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  • ROI Calculator: Quantify Investment Value with Qlik Sense

    Qlik Sense is an advanced calculation engine, not just 'dataviz'. This live demo session will feature the newly revamped Qlik Sense ROI Calculator. Intended for customers or partners interested in ROI and business value, this session encourages audience participation to demonstrate live ROI calculations and scenarios.  Attendees will learn how to easily quantify the 5-year value of investments in Qlik solutions and simplify the complex financial math such as NPV, Payback Period, IRR, Monte Carlo, Cash Flows, etc.

  • Industry and Functional Solutions: Qlik Apps and Resources

    David Bolton, VP Industry Solutions & Business Value, Qlik

    This session will cover an introduction and overview of Qlik's Industry and Function solution content including apps, websites, and resources. Attendees will learn how to engage with the industry and value engineering team to help drive insight and innovate decisions.



  • Hear from industry leader, PwC, about their wide use of Qlik within their organization

    Sam Gamble, Director, Business Intelligence, PwC Canada

    Hear from industry leader Sam Gamble of PwC about the latest analytical techniques used by PwC who benefit from Data & Analytics within their Professional Services firm. In this session, we will explore a number of different uses of Qlik where PwC have successfully delivered compelling data and analytics strategies driving true value for their clients and their own organisation.

  • Employee Performance Analytics: Developing Balanced Scorecard Analytics to drive employee performance in a Service Organization

    Neil Martin, Head of Toolkit, Webhelp UK

    Join our interactive session to learn how we built an analytical ecosystem for large volumes of employees who deliver service to our clients. See how we have built a balanced scorecard of 5 or 6 KPI's per employee across 1000's of users and how we use quintile analytics to monitor performance across this balanced scorecard from enterprise-wide right down to individual employees. We will explain our rapid development / data-driven product approach. We’ll discuss our design process which promotes early and consistent ongoing interaction with users and describes how we process and layer data to deliver ‘user data marts’ which can be customized to suit varying sets of balanced scorecard data to suit differing service engagement. We’ll showcase our configurable dashboard products and demonstrate how we’ve used templates and components to accelerate product development. Finally, we’ll share our thoughts on how any business or team can learn from our experiences and create their product ecosystem to support scalable balanced scorecards for resource-intensive service organizations.

  • The Rise of Data Literacy

    Jordan Morrow

    Data is the foundation for the new analytics economy. But data alone is useless unless it can be transformed into insights that lead to the digital transformation of your business. These insights rely on technology of course. But just as importantly, they rely on your workforce’s ability to read, work with, analyze and argue with data. Join this session to understand the basis of data literacy and why it is a critical skill for organizations to be successful.

  • A Culture of Data Literacy

    Jordan Morrow

    For organizations to succeed with data literacy, the right frame of mind and data literacy culture must exist. What does the phrase “data literacy culture” mean? How can an organization implement and put in place the proper culture to ensure it starts to grow within data literacy and progresses with the data revolution? Join this session to learn how you can implement and utilize a culture of data literacy to succeed with data in the new data-driven world.

  • Adoption, Roadmap, and Best Practices of Data Literacy

    Jordan Morrow

    You’ve recognized the data literacy skills gap in your organization, and you want to address it. So, what now? What’s the best way for an organization to adopt data literacy, and what are the best practices? This session will provide an overview of the adoption process that organizations can take to put data literacy into place.

  • What's Your Data Persona?

    Jordan Morrow

    Addressing the data literacy skills gap in an organization is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Each organization has different data personas and different skills gaps in how to utilize data, and different needs on what to do with the data. Join this session to learn more about these different personas and what you can do to allow each persona to improve their data literacy skills.

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