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By - Gaurav Malhotra

Creators. Features. Comparisons with Traditional BI. What. System Requirements. Product Family. QV File types. Sheet & Sheet Objects. QV Mini Workshop

QlikTech (NASDAQ:Qlik)
Founded in Sweden 1993 Growing revenue ~2,200% between 2000-2006 Now based in Radnor, Pennsylvania. 15 offices in 6 countries 4,500 Customers in 58 countries

Founder: Bjrn Berg and Staffan Gestrelius. Lars Bjrk, CEO William G. Sorenson, CFO Les Bonney, COO Anthony Deighton, CTO/SVP Products Jonas Nachmanson, Chief Product Strategy Officer Paul Farmer, Chief People Officer

Lead Investors

Management Team Former executives from SAP, Siebel, Oracle, PA Consulting, Mactive, Intentia ~250 employees Incorporated in the US HQ in the US R&D in Sweden

Main features and benefits of QlikView:

Use of an in-memory data model. Allows instant, in memory, manipulation of massive datasets. Does not require high cost hardware. Automated data integration and a graphical analytical environment attractive for customers. Fast and powerful visualization capabilities Ease of use - end users require almost no training Highly scalable - near instant response time on very huge data volumes Fast implementation - customers are live in less than one month, and most in a week Flexible - allows unlimited dimensions and measures and can be modified in seconds Integrated - all in one solution : dashboards, power analysis and simply reporting on a single architecture Low cost - shorter implementations result in cost saving and fast return on investment Risk free - available as a fully-functional free trial download

Patented In Memory Associative Technology



The power of simplicity

Memory & Processor Power

Thought driven Natural Freeing Flexible Collaborative Personal Empowering

In Memory
Fast Light impact Visually Interactive Summary and Detail Portable Simple Inexpensive Integrative

QlikView Real-time OLAP Real-time processing

64 Bit
Traditional Cube OLAP Pre-processing


How QlikView is Different ?

QlikView Business discovery platform

Data WH Develop Publish Distribution Dashboards, Analysis & Reporting

Installed EXE

QlikView Enterprise/Professional

Intelligent Templates By

QlikView AccessPoint

QlikView Publisher

QlikView Analyzer

QlikView Server




Industry Function System




Security: Active Directory Native QlikView Security Windows File Security

QV 11 System Requirements

QlikTech Product Chain

QV Desktop/Personal Edition. CALs (Named User, Document, Session, Concurrent). QV SMES (Small & Mid-Sized Enterprise Server). QV LES (Large Enterprise Server). QV Publisher. QV Workbench. QV Web Parts for MS SharePoint.

QV File associations:

QVW Native QV Application. QVD Native Data Source Format. QVS Script File. QVX Open Data Source Format. QVO QV Output File. QAR QV Extensions. QVT QV Themes.

Starting & Using QlikView

What strikes you?


selected data

associated data
unrelated data

green white grey

Context help Help topics View Toolbars menus tabs Toolbar: design table relations (data structure) Sheet is the basis: right click sheet objects

Getting Familiar with Most common Objects

Sheets & Sheet Objects

Sheets and Sheet Objects

Sheet Basics
A QlikView document uses at least one sheet on which sheet objects are displayed. Even if a number of sheet objects have been placed on several different sheets, all sheet objects are still fully connected by the QlikView logic.

Sheet Objects
List Boxes Statistics Boxes Multi Boxes Table Boxes Charts Input Boxes Current Selections Boxes Buttons Text Objects Line/Arrow Objects Slider/Calendar Objects Bookmark Objects Custom Objects System Tables

List Box This is the most basic QlikView object, which presents the unique values from a single field and the frequency with which each value occurs. Multi Box allows several fields to be represented as drop-down list boxes. Table Box shows a spreadsheet-like view of several related fields, optionally from different tables. Statistics Box automatically calculates basic statistics for a specific field, including min, max, count, sum, standard deviation, and standard error.

Charts a chart object can use common formats

such as bar charts, line charts, scatter charts, and pie charts. Pivot Table displays a cross-tabulation of multiple variables or expressions. Input Box allows values to be input for use in a what-if analysis. Control Buttons can be used to control an application, including running of macros. Formatting Objects there are a number of formatrelated objects available including text labels, lines and arrows, and multiple tabbed sheets. Sheet layout such as fonts, backgrounds, and borders can also be customized.

List Box Table Box

Multi Box

Text Object

Radar Chart

Combo Chart
Scatter Chart

Guage Types

Grid Chart

Statistics Box Input Box

Current Selections Box

Bookmark Object

Button Object

Slider/Calendar Object

What I havent Covered (In depth)

1. QV Publisher Installation & Configuration. 2. QV Server Installation & Configuration. 3. QV Connectors, Extensions & Applications. 4. QV advance Topics (like Incremental Load, Set Analysis). 5. QV Mobile Deployments. 6. QV Workbench. 7. QV web parts. 8. QV CALS. 9. QV License Leasing. 10.QV 3rd Party Tools. 11.QV APIs.

Thank you

Any questions?

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