Traditional BI was designed to inform humans, and by extension it could be used to inform action. It was not designed to compel action, and certainly not to trigger it autonomously. Active Intelligence, as its name implies, is about both informed decision-making and impelled action.
Join us on September 9th from 2:00 – 3:15(ish) PM ET to learn about some of the ways Qlik, through Active Intelligence, transforms raw data into insights and drive orchestrated actions. This will be an interactive virtual meeting filled with stories, demonstrations, and insider tips and tricks.
Analytics in the cloud provides organizations with unprecedented operational efficiency and agility, allowing them to provision data quickly, deliver analytics with a more predictable cost model, and remove the barriers to delivery. Learn about Qlik’s journey to the cloud, and how you can build the case for cloud adoption in your organization, design a successful data analytics cloud adoption journey, and increase user engagement.
Speakers – Heather Gittings, Senior Director, Project Management, Qlik and Dustin Baxa, Manager, Solution Architects, Qlik
COVID in Your Community
Decisions made at the national and state level are affecting local communities all around the country. But these communities vary greatly. How do you know the right decisions are being made for your community? Learn how near real-time data and analytics can empower local communities to support decision making and improve service delivery.
Speakers – Andrew Churchill, VP of Federal, Qlik and Mark Meersman, Founder and CEO, IPC Global
Win Your Fantasy Football League This Year
Did you know Qlik can help you make your fantasy football decisions? By using Qlik and connecting it to fantasy football ranking APIs, as well as fantasy football league APIs, you can make faster decisions about drafting players, setting lineups, and making trades. Qlik’s Active Intelligence technology means that all the data can be explored easily and confidently.
Speaker – Adam Jacobs, Senior Solution Architect, Qlik