The entire analytics market is undergoing significant change, and vendor Qlik is no exception. Change can be worrisome in any market, but it also presents an opportunity to retrench existing advantages and build new ones.
- From being taken private, riding the transition to the cloud, and operating in a market with an evolving customer base, all alongside executive changes, Qlik has had plenty of change to handle. In summary, the message at Qlik's annual user event, Qonnections, was "steady as she goes." While some industry observers may have been disappointed by a lack of major new announcements, Ovum believes the tone struck by Qlik was the right one.
Features and Benefits
- Assesses Qlik's announcements and future plans for its analytics platform and how those help tackle enterprise requirements.
- Identify the key trends shaping the market for self-service analytics, including embedded analytics and AI.
Key questions answered
- How is Qlik positioning its solution portfolio to better meet evolving business users' requirements?
- How can self-service users start to work with enterprise big data sources?
Table of contents
Recommendations for enterprises
Recommendations for vendors
Augmentation of Qlik technology to augment its users
Artificial intelligence should make users' data journey easier and more productive
Qlik Core brings a developer-friendly approach to embedding analytics
Helping domesticate the big data animal
Making multi-cloud data friendly
Technology needs business support and thought leadership
Practical thought leadership brings benefits for customer and Qlik alike