Give the Gift of Dual Use to Your QlikView User Base
Today's guest blogger is my product marketing partner, Nicole Tamms. She will be providing an update on our QlikView and Qlik Sense dual-use offer.
Over 100 Thousand Dual Users
Customers like you are adopting our new QlikView and Qlik Sense dual-use licensing at an incredible rate, since the offer was first announced by Qlik CEO Mike Capone at Qonnections 2018 in April and via press release in August. We are proud to share we’ve achieved 100 thousand licensed dual users! QlikView and Qlik Sense are better together; and dual use is the most cost-effective way to adopt Qlik Sense while maintaining your QlikView footprint. At a mere 30 percent uplift on your current annual maintenance, you can give the gift of Qlik Sense to your entire QlikView user base.
As your organization evolves and digital transformation becomes a business imperative, Qlik Sense, our modern analytics platform, may be the best fit. It supports the full spectrum of analytics use cases to meet the requirements of your evolving organization.
New dual-use customers expect Qlik Sense to provide a modern UI, faster development, ease of use, and best in class mobile support. Many have already found their QlikView data models can be directly used in Qlik Sense. Several customers have shared their plans to utilize Qlik Sense on new projects. And others have been interested in adopting Qlik Sense for a while, but budget constraints prevented them from doing so. They found the dual-use offer enabled them to acquire the licenses they needed to kick-off new projects quickly, instead of having to wait on budget.
We’d love to hear from you too. You’re invited to participate in a quick survey on your QlikView usage and interests. We want to ensure we’re heading in the right direction, speaking your language and continuing to meet your needs. Click here to participate in our 5-minute survey. The first 25 respondents will receive a free Qlik t-shirt*.
Dual use requires a QlikView November 2017 or later release. Whether or not you’re planning to adopt dual use right away, there is still tremendous value in upgrading to the latest release, QlikView November 2018. Recent releases include the latest Qlik Associative Engine, which is the same engine powering Qlik Sense; plus, advanced analytics integration, a new shared file structure, a fresh graphics library, improved security, support for non-English characters, and more found here.