What would it be like to be able to recall, at will and instantly, anything you have ever learned?
While it’s easy to spot a social media marketing disaster, it’s not as simple to prove that corporate social media delivers return on investment.
One of the most talked about topics in the business technology arena today is ‘big data’. But what is big data, and why is it important?
Will spending more on improving your system’s processing efficiency be a major factor in improving your decision making?
You may have heard about the release of Qlik Sense Desktop. This is the first product in the Qlik Sense line and it has been generating some excitement in the QlikView community.
I just spent a great three days at the ICAA Business Forum in Melbourne. As an accountant myself who has turned to the world of IT, I was interested to see how far along many accountants are on the road to using business intelligence (BI) and planning software tools.
Many organisations don’t have an enviable track record when it comes to delivering on business intelligence initiatives. Despite choosing the right technology and engaging a team with the right skill set and commitment, a BI project can still easily stall in the pilot stage.
I have just come back from attending the ninth Qlik Global Partner Summit (Qonnections 2014) in Orlando, Florida. One of the main themes at the conference was the preview of QlikView.Next.
QlikView shouldn’t be seen as a special ‘for your eyes only’ desktop tool for the gifted. The QlikView server platform lets an organisation extend the benefits of their existing QlikView applications out to a broader and potentially mobile audience in the business.
I’ve been a close observer of the role of the CFO in organisations. I work daily with CFOs and I enjoy the various published reports of the future of the role.