Aside from dashboards, there are some use cases that require a fair amount of detailed data, with customizable sort and display fields which can vary by account.
This is in the insurance, healthcare, benefits space in particular.
While advanced visualization features help on the dashboard side of the equation, I would like to get the opinion on the best tools for this detailed, ...
Senior Manager at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
25 January 22
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We are looking to replace our ad hoc reporting capabilities that we currently do with MainFrame Focus (not WebFocus!) with the more modern QlikView product.
We are creating a Pros and Cons list for QlikView, but I'd also like to hear from anyone who may have gone through with this type of conversion effort. We have a small group of focus power-users who would be now using QlikView to crea...
Project Leader at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
03 January 17
If you ar planning to use QlikView for ad hoc reports I suggests the following recomendations:
Do not use of the ETL capabilities of Qv, just to avoid high dependency on the product.
Beware of the abuse of .qvd files to store big data files, they are not trustworthy at all.
Remember that Qv is a Dashboarding Tool but not a complete reporting tool.
If it´s possible, try to use QlikSense instead of QlikView to avoid excessive consulting.