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Qlik Wins Cloudera Partner Excellence Award for Innovation
October 9, 2017 News analytics big data

 

Qlik®, a leader in data analytics, announced that it has been recognized by Cloudera, the modern platform for machine learning and analytics, optimized for the cloud, with its Innovator Award. This award in the Business Excellence category of Cloudera’s inaugural Partner Impact Awards was selected based on Cloudera business metrics by a panel of Cloudera judges. Award winners were announced at Cloudera Partner Summit 2017 in New York City.

Qlik was recognized as the partner delivering the best integrated marketing and sales campaigns with Cloudera. Qlik increased its investment in Cloudera through joint campaigns and by innovating with industry specific solutions for the financial services and healthcare markets.

“We are honored by the Innovation award from Cloudera and we greatly value the Cloudera partnership which showcases, through our joint sales and marketing campaigns with the integrated Qlik and Cloudera industry specific solutions, how insights from big data on the market leading Cloudera platform can be turned into actionable and valuable business insights for our joint customers,” said Toni Adams, senior vice president, Global Partner Organization at Qlik.

“Our partnership with Qlik just keeps getting stronger and stronger. Together, we are helping customers address major data challenges in healthcare, financial services, and many other industries where the combination of visual analytics and big data is a game changer,” said Philippe Marinier, vice president, Business Development at Cloudera. “We look forward to growing our partnership while finding ways to make it easier for customers to go beyond SQL.”

Qlik is focused on continuing to expand the market by creating an extensible, cloud-ready platform that companies of all sizes can consider the centerpiece of their analytics strategy. Qlik Sense®, Qlik’s next-generation application for self-service BI and visual analytics, is powered by the patented QIX Associative Indexing Engine. With Qlik’s Associative Difference users are free to explore information rather than being confined to a predefined path of questions – because insights come from truly understanding the data from all angles.

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