Qlik Healthcare App Contest – Accepting Submissions

Prove that your healthcare organization has built an innovative app that has improved care, reduced costs, or increased population health.


Awarded at Qonnections

 

Directions and Rules:

  • Please fill out the simple slide template attached, and include as much information as possible.
  • Must be a Qlik customer within healthcare.
  • You can submit as many entries as you’d like, though your organization can only win one prize.
  • Need not be present at Qonnections to win. Open to all customers!
  • Slides are due by evening of Sunday May 14th.
  • Email slides (see attached template) to

 

Prizes:

Top 3 winners as decided during Qonnections will receive a free half-day workshop with our Healthcare Solutions Architects to empower your team on a topic/product of your choice. We’re happy to tune the engagement and schedule as desired.

 

Good luck!


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LivingQlik Roots: The Ultimate QlikView Set Analysis Reference

LivingQlik Roots: The Ultimate QlikView Set Analysis Reference

QlikView Set Analysis – A Scary Subject

Set Analysis is a scary subject. I would surely claim it is the most difficult part of developing your QlikView front-end.

I have waited to throw my hat in the ring regarding set analysis. This is mostly because I didn’t feel I had much to add, but also because Set Analysis in QlikView is a formidable subject.

But the time has come for LivingQlik to cover Set Analysis. Firstly, no self-respecting blog would be complete without tackling the subject. Secondly, I feel that there is room for a compete reference presented in a clear voice.

Continue reading LivingQlik Roots: The Ultimate QlikView Set Analysis Reference at Living Qlik.

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