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12/8/2014
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Cindi Howson
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Qlik Takes On Tableau In Data Visualization

Qlik Sense complements QlikView data discovery with a self-service visualization toolset. Here's what's right and what's missing in the 1.0 release.

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D. Henschen
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12/8/2014 | 4:09:36 PM
Customer says???
Qlik tells me this two-product strategy will enable Qlik customers to convert some users from QlikView users to Qlik Sense users. The QlikView users is likely to be more sophisticated, whereas Qlik Sense is said to be more at the level of Excel, PowerBI or Tableau.
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