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Employee
Employee

The new 2019 Qlik Statement of Direction is now available. The Qlik Statement of Direction provides a comprehensive overview of our company, products, and vision for the future.

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It includes:

  • An outline of our future strategy and innovation agenda around 3 main areas - data, platform and analytics
  • An introduction to our company and overview of our key differentiators in the market
  • A comprehensive overview of our current product portfolio, including Qlik Sense, QlikView, the Qlik Analytics Platform, and our add-on products
  • A detailed look at our future roadmap and planned investments in our products, organized by innovation area
  • A reinforcement of our commitment to our customers and partners

 

This document is freely available for download at https://www.qlik.com/us/qlik-statement-of-direction for anyone that wants an overview of our company and products or a look into our roadmap.

Thanks!

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Specialist
Specialist

1 Word -- Exciting

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Master II
Master II

Unable to download the pdf doc

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Creator III
Creator III

by far the most interesting part ;

.".and new big data capabilities such as Associative Big Data Indexing"

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Creator III
Creator III
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Contributor II
Contributor II

Hi

A word of criticism from my side. We invested at an early stage in the adoption of Qlikview since we believe in the associative approach. Through the years we enjoyed working with Qlikview. However, since Qliksense entered the market Qlikview seems to stop its development. The releases contained less and less innovations through the years and our developers complained that the Qlikview forums and Qlikview resources were pushed into the background. Okay, we convinced ourselves we should accept it as we also could move slowly over to Qliksense.

Now, switching over slowly to Qlikview requires additional licences and fees. As an early adopter and supporting Qlik we are now confronted with an offer from Qlik that doubles license fees. How unfair, the Qlikview roadmap is showing almost no innovations, Qliksense more and 5 releases. Hey guys from Qlik how about rewarding the early adopters and offer Qliksense for free to make the transition. Place yourselves in our shoes. Since we have to make the transition - since Qlikview is overtaken by other technologies – we can explore the market with an opener mind.

So, I still believe in the Qlik roadmap and the total stack is really great. However, in my eyes, Qlikview slows down its development too much which positions IT departments with Qlikview in a fragile position.  Recognize them !! and offer a transition fee that is fair*. A "buying twice" feeling is not a constructive way to help them.

Regards,

 

Roland Ettema

(A true supporter of Qlik Technology)

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Community Manager
Community Manager

@Christopher_Ilacqua Can you look at this and either help respond or direct me where I should go. Thanks!

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