Deloitte and QlikTech Partner to Bring Business Discovery Software to US

Deloitte and QlikTech ally to offer QlikView Business Discovery platform to U.S. based organizations. The software enables user-driven analysis designed to bridge the gap between standalone office productivity applications and traditional BI.

“The strategic relationship with QlikTech allows us to combine QlikView’s analytical capability/products and services with our deep industry knowledge to deliver the data driven business and corporate performance strategies that our clients are demanding,” said Casey Graves, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “Additionally, it enables us to put industry relevant and user-friendly solutions in the hands of business leaders in a timely manner, allowing them to utilize the information and explore and capitalize on the data.”

The agreement calls for members of Deloitte’s Business Analytics and Information Management practice to focus on high priority industries. Both organizations will work to provide industry specific solutions while training Deloitte professionals to become QlikView developers.


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