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Qlik’s recent worldwide user event, Qonnections, in Orlando, FL, was focused on some of the payoff from investments the analytics vendor has made in its product over recent years – particularly around engineering its solution for the cloud, and a new full-featured mobile app.


  • Ovum’s own market research and analysis underscores much of Qlik's view, with many enterprises accelerating the move to the cloud but unable to fully commit because of regulatory or commercial considerations.
  • Ovum’s view also echoes Qlik’s move to provide access to analytics capabilities wherever work is happening, as opposed to being chained to a desktop. A requirement for full featured mobile access – in a governed way – has not always been easily achieved.

Features and Benefits

  • Assess the latest announcements from Qlik's global user conference, covering big data, hybrid cloud, and mobile access.
  • Consider the changing demand for analytics in the enterprise and how Qlik's portfolio may help meet those needs.

Key questions answered

  • Where is the new demand for data and analysis capabilities coming from, and how can it be satisfied?
  • How can big data sources be incorporated into self-service analytics solutions?

Table of contents

Ovum view

  • Summary
  • Qlik’s investments in the future are starting to deliver
  • The cloud isn’t an either/or – it must be hybrid
  • Mobile analytics needs to be full feature, not a window


  • Author

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