September 1st, 2021: We’re excited to announce that our parent company, the Finnish Data Utilisation Powerhouse Digia Plc has joined forces with Solasys Oy, a data management expert established in 2002. This acquisition is part of Digia’s Next Level strategy and will strengthen our Qlik expertise.>> Learn more about the merge here!
December 15th, 2020: We’re excited to announce that Climber is joining forces with the Finnish Data Utilisation Powerhouse Digia Plc in a deal that closes on January 7. The transaction is a growth enabler, adding the capabilities needed to speed up the journey towards cloud-based BI. Climber will continue to operate as a subsidiary under the same brand.>> Learn more about the merge here!
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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?
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?
2018 is off to a galloping start and trend predictions have been coming in fast. There is no lack of inspiration, but what is actually important to you in your daily work? We asked our Managers across Europe what they think that you, from a business perspective, should focus on to optimise your Business Intelligence.>> Learn about the most important BI trends
Qonnections 2018 wrapped up some weeks ago – so what were the key take-aways? Qlik’s new management, and how it will change the roadmap, the development of the Augmented Intelligence that we got a sneak peek of last year, and last but not least, was my favorite subject: Data Literacy.>> So what were the key take-aways?