What is Qlikview?

QlikView is an on-premise dynamic analytics solution. QlikView lets you rapidly develop and deliver interactive guided analytics applications and dashboards by sourcing data from single or multiple data sources.

CRM and ERP options

Benefits of Qlikview

Big data analysis

Qlikview brings the most value to decision makers who require historical analysis and predictions based on large data sets. 

With QlikView you can:

  • Create a flexible end user interface to an information warehouse.
  • Get snapshots of data relations.
  • Make presentations based on your data.
  • Create dynamic graphical charts and tables.
  • Perform statistical analysis.
  • Link descriptions and multimedia to your data.
  • Build your own expert systems.
  • Create new tables, merging information from several sources.
  • Create value from your data.

Great data compression for fast response times

Qlikview’s compression engine is second to none, giving analysts access to terras of data faster than all Bi solutions.

The amount of data that can be loaded into a QlikView document is very large. It is primarily limited by computer memory.

A QlikView document manage up to 2,147,483,648 distinct values in one field!

The following are only limited by RAM:

  • Number of fields
  • Number of tables
  • Number of table cells and rows

Compatible with multiple data sources

Qlik Sense lets you to connect to your data, wherever it is stored, with a wide range of Qlik Connectors and other data connection types.

When you create a data connection it is saved to Qlik Sense, so you can quickly select and load data from the data sources that you commonly use. Connect to databases, social media data, local files, remote files, and web files.

Qlik Sense allows you to access your data wherever it resides. The following data connection types are available with Qlik Sense:

Attached files


Attach data files directly to your app by using drag and drop.

Database connectors

Connect to an ODBC data source with preconfigured ODBC database connectors.


Connect to an Essbase dataset.

Local or network files

Connect to a local or network file to select and load data.


Connect to a REST data source. The REST connector is not tailored for a specific REST data source and can be use to connect to any data source exposed through the REST API.

Web files

Connect to a web-based data source on a web URL.

Web Storage Provider Connectors

Connect to your file-based data from web storage providers, such as dropbox.

Fast user adoption and advanced data mining

Whether you are using a desktop computer or a mobile device, you need to know how you can interact with the Qlik Sense user interface to get the most of your experience with it and find things easily.

Here is how our customers navigate on Qlikview:

  • Using a keyboard, keyboard shortcuts, and mouse interactions on desktop computers
  • Touch gestures on mobile and hybrid devices
Since all the reports we develop are based on your needs and the user interface most practical to your employees, we are hignly confident that your users will make the most out of it within minutes.

Weary of meeting complex questions, or having to develop advanced reports and formulas? We provide a 9 to 5 online assistance through the paower of screen sharing in order to answer your employees’ Qlikview related questions and even build reports with them. 

Empowering your Qlikview users is part of the strategy which will have your business become more autonomuous and access new insight in a matter of minutes instead of weeks.

Limitations of Qlikview

Online publication and ease of report sharing

Qlikview, if installed on a webserver, allows users to publish specific dashboards online, through your website for example. However, for more user specific data access, Qlik proposes Qliksense, the ‘Cloud’ version of Qlikview, with user accesses, restrictions and limitations.

Email/ static reporting

Sending a Qlikview report in PDF format requires the use of a Qlik addon: Nprinting, which allows you to set user access filters to a generic report, and have it mailed to your customers, each seeing their own data on the pdf attachment. This means additional template development (on Nprinting) and additional license fees for this optional feature. 

Are you interested in securing your Bi project on Qlikview?

Each company has its own culture and each country has its own standards and data science to adapt to. Implementing Qilkview can be met with a lot of challenges when dealing with users across departments. 

We have been building Qlikview reports across the UK and Europe as well as Mauritius for over 15 years. Could our expertise bring value to your Qlikview project and company? 

A good way to start is to have a talk about your needs!

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