FWD Qlik Day 2018
Kaffeine @Foundry8 SCBD
July 25th 2018
What a privilege we earned last week, for having the opportunity to host a warm event with Qlik for our respectful Costumers - FWD. From FWD, Bapak Tito Setiawan (Head of IT Application) opened the event by explaining what FWD already done with Qlik. Continued by Dimitri (Finance Div.) and Jilan (Agency) who shared their experience using Qlik Sense and Qlik NPrinting, then summarized by Bapak Tani Indrawan (Assistant IT Manager).
The event was attended by our colleagues from IT Division, Corporate Care Division, Actuary Division, Marketing Division, Agency, Compliance Division and Customer Division. Our beloved Steven See and Shan Andes from Qlik, were also there gaining and giving more insights about Business Intelligence it self and how Qlik can accommodate.
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Qlik Sense Change Data so beautiful images
Qlik Sense Desktop is a free visualization app available for your personal needs. This app makes it easy for users to transform data into beautiful images.
As presented in its official description, Qlik Sense Desktop delivers a simple drag-and-drop interface for business users to quickly create interactive visualizations, reports, and dashboards.
It can be installed as a standalone Windows client, the arrangement and navigation of this data visualization application can be saved as a local file that can be shared and opened by other users.
New users can start by directly pulling Excel documents into the application, or by utilizing various data sources used in the business.
Qlik Sense Desktop is free for personal and business use, there is no limit to the number of apps that can be created and there are no restrictions for file sharing.
While the full version, it is scheduled to be publicly available in September 2014. Well, this version will be server based so that processed data can be wider.
"(Qlik Sense Desktop) makes the data meaningful, visually, even enjoyable," said Terry Smagh, Vice President for Qlik South East North Asia.
The software can be downloaded for free at: http://www.qlik.com/us/explore/products/free-download
Author: Reska K. Nistanto