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Business Discovery Using Qlikview

Business Discovery is user-driven business intelligence that helps people make decisions based on multiple sources of insight: data, people, and the environment. Users can create and share knowledge and analysis in groups and across organizations.

Locally headquartered (Radnor) Qliktech pioneered Business Discovery with its flagship software QlikView.

This presentation will help you understand the capabilities of QlikView; what makes it unique, the Associative Experience, and the underlying architecture that has kept QlikView on Gartner’s magic quadrant for the last three straight years.

The presentation will include a hands on demonstration of:

- the Desktop Client for application authoring,
- the QlikView web AccessPoint for selecting and using QlikView documents
- application architecture (deploying for enterprise scalability, integrating with authentication services...)

Tony Strano has sixteen years designing and developing data warehouse databases and business intelligence reporting for companies such as Oracle, Towers Watson, GSI commerce, and Northrop Grumman. He has delivered solutions using Hyperion tools (such as Essbase), Oracle and SQL Server databases, IBM Websphere DataStage and Brio reporting on both the Windows and UNIX platforms. Tony is a Technical Architect for QlikView in the Performance and Scalability group at QlikView Consulting Services.

Schedule:

6:00 - pizza/socializing/networking

6:30 - presentation

8:00 - beverages at Nodding Head Brewpub

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  • Michael R.

    Folks - the meeting is on the 16th floor. It is reserved under 'Technically Philly Groups'

    February 19, 2013

    • sondra

      Sorry I missed this. I didn't realize it'd be under TP, and couldn't find the room listed. Hope to catch you next time.

      February 19, 2013

    • Michael R.

      Sorry, Sondra. You weren't the only person that was mistakenly turned away. See my email to the group attendees

      February 19, 2013

  • Howard Trae T.

    I'm looking to attend this meeting but I do have some questions: 1) Do you have any information on Parking in that building or around that area. 2) Is this a formal event?

    February 13, 2013

    • Howard Trae T.

      Ok I wanted to make sure. I wanted to know the places to park around the area

      February 17, 2013

    • Michael R.

      There is also parking direcctly under the building... I think you enter on Arch. No idea on the cost though

      February 17, 2013

  • Michael F.

    Darn! Had to choose between PhillyDB and DataPhilly. Meetups are on same night.

    February 13, 2013

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