Whether you're new to QlikView or want to get up to speed with the features and functionality of QlikView, this course starts at a basic level and delves more deeply to demonstrate how to make QlikView work for you, and make it meet the needs of your organization. Using a real-world use case to highlight the extensive impact of effective business analytics, this course might well be your silver bullet for success.
This is a superb hands-on guide to get you started by exploring the fundamentals of QlikView before learning how to successfully implement it, technically and strategically. You'll learn valuable tips, tricks, and insightful information on loading different types of data into QlikView, and how to model it effectively.You will also learn how to write useful scripts for QlikView to handle potentially complex data transformations in a way that is simple and elegant.
What You Will Learn:
Build robust data models and overcome common modeling challenges
Discover the techniques and best practices to transform data in QlikView via scripts
Load data from disparate sources to build an associative Data Model
Understand important changes made in QlikView 12
Present performance measures with charts and tables
Find out how to use dimensions and expressions in QlikView objects
Miguel Ángel García
Miguel Ángel García is a Business Intelligence consultant and QlikView Solutions Architect. Having worked throughout many successful QlikView implementations, from inception through implementation, and performed across a wide variety of roles on each project, his experience and skills range from pre-sales to applications development and design, technical architecture, system administration, as well as functional analysis and overall project execution.
He runs a QlikView consultancy, AfterSync (www.aftersync.com), through which he helps customers discover the power of the Qlik platform. He currently has the QlikView Designer, QlikView Developer and QlikView System Administrator Certifications, issued by Qlik, for versions 9, 10 and 11.
Barry Harmsen is an independent Business Intelligence consultant based in the Netherlands. Originally from a background of traditional business intelligence, data warehousing and performance management, in 2008 Barry made the shift to QlikView and a more user-centric form of Business Intelligence. Since then he has completed many successful QlikView implementations in various industries, from Financial Services to Telecom, and from Manufacturing to Healthcare. Barry writes a QlikView blog at QlikFix.com