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Active Intelligence is the way to action – QlikWorld 2020 Summary
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Active Intelligence is the way to action – QlikWorld 2020 Summary

Today, QlikWorld kicked off and Qlik announced their strategy going forward, sharing their holistic approach including QDI, QDA and data literacy.

>> Get the highlights from the initial 120-minute session!
The future pitch from Qlik World 2020 Partner Summit
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The future pitch from Qlik World 2020 Partner Summit

In these uncertain times, speeding up the decision-making process is crucial. During Qlik Virtual Partner Summit they used this momentum to highlight importance of accelerating the time from data to actionable insights.

>> Get our three main takeaways!
Maximise BI value and increase data literacy with the Qlik Usage Monitoring Application
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Maximise BI value and increase data literacy with the Qlik Usage Monitoring Application

Only 51 % use their Qlik solution on a daily basis, even though 63 % believe that it’s a business critical solution. Providing data is obviously not enough to get your employees on board, and no guarantee that people will actually use BI.  So, how do you increase employee engagement?

>> Data literacy is key
Data visualization: choose the right visualization with the help of Qlik
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Data visualization: choose the right visualization with the help of Qlik

Companies collect a lot of data. Just think of all the information you gather through your website, customer data, geo data, sales data, and so on. In this world of “data madness” we all want to gain important insights in no time. More and more companies are therefore using data visualization in business intelligence tools such as Qlik.

>> How do you choose the optimal visualization to answer your question?
Missing data? Survive Survivorship Bias with Qlik
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Missing data? Survive Survivorship Bias with Qlik

How come some airplanes don’t return from the battlefield? Are the success stories of Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg the best learning experiences? And how could people in 1987  think that cats were more likely to survive if they fell from a higher floor? All these questions have one factor in common: they suffer from “survivorship bias”.

>> What is Survivorship Bias?