Embedded analytics create new possibilities for your business by putting the power of data in the hands of users both inside and outside your organization. And with Qlik, you can empower them with the most powerful, easy-to-use data analytics platform on the market. A leader in embedded analytics, Qlik partners with over 900 ISVs, Information Providers and OEMs, providing the very best technology to drive the very best data-driven insights and actions.
Internet of Things (IoT) devices generate a vast amount of information – and endless opportunities to better your business. To move from data to insight to action, however, you need to make sense of all that data – and that’s where Qlik can help.
Make IoT data truly useful and usable for your team by embedding Qlik into the backend applications that receive and process all of the data from connected devices. When users can easily and freely explore and visualize data, they’re better equipped to discover trends, understand customers, innovate and improve products, and uncover new areas for growth.
Introducing analytics into Customer Relationship Management (CRM) products has become a significant competitive advantage, adding new capabilities that can increase adoption, usage, retention, and, ultimately, revenue.
Rather than developing home-grown solutions, however, CRM developers can now take advantage of Qlik embedded analytics – a fully scalable, highly customizable modern analytics platform that can be rapidly introduced into your products. And with Qlik, end-users have the ability to freely explore all of their data – for in-depth analysis, actionable insights, and faster, more informed decision-making.
A provider of solutions for processing healthcare transactions, the SSI Group was looking for a scalable analytics platform that worked within their existing ecosystem. Using Qlik, SSI was able to give customers a detailed, comparative, explorable view of all revenue, claims, and transactions.
HR software company Salure wanted to integrate customer-facing analytics applications into their current product offering. Already familiar with Qlik, Salure was able to reuse elements from their business-side analytics to provide customers with an endless variety of valuable, easy-to-use, fast-to-deploy dashboards.
E2open, a supply chain software provider, was seeking a scalable, easily deployable analytics solution they could quickly introduce into current performance management applications. With Qlik’s help, they gave customers the ability to explore and analyze massive amounts of data, in robust dashboards, in real time.
Serving large-scale investment managers, SimCorp products had the data, but the team wanted the ability to do more with it. Embedding Qlik, they were able to provide end-users with more advanced analytics (at higher data volumes), along with interactive dashboards and visualizations to spot outliers.
Electronic medical records company Modernizing Medicine wanted to give physicians access to patient data like never before. Introducing Qlik into their mobile-first product, Modernizing Medicine now lets doctors combine complex data to create rich visualizations, giving them the info they need to make better decisions.
A leading player in the wireless network ecosystem, Nextgen Clearing leverages Qlik Sense to bring together data from all facets of information across all of its products. Serving more than 100 operators worldwide, analytics plays a crucial role to let the customers understand the traffic dynamics, define service price and negotiate partnerships agreements.