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Qlik Cloud releases support for Conversational Analytics in Microsoft Teams

This past week we released an exciting new AI capability – Qlik conversational analytics in Microsoft Teams. With the new Qlik app for Teams, you can easily chat with Insight Advisor, Qlik's intelligent AI assistant, to explore data using natural language directly within Teams. Users can now ask questions through individual or group chat and Qlik will respond with AI-generated data visualizations and insights, using data from across your Qlik apps. Because it's Microsoft Teams, you can collaborate with others in real-time, collectively making decisions using the insights generated by Qlik. And with the Teams mobile app, you have access to Qlik Analytics on-the-go, for insights at the point of decision.

With the new Qlik app in Microsoft Teams, you can do the following:
• Ask questions using natural language through individual or group chat
• Auto-generated data visualizations and natural language insights
• Search across all your Qlik apps for the right data
• Share insights and collaborate with others
• Access conversational analytics through mobile devices
• Natural language processing and generation in 10+ languages

Qlik helps accelerate BI, ML, and AI initiatives for Microsoft customers with a suite of solutions. As a long-standing, Microsoft Top Tier partner for the Azure Data+AI competency, our solutions have helped thousands of customers deliver data and analytics initiatives. Insight Advisor within Teams provides a powerful new way to help more people find the right answers, make better decisions and collaborate together where and how they work. Install the Qlik app from the Teams App Store to get started.

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great news

Contributor III
Contributor III

Can we work on having an actual functioning QMC before these types of updates?  How can we administer our environments without centralized real-time visibility of reload/task statuses, disabled schedules, etc?