QlikTech and Deloitte to Offer QlikView Business Discovery Solutions

QlikTech, a leading provider of Business Discovery, user-driven Business Intelligence, will offer their new QlikView Business Discovery platform to U.S.-based organizations in partnership with Deloitte, one of the top business, management, and technology consulting firms in the industry. This new QlikView platform is notable for its user-driven analysis capabilities that are designed to integrate traditional business intelligence with standalone office productivity applications.

The strategic partnership between QlikTech and Deloitte was formed earlier this year in the Netherlands, but is expected to expand globally. This partnership integrates QlikTech’s analytical capabilities with Deloitte’s deep industry knowledge to provide critical, user-friendly solutions to business leaders.

The QlikView Business Discovery platform expands this strategic partnership into the U.S. The U.S. strategic agreement between the two companies will leverage Deloitte’s Business Analytics and Information Management practice in industries such as health care and life sciences. Both companies will continue to invest in customizing and adding to the capabilities of QlikView solutions. Deloitte will also continue their investment in training their professionals to become QlikView developers.

The QlikView Business Discovery platform enables companies to conduct user-driven analysis that can be quickly implemented in days or weeks. QlikView Business Discovery can be easily integrated with existing BI applications and delivers business insight, mobility, reassembly, remixability, and zero-wait analysis. It is built on an app-like model to provide a social and collaborative experience to its users.

QlikTech serves over 21,000 customers in more than 100 countries and is headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania.

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  1. Interesting that Qlikview is getting this type of exposure with a Big Four firm. It definitely should put IBM, SAP, etc… on notice.

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