Do you miss the process visualization in Qlik Sense? Do you generate many KPIs and still miss the context of the process? How do you identify bottlenecks in your process? Going through different sheets and apps, analyzing data, taking screenshots, and creating a presentation or Qlik story is no more the easiest way 😉.
Support ticket process connected with penalties.Up-to-date patient flowManagerial overview of process across different departments
Let me introduce you Inphinity Flow – a revolutionary Qlik native extension for process visualization. Inphinity Flow allows you to add the context of the process to your analytics:
For the end-user, it's like a Qlik native object:
✔ you can click on nodes and select them
✔ zoom in and out the same way as in the map object
✔ when you make selections in other visualizations associated nodes and lines are filtered or highlighted
✔ integrated power of gray - highlight selected parts of the process without losing the context of the process - the same approach as you know from Qlik filter object
For the developer, it's like a Qlik native object:
✔ the only source of data is a data model (it's only up to you where it originally comes from)
✔ all settings are in a properties panel
✔ use expressions for all parameters to do the Qlik magic
You can be creative and use it for hierarchy visualization instead...
...or integrate it with the write-back extension to draw the process directly in Qlik Sense!
Hi Dalton, by trade I am an accountant and for 30 years I have waited to see compex processes simplified as visualisations in a format that shows data in 'states' as they are recorded in ERP systems like SAP and JDE. Flow lets you do this. Once you have the measures for each node (state) you can perform all kinds of fun analysis. In the new world we can now join data from multiple non erp systems and perform that same task. Process intelligence brought life. #VeryHappy