Business intelligence field has underwent a fundamental shift. Industry went from traditional, so-called IT-centric platforms, to more decentralized data discovery solutions. The key factor, the driving force was (well, it still is) the intent to expand the use of analytics to a new group of users. Who? Everyone. This means non-technical personnel, with limited or non-existent IT skills. Why? It’s the data driven world we’re living. It’s the data-driven business we’re doing. And in this fast-paced environment, new paradigm of analytics tools emerged – interactive, visual, with UX revolving around drag-and-drop way of building reports.
Data visualization enables decision makers to see usually dull analytics reports on their business data presented visually, what means it is easier to grasp the otherwise difficult concepts or identify new patterns. Modern day business intelligence and analytics platforms all come with interactive visualization, enabling new group of users to take their business data further – into charts and graphs for more detail, all by simple intuitive UX design.
Qlik Sense is a solution the business world is buzzing about. What is beautiful is that it constantly evolves and ensures its users a continuous access to an ever increasing set of capabilities. Recently, the company has introduced the newest release – Qlik Sense 2.2.
The highlights include:

  • Advanced data preparation with automatic date handling, calculated fields, and a newly redesigned data manager;
  • Alternate dimensions and measures, allowing users to change views and analytics in charts and graphs without having to directly edit governed objects;

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