August 04, 2014

Self-Service Business Intelligence and Analytics

Self-Service Business Intelligence and Analytics


Self-service means different things to different people, who want to interact and analyze data to discover new insights on their own and ability to consume it. Match self-service capabilities to your users: information consumers will be interested in reporting with little to no interactivity; more data-savvy users will want drill-down analysis, data querying, and report authoring capabilities; and analysts will want visual data discovery that helps them answer new questions as they arise.

Traditional BIs Vs QlikView :
Traditional BI suites usually remind us of rigid and complex UIs involving extensive usage of SQLs and resemble visual front-end extensions of databases.
Unlike traditional BI’s, QlikView sits on your existing data warehouses and infuses a broad set of self-service BI capabilities.Most traditional BI platforms don't fit into this. Controllers are usually not offered alongside models and views, that's why they are considered as visual extensions of your databases.Traditional report centric BI vendors have been vying to fit in the self service capability into their systems for a long time. Traditional BI architectures typically require mobile reporting layers.In contrast, QlikView offers a unified architecture for delivering cross platform Business discovery capabilities on mobile allowing users to benefit from a consistent experience across devices. Making full use of rich HTML5 features, QlikView offers appealing layouts, compelling visualizations and a bag full of touch interactions on new age mobile devices, thus delivering an user experience on par with native apps.



How QlikView offer Self-Service BI?

QlikView enables IT pros to deliver self-service BI, providing a competitive advantage to the business. With QlikView, IT allows business users to create their own analyses so they can arrive at innovative decisions. QlikView lets IT serve the business like never before—all while assuring strict data security, quality, and governance. Combined with the direct data access capabilities offered by QlikView’s Direct Discovery, virtually unlimited data can be addressed. It lets IT deliver a consistent, highly-responsive user experience, while freeing it up to focus on core competencies.

 QlikView enables IT professionals to deliver far more analytics and BI to the business than with any other approach. With its rapid application development capability, requests from the business for new apps can be answered much more quickly, changes to existing applications made easily and with its self-service approach, business users can get answers to their own questions without turning back to IT for a new report. This all contributes to the success of QlikView and makes IT groups who provide it to an organization true ‘champions to the business’.



ho want to interact and analyze data to discover new insights on their own - See more at: http://www.logianalytics.com/blog/5-keys-self-service-success#sthash.im9sszXi.dpuf
ho want to interact and analyze data to discover new insights on their own - See more at: http://www.logianalytics.com/blog/5-keys-self-service-success#sthash.im9sszXi.dpuf
Self-service means different things to different people - See more at: http://www.logianalytics.com/blog/5-keys-self-service-success#sthash.im9sszXi.dpuf
Self-service means different things to different people - See more at: http://www.logianalytics.com/blog/5-keys-self-service-success#sthash.im9sszXi.dpuf

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