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Why you have to migrate from QlikView to Qlik Sense

Qlik announced that they are going to stop the support for QlikView 11 by Dec 2017. This means that if you are using QlikView 11, you should start to plan for your upgrade to QlikView 12 or migrate to Qlik Sense.

Qlik Sense speaks directly with business customers to empower their users to create own analytics. The interface is simple and highly responsive to show beautiful visualizations of business data.

What does Qlik Sense bring to the table?

1. Self-service oriented

Users can create and publish their own analysis using advanced UI Features which comes along with Qlik Sense. Easy drag and drop user interfaces. Drag new data sets right into the Qlik Sense application.

2. Easy governance and scalability

Master Library of Qlik Sense acts as a repository for approved calculations, dimensions, and charts. We get value through this governed logical layers. All the users get single data points avoiding questionable data or unwanted analyses.

3. Extension to Mobile devices

Qlik Sense has a better responsive design which allows users to have fully optimized experiences. There is no difference between the desktop and mobile version- a single application can be viewed on any device without additional licensing or development.  

4. Advanced APIs and toolkit

Qlik Sense has this massive advantage of extending to meet your custom needs of visualization and mashups through advanced APIs and extensions available in the market.

5. Ready to be on cloud

You can start building your apps on cloud right from day 1.

Tips to migrate from QlikView 11 to Qlik Sense

  • Through QlikView converter available in Qlik Sense 3.2 you can directly import the objects from QlikView 11 application into Qlik Sense. When you open a project converted objects from the QlikView documents like visualizations, dimensions, measures, and variables are displayed. 
  • Most importantly, you need to keep in mind the differences in functionality and user interfaces between QlikView and Qlik Sense.
  • Identify existing features in your QlikView applications that are not available in Qlik Sense, like triggers/actions, input fields, macros, conditional shows etc. 
  • Create a proof of concept of all the functionalities that can be shown in Qlik Sense using workarounds/extensions. 

** Do not migrate to Qlik Sense without completing a features gap analysis between QlikView 11 and Qlik Sense.


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