Friday, July 4, 2008

Learn Qlikview

I have posted a tutorial for how to create quick dashboard in Qlikview at
Manohar Rana: Getting Started with Qlikview

You amy also like to read detailed comparison of Qlikview with others tools at

Qlikview Vs Others

You can also refer to the complete tutorial provided by Qliktech at

Qliktech Tutorial

1 comment:

Jaxon Aritoish said...

Hi,

I would like to add some points on this. In smaller companies with less complex needs who might be just starting out with BI it comes down to the amount of data, history and detail that is needed to be stored. Small companies that do not have traditional business intelligence implementation use Excel spreadsheets for data analysis. In this type of business environment, Qlikview would be an optimal choice because it would more than serve the needs of the client. In fact, due to Qlikview’s ease of use and ability to produce quick results, Qlikview could actually effortlessly replace the need for Excel. Most importantly, the absence of a DBW through Associative Query Logic saves the client money and precious resources and can be implemented in a matter of weeks, thus saving time. The client can spend more time on the project at hand rather than building up and maintaining data warehouses.
I believe that small and large business can greatly benefit from all that Qlikview has to offer. It will allow your day-to-day operations to run more efficiently.
For those who are new and seeking more information may visit this page-https://intellipaat.com/qlikview-training/