

Challenges

Kansas State University Foundation used to have difficulty connecting multiple and disparate data sources, leaving them unable to see the whole story in their data. Their existing BI solution simply couldn’t support their data analysis needs.

The main reasons why they picked Qlik were the ease of use that lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data, the ability to create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data, and the ability to associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data.

Before choosing Qlik, Kansas State University Foundation also considered BI solutions from Microsoft and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the organization.

Results

Kansas State University Foundation’s employees say the use of Qlik has made them more valuable to the foundation.

They have seen several benefits including faster and more confident decision-making, more cross-departmental use of data, and overall cost reduction.

Kansas State University Foundation also estimates that they have been able to improve their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Cooper Farms, Inc.

Introduction

This case study of Cooper Farms, Inc. is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We are still early in our process of fully implementing the power of Qlik across our company, however, I think it has proven to be useful for being able to attain net new insights into multiple aspects of our business. It does this both with its ability to bring together disparate and sometimes loosely structured data sources, as well as its ability to build interactive visualizations that let us explore the data. It’s also useful as a platform for taking known insights and making them more visible across the enterprise, such as with production floor dashboards. We have also used it as a tool to improve administrative efficiency as many reports were created manually in Excel to combine and aggregate data to get it in a format business stakeholders need.”

Challenges

Cooper Farms used to lack a way to easily analyze data. Their old BI tool was simply unable to support their data analysis needs.

  • Data-related impediments for making important decisions before implementing Qlik.

The main reasons why they picked Qlik were because it’s easy to use; it lets them associate data from multiple sources and quickly drill down to the underlying data. Users can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data, and Qlik’s robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise.

Results

One Cooper Farms employee say they “can’t do their job without Qlik” and using it has made them more valuable to the organization.

Cooper Farms have seen several benefits from using Qlik, including cost reduction, improved financial performance, and more cross-departmental use of data. Additionally, they see that employees are finding new ways to approach business issues.

They also estimate that they have improved their decision-making agility by 10% – 24% with Qlik.

Case Study: BB&T Corporation

Introduction

This case study of BB&T Corporation is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has reduced overhead by allowing Line of Business to self -service.”

Challenges

BB&T struggled to use their existing BI solution to support their data analysis needs.

The main reasons they picked Qlik were because it lets them associate data from multiple sources, it’s easy to use, and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data. Users can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data, and Qlik’s robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it.

Before choosing Qlik, they also considered BI solutions from MicroStrategy and Tableau.

Use Case

BB&T has deployed Qlik in a line of business across multiple departments.

Results

One BB&T employee say they can’t do their job without Qlik: “It provides me the ability to provide self-service BI to LoB.”

By implementing Qlik, BB&T has experienced faster and more confident decision-making, more cross-departmental use of data, and employees are finding new ways to approach business issues.

They also estimate that they have improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Ecolab, Inc.

Introduction

This case study of Ecolab Inc. is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Almost 90% of our sales reports are currently made using Qlik charts and dashboards.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Ecolab had difficulty connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data. Their existing BI solutions was difficult to use and didn’t support their data analysis needs.

Ecolab also considered solutions from MicroStrategy and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise.

Results

One Ecolab employee state that he simply can’t do his job without Qlik.

The main benefits Ecolab has seen from using Qlik includes faster and more confident decision-making, more cross-departmental use of data, and employees finding new ways to approach business issues.

Case Study: Hologic

Introduction

This case study of Hologic is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We now have visibility into data that’s touched by multiple departments, which helps us make better and faster decisions.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Hologic had several data-related challenges:

  • Difficulty connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
  • Departmental silos and insufficiently broad security privileges which made it difficult to access data
  • Too much data and no way of making sense of it
  • The existing BI solution was difficult to use and didn’t support their data analysis needs

Hologic picked Qlik because it it lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data. They find the product easy to use and it lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data. Qlik’s robust governance capabilities enables them to determine who can access what and what they can do with it and users can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data.

Before choosing Qlik, Hologic also considered Salesforce Wave and BI solutions from IBM and Oracle.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise, in multiple departments and regions.

Results

Hologic employees say they use their apps everyday to make better decisions. By using Qlik to hone their skills, they say they have become more valuable to the organization.

Qlik has had a huge impact on Hologic’s business. They’ve seen faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, more cross-departmental use of data, and employees are finding new ways to approach business issues.

Hologic estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Symantec Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Symantec Corporation is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“We are still early in our use (3 months) but it has increased our use of data-driven decision making and generating new visibility into our processes. This is also leading to other process improvements and maturing that will lead to definite savings and increased ROI.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Symantec had difficulty connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data. Their data was of poor quality, inaccurate, and sometimes unreliable and departmental silos and insufficiently broad security privileges made it difficult to access. Additionally, their existing BI solution was unable to support their data analysis needs.

There are several reasons why Symantec chose Qlik:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • Its responsive design adapts to any device and how they use it to explore data

Before deciding on Qlik, Symantec also considered solutions from Domo and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed in multiple departments.

Results

Symantec employees say they use their apps every day to make better decisions. Using Qlik, they have honed their skills and become more valuable to the company.

When evaluating Qlik, Syamntec rated Qlik’s product attributes as follows:

  • Associative model: extremely important
  • Smart visualizations: very important
  • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Mobility: very important

Symantec estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik. They’ve also seen faster and more confident decision-making and more cross-departmental use of data. Using Qlik, employees are finding new ways to approach business issues.

Case Study: Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.

Introduction

This case study of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Simply put, I’d recommend Qlik because of data quality. Real time monitoring and visibility to data has increased accuracy of all data processes. Increased accuracy allows for better decision making. Breaking down the data silos and combining various data sets brings new found abilities to our executive decision makers.”

Challenges

Toshiba America suffered a lot of data-related challenges before implementing Qlik.

They had difficulty connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data. Their data was of poor quality, inaccurate, and sometimes unreliable and it was difficult to access data due to departmental silos and insufficiently broad security privileges. Their existing BI solution was also difficult to use in order to support data analysis needs.

The main reasons Toshiba America picked Qlik were:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • Its robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it

Before choosing Qlik, Toshiba America also considered BI tools from Birst, Domo, Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce Wave, and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed in multiple departments.

Results

Toshiba America employee say they can’t do their job without Qlik. They use their apps everyday to make better decisions and hone their skills, which has made them more valuable to the company.

They rate the importance of Qlik’s product features as follows:

  • Associative model: extremely important
  • Smart visualizations: extremely important
  • Governance capability: extremely important
  • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Mobility: very important

The main benefits Toshiba America has seen from implementing Qlik include faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, improved financial performance, reduced risk, and more cross-departmental use of data. They’ve also seen that Qlik enables employees to find new ways to approach business issues.

Toshiba America estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 50% – 74% with Qlik.

Case Study: University of Virginia

Introduction

This case study of University of Virginia is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, University of Virginia had difficulties connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data. They lacked a way to easily analyze data and found it difficult to use their existing BI solution to support data analysis needs.

The main reasons University of Virginia picked Qlik were:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data

Before choosing Qlik, they also considered BI tools from MicroStrategy and Oracle.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed in multiple departments.

Results

One University of Virginia employee say that Qlik has made them more valuable to the organization and rate the importance of Qlik’s product qualities as follows:

  • Associative model: extremely important
  • Smart visualizations: extremely important
  • Governance capability: very important
  • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Mobility: very important

The main benefits they have seen from implementing Qlik include faster and more confident decision-making, more cross-departmental use of data, and employees finding new ways to approach business issues.

University of Virginia estimates that they have Improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Introduction

This case study of Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta had too much data and no way of making sense of it. They found it difficult to use their existing BI solutions to support their analysis needs.

The main reasons CHOA picked Qlik were because it lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data, and they can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the hospital.

Results

An IT professional at CHOA say they can’t do their job without Qlik. They use their apps every day to make better decisions and hone their skills which have made them more valuable to the hospital.

CHOA rates the importance of Qlik’s product qualities as follows:

  • Associative model: extremely important
  • Smart visualizations: extremely important
  • Governance capability: extremely important
  • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Mobility: extremely important

The main benefits CHOA has seen from using Qlik include faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, improved financial performance. They also see employees finding new ways to approach business issues.

CHOA estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service

Introduction

This case study of Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has allowed us to consistently report our KPIs. Before implementing Qlik, this would require weeks worth of work for different members of the staff which would generate inconsistent results.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service had difficulties connecting multiple and disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data. They had too much data and lacked a way to make sense of it.

They picked Qlik for the following reasons:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • Its responsive design adapts to any device and how they use it to explore data
  • Its robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it

Before choosing Qlik, Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service also considered BI tools from SAP.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across multiple departments.

Results

Employees say that using Qlik has made them more important to the organization.

They rate the importance of Qlik’s product qualities as follows:

  • Associative model: extremely important
  • Smart visualizations: important
  • Governance capability: important
  • Speed and ease of use: extremely important

The main benefits from using Qlik include faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, improved financial performance, reduced risk, and more cross-departmental use of data. They’ve also seen that Qlik enables employees to find new ways to approach business issues.

Vancouver Fire & Rescue Service estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: American Apparel, Inc.

Introduction

This case study of American Apparel, Inc. is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, American Apparel lacked a way to easily analyze data.

The main reason they picked Qlik was because it lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data.

Before choosing Qlik, they also considered BI tools from SAP.

Use Case

American Apparel has deployed Qlik across the enterprise.

Results

American Apparel employees say they have become more valuable to the organization by using Qlik.

The main benefits and positive impact they’ve seen include faster and more confident decision-making and more cross-departmental use of data.

American Apparel estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: HCA Healthcare, Inc.

Introduction

This case study of HCA Healthcare, Inc. is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, HCA Healthcare had too much data and no way of making sense of it. They had difficulty using the existing BI solutions to support their data analysis needs and lacked a way to easily analyze data.

The main reasons HCA Healthcare picked Qlik were because it lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data, it’s easy to use, they can create intuitive and smart visualizations, and it lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data.

Before choosing Qlik, they also considered BI tools from Microsoft, MicroStrategy, and Tableau.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed in multiple departments, multiple regions, and across the enterprise.

Results

HCA Healthcare use their apps everyday to make better decisions. It has helped employees hone their skills to become more valuable to the organization.

The main benefits they’ve seen from implementing Qlik include faster and more confident decision-making, cost reduction, improved financial performance, reduced risk, and employees finding new ways to approach business issues.

HCA Healthcare estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: Eaton Corporation

Introduction

This case study of Eaton Corporation is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has predominantly had an impact on our KPIs. Our ability to quickly assess data health quality issues has allowed us to update / enrich data in our ERPs.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Eaton struggled to connect multiple and disparate data sources, leaving them unable to see the whole story in their data. They simply had too much data and no easy way of making sense of it.

Eaton picked Qlik because it lets them associate data from multiple sources, it’s easy to use, and it lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise.

Results

One Eaton employee says that he uses his Qlik apps every day to make better decisions, which in turn has made him more valuable to the organization.

They’ve seen several benefits from using Qlik, including faster and more confident decision-making, reduced cost, and more cross-departmental use of data. They’ve also seen that employees who use Qlik are finding new ways to approach business issues.

Eaton estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by 10% – 24% with Qlik.

Case Study: Rockford Health System

Introduction

This case study of Rockford Health System is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik helped us improved patient outcomes in orthopedic surgeries by being able to easily compare the practices and outcomes across several surgeons. This has allowed us to implement new guidelines, which had the direct effect of reducing our costs, improving the patient experience, and improving our orthopedic program overall.”

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the decision to implement Qlik.
    • Had difficulty connecting multiple & disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
    • Had challenges accessing data due to departmental silos or insufficiently broad security privileges
    • Had too much data and no way of making sense of it
    • Had difficulty using the existing BI solutions to support their data analysis needs
    • Lacked a way to easily analyze data
  • Main reasons Rockford Health System picked Qlik:
    • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
    • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
    • Its responsive design adapts to any device and how they use it to explore data
    • Its robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it

Use Case

Qlik is predominantly deployed:

  • In a line of business
  • In multiple departments

Results

  • Effect Qlik is having on your job or role:
    • I can’t do my job without it
    • I became more valuable to the organization
    • It helped me hone my skills
  • Importance of the following qualities in the organization’s decision to implement Qlik:
    • Associative model: extremely important
    • Smart visualizations: very important
    • Governance capability: very important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
    • Mobility: important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Cost reduction
    • Improved financial performance
    • Reduced risk
    • Employees finding new ways to approach business issues
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved their decision-making agility by 50% – 74%.

Case Study: Bridgestone Hose Power

Introduction

This case study of Bridgestone HosePower is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Before Qlik, our financial reporting process took eight hours to complete just one iteration. Today, it takes less than fifteen minutes.”

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the decision to implement Qlik:
    • Had difficulty connecting mutiple & disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
    • Had poor quality, inaccurate, and unreliable data
  • Main reasons Bridgestone HosePower picked Qlik:
    • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
    • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the organization.

Results

  • Effect Qlik is having on your job or role:
    • I use my apps everyday to make better decisions
    • I became more valuable to the organization
  • Rate the importance of the following qualities in your organization’s decision to implement Qlik:
    • Associative model: very important
    • Smart visualizations: extremely important
    • Governance capability: very important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
    • Mobility: extremely important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Employees finding new ways to approach business issues
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved our decision-making agility by 50% – 74%

Case Study: Victaulic Company

Introduction

This case study of Victaulic Company is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has improved our inventory management. It has also reduced non-value added work.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the decision to implement Qlik.
    • Had difficulty connecting multiple & disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
    • Had poor quality, inaccurate, and unreliable data
    • Had challenges accessing data due to departmental silos or insufficiently broad security privileges
    • Had difficulty using the existing BI solutions to support their data analysis needs
    • Lacked a way to easily analyze data
  • Main reasons Victaulic Company picked Qlik:
    • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
    • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the organization.

Results

  • Rate the importance of the following qualities in the decision to implement Qlik:
    • Associative model: very important
    • Smart visualizations: extremely important
    • Governance capability: important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
    • Mobility: very important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Cost reduction
    • Reduced risk
    • Employees finding new ways to approach business issues
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Capio Partners LLC

Introduction

This case study of CAPIO PARTNERS LLC is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Multiple departments were able to reduce the time it takes to retrieve data by scheduling QlikView processes and delivering them with QlikView NPrinting.”

Challenges

Before implementing Qlik, Capio Partners lacked a way to easily analyze data. They had difficult connecting multiple and disparate data sources. Simply put, their old BI solution was unable to support their analysis needs.

There were several reasons why Capio Partners picked Qlik:

  • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
  • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
  • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data

Before choosing Qlik, Capio Partners also considered BI solutions from Birst, Tableau, and JasperReports.

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the enterprise.

Results

Capio Partners saw several positive impacts from using Qlik including faster and more confident decision-making, reduced risk, and more cross-departmental use of data. They’ve also seen that employees who use Qlik find new ways to approach business issues.

Capio Partners estimates that they have improved their decision-making agility by > 75% with Qlik.

Case Study: Virtua Health

Introduction

This case study of Virtua Health is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Qlik has caught on here like wildfire. It gives us access to data we never had access to before.”

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the decision to implement Qlik:
    • Had difficulty connecting mutiple & disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
    • Had too much data and no way of making sense of it
    • Had difficulty using the existing BI solutions to support their data analysis needs
  • Main reasons Virtua Health picked Qlik:
    • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
    • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • Its robust governance capabilities let them determine who can access what and what they can do with it
  • BI vendors considered:
    • Microsoft
    • SAP

Use Case

  • Areas of your organization where Qlik is predominantly deployed:
    • In multiple departments
    • Across the enterprise

Results

  • Effect Qlik is having on your job or role:
    • Use their apps everyday to make better decisions
    • Became more valuable to the organization
  • Rates the importance of the following qualities in their decision to implement Qlik:
    • Associative model: extremely important
    • Smart visualizations: very important
    • Governance capability: important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Cost reduction
    • Reduced risk
    • Employees finding new ways to approach business issues
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.

Case Study: Educational Institution

Introduction

This case study of an educational institution is based on an October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service. The profiled company asked to have their name blinded to protect their confidentiality.

“We created a fund balance of over $300M in three years. ERG published results for 2014-15 and stated that our institution is the story of the decade. Others call it a ‘miracle.’”

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the decision to implement Qlik:
    • Had difficulty connecting multiple & disparate data sources to see the whole story in their data
    • Had poor quality, inaccurate, and unreliable data
    • Had challenges accessing data due to departmental silos or insufficiently broad security privileges
  • Main reasons this educational institution picked Qlik:
    • It lets them associate data from multiple sources so they can see the whole story within their data
    • It’s easy to use and lets them quickly drill down to the underlying data
    • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • Other BI vendor considered:
    • Oracle

Use Case

Qlik is deployed across the organization.

Results

  • Effect Qlik is having on your job or role:
    • Can’t do my job without it
  • Rate the importance of the following qualities in your decision to implement Qlik:
    • Associative model: extremely important
    • Smart visualizations: extremely important
    • Governance capability: very important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
    • Mobility: important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Cost reduction
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Qlik improved our decision-making agility by > 75%.

Case Study: Munich Reinsurance Company

Introduction

This case study of Munich Reinsurance Company is based on a October 2015 survey of Qlik customers by TechValidate, a 3rd-party research service.

“Users love their Qlik apps.”

“Qlik’s associative model helps me see the whole story within my data so I can make better, more informed business decisions.”

Challenges

  • Data-related impediments that led to the implementation of Qlik.
    • Had difficulty using the existing BI solution to support data analysis needs
    • Lacked a way to easily analyze data
  • Main reason Munich Reinsurance Company picked Qlik:
    • They can create intuitive and smart visualizations to represent their data
  • BI vendors considered:
    • IBM
    • Hana

Use Case

  • Areas of the organization where Qlik is predominantly deployed:
    • In multiple regions

Results

  • Effect Qlik is having on your job or role:
    • Use my apps everyday to make better decisions
    • I became more valuable to the organization
  • Rate the importance of the following qualities for choosing Qlik:
    • Associative model: extremely important
    • Smart visualizations: extremely important
    • Governance capability: important
    • Speed and ease of use: extremely important
  • Benefits / positive impacts seen from using Qlik:
    • Faster and more confident decision-making
    • Employees finding new ways to approach business issues
    • More cross-departmental use of data
  • Improved their decision-making agility by 25% – 49% with Qlik.



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