GoodData vs QlikView
Last updated: May 06, 2016
Powered by advanced business intelligence tools & technology, the GoodData platform leads the industry in SaaS BI. Connect to structured and unstructured data from any source. Gather and store complete history. Integrate and validate data, and apply business rules on the fly for contextual analysis. Execute descriptive and predictive analysis through an extensive library of functions and features. Report, collaborate, and uncover insights through a comprehensive, diverse set of visualizations
The QlikView Business Discovery platform delivers true self-service business intelligence that empowers business users and drives innovative decision making. It helps organizations make transformative discoveries that lead to better decisions. QlikView goes beyond what other BI software provides by enabling users to analyze and search their data visualizations, make associations, and uncover insight that other BI tools can't find. What will you discover?
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2016. Qlik updates its BI and analytics engine
Qlik, the provider of Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, unveiled the new QlikView Enterprise 3.0 release, including improved visual analytics, advanced support for custom analytics apps, embedded BI and developer innovations. Qlik Enterprise 3.0 also includes a new development hub so that users can more easily take full advantage of the Qlik Analytics Platform for web mashups, custom apps, and extensions. It offers a new app integration API, a visualization API for programmatic creation of analytics, and a new integrated developer environment (IDE) plugin for Visual Studio.
2014. Big Data analytics provider GoodData gets funding from Intel
GoodData, a cloud-based big data analytics firm, announced a $25.7 million round of funding led by Intel Capital. GoodData competes against a large swathe of other tech companies that are, like GoodData, capitalising on the shift that enterprises are making to cloud-based services and the boom in big data analytics that has come in the wake of our so much of our lives moving online. Others in the space include RJMetrics, Chartio, Business Objects, Domo and Tableau. One of the differences between GoodData and the rest of the pack, according to Roman Stanek, GoodData‘s CEO, is in how it structures its analytics to cover a spectrum of uses, but in a way that is nontechnical and easy to integrate.