There are a couple of financial functions available in Qlik Sense out of the box, e.g.
- BlackAndScholes Model
- FV/PV/PMT/Rate/nRate calculations
You can read more about them here:
Appreciate the reply and the link. Yep, there sure are a number of great & useful functions in Qlik Sense for finance, as well as for handling times & dates, etc.
But, I'd like to ask if there are any guides or resources for analyzing Business Models in Qlik? Or, say you had developed something in Excel (which is customary in the U.S.), would you then load it in to analyze or investigate key metrics?
It seems like this would be the optimal approach, then would be able to leverage, for example, the Financial App Toolkit by Paul Van Siclen, or perhaps others. ...So, would it be preferred for you start a business model in Excel and then load it to Qlik? Or, is there some other way to combine, say, a couple of years of financial statements, a couple of years of budgets/projections, and then be able to forecast cashflow?