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Success and Value from BI: The QlikView Customer Experience

Source: IDC
A well designed business intelligence (BI) solution provides users with a self-service environment that matches their decision-making processes. At the same time, it frees IT groups from ongoing development duties, enabling them to focus on systems management and maintenance issues, as well as data integration and data quality issues. This IDC report assesses how QlikTech’s BI solution addresses these requirements.


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