So the World Cup is over and I suppose that we will have to get back to doing some real work instead of being the ultimate fan by looking at the World Cup Qlikview application.
I learnt quite a lot from this Business Intelligence application about the World Cup. For example I did not know that the Dutch East Indies appeared in the tournament. They did so in 1938. Actually more surprising is that it was still a Dutch colony then and did not gain independence, as Indonesia, until after the Second World War in 1949. Other useless information includes the fact that the majority of goals were scored with right foot shots and that the majority of teams, excluding England, had more midfield players booked than defenders. I guess the conclusion form this is that most players are right footed and that defence begins in midfield.
I am confident that, given some time, I can develop some completely useless Key Performance indicators that someone at the Football Association could latch on to and use as measures of real importance to the future of English football.
I am really looking forward to QlikView offering the next application. Hopefully we will not have to wait until the European Nations cup in two years before we are able to waste a few precious hours in finding some useless, but interesting, facts.
Anyway enough of this rubbish. Let’s get back to the real world. Yesterday I posted a blog about providing PDF reports from QlikView. This has always been a problem but one that QlikPower has provided a neat solution. It will allow you to provide attractive reports without having to use Excel.
To find out more contact QlikPower through our web page and we can show you how it is done using your data.
QlikView has rich, flexible analytical capabilities, fast drill-down and appealing visualisation, but it is often easy to forget the people at the "sharp end" - the salesperson, the ops manager, the account manager - all of whom would love to have time to explore and analyse data, but who need a simple, electronic or paper-based report to work from.
It's surprising how many QlikView users still revert to the "export to Excel and email" option, when faced with distributing data to the front line.
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