Data analytics vendor Qlik has expanded its academic program to more than 20 educational institutions across 20 cities in Australia and New Zealand.
Qlik and nearly 70 partners aim to end data silence with an 105-event tour spanning 41 countries
Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics, today announced that it has opened the doors to its Qlik Sense Tour 2017 – a series of over 100 events in cities across Asia Pacific (APAC) and Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) dedicated to demonstrating to organizations how they can give their data a voice. Having kicked off the tour in Sweden and Spain, the tour will continue its track over the next two months to countries such as Australia, China, India, Japan, Singapore, France, Germny, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, and the UAE to help organizations understand how to listen to what their data has to say, and to end data silence.
There is a dramatic difference between analysing and understanding data, and it is problematic to assume that people alone can completely comprehend the level of data presented to them. Visualisation helps democratise data, according to a senior practitioner in the field.
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