posted on behalf of Qlik Product Marketing:
QlikView is our first-generation BI solution that drove the shift in the market away from large, IT-driven, stack-based technologies to more agile data discovery approaches, kicking-off the data analytics revolution. With our one-of-a-kind Associative Engine, customers readily adopted QlikView to solve business problems because it allowed them to rapidly create highly interactive dashboards and analytics apps without dependence on stack technology. Over two decades, QlikView has driven tremendous value for customers of all shapes and sizes, across all major industries and geographies.
In 2014, we introduced Qlik Sense, our next-generation platform for modern analytics. It supports the full range of analytics use cases across an organization — including governed self-service, centralized dashboards and applications, natural language conversational analytics, custom and embedded analytics, mobile analytics, and reporting. It runs on the same Associative Engine as QlikView, but includes a new Cognitive Engine for AI-enabled insight suggestions, automation, and natural language processing. And it does this within a governed, multi-cloud architecture available in combinations of SaaS, private cloud and on-premises deployments.
For new Qlik customers, there is no longer the need to perform a comparison between the products – we recommend Qlik Sense. And for our existing customers, you should feel confident in the continued use and support QlikView, while considering Qlik Sense for new use cases and applications. We have a program now available that makes it easy and economical for you to bring Qlik Sense on-board, modernize your architecture, and consume your existing QlikView apps through Qlik Sense Enterprise on cloud services or Kubernetes.
If you’re new to Qlik, click here for more information on Qlik Sense. And, if you’re already a QlikView customer, take the modernization journey with us, check out our QlikView to Qlik Sense community group.
Also, you can read: QlikView vs. Qlik Sense Comparison Guide
a) Qlikview is for Guided Analytics and Qlik Sense is for Self-Service Data Discovery
b) both product using same engine
C) geo analytics (map visualization ) qlik sense is better than qlikview
d) Qlik sense have nice feature data storytelling which don't have in qlikview (this feature very useful presentation point of view)
e) Data loading in QlikSense is faster than qlikview
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Hope this helps you
That's a good and evolving question. I bet we come across this question by our clients and users quite frequently. There are many answers available on the Internet but then there are real life practical answers that we learn with our experience in the field. I will try to summarize this difference with my personal experience.
According to Henric Cronström on community:
QlikView is a tool for situations where you want prepared business applications, i.e. applications created by developers who put a lot of thought into the data model, the layout, the charts and the formulae; and deliver the applications to end-users who consume the applications. We call this Guided Analytics. The end-user has total freedom to explore data, select, drill down and navigate in the information, and can this way discover both questions and answers in the data. The end-user is however limited when it comes to creating new visualizations. This type of situation will without doubt be common for many, many years to come.
My practical learning points about QlikView:
Again as per Henric Cronström on community:
QlikSense is a tool for situations where you don’t want to pre-can so much. Instead you want the user to have the freedom to create a layout of his own and in it, new visualizations; charts that the developer couldn’t imagine that the user wants to see. You want Self-service data discovery, which means a much more active, modern, engaged user. In addition, Qlik Sense is much easier to use when you have a touch screen, and is adaptive to different screen sizes and form factors. On the whole, Qlik Sense is a much more modern tool.
My practical learning points about QlikSense:
Please feel free to correct/update any of these observations.
Just to add to this thread, it's not just a case of QlikView vs. Qlik Sense, there is also the question of which version of Sense is the right one to go for.
This blog post explains the differences between the different versions on offer: