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Differences Between Tableau and Qlikview | Tableau VS Qlikview

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Businesses today require advanced, smart and convenient tools which help analyze complex data in no time. Businesses more visually need appealing, agile and iterative tools that perfectly fits into the real-time requirements.

QlikView and Tableau are two among such BI visualization tools providing cutting-edge solutions. These are competing in the domain and providing the diverse spectrum of features. Both have a broad set of storytelling and visualization features with high-end analytical abilities. Tableau and QlikView can deploy on-premise as well as on cloud.

Tableau

Tableau consists of advanced data visualization features where users can create, display and share interactive reports instantly. It is pretty easy to use and requires lesser technical expertise and is serving more than 23,000 customers throughout the world.

The ability to blend data sets, platform independence and real-time collaboration makes it a most desirable intelligence technology for businesses. It works client-server architecture of ‘n’ tier and supports dynamic and fast deployments.

QlikView

QlikView is a robust and leading business intelligence platform, which quickly comprehends and analyzes critical relationships between diverse sets. It is an in-memory data processing tool accumulates data from distinct resources including files and relational databases to provide profound insights using advanced analytical abilities.

It is serving over 34,000 customers across 100 countries worldwide. This technology has ranked as one of the most potential business discovery platforms by the market gurus.

Tableau vs. QlikView

Though there exist a lot of similarities between Tableau and QlikView, they are different in several ways:

Basis of Difference Tableau QlikView
Capabilities Real-time Visualization Strong Visualizations with BI reporting
Product Range Diverse products for varied use Single product for entire BI solution
Suitable for Rapid visualization and Dashboarding Enterprise and Departmental-wide BI solution
Tables Weaker Very good
Maps Excellent Weaker
Speed Depends on Ram, and Source database Depends on Ram


Tableau’s power lies in allowing learners to craft practical and instant dashboards whereas QlikView being popular due to its customer loyalty, offer actuality insurance by transmitting notifications during disasters.

Businesses today require advanced, smart and convenient tools which help analyze complex data in no time. Businesses more visually need appealing, agile and iterative tools that perfectly fits into the real-time requirements.

QlikView and Tableau are two among such BI visualization tools providing cutting-edge solutions. These are competing in the domain and providing the diverse spectrum of features. Both have a broad set of storytelling and visualization features with high-end analytical abilities. Tableau and QlikView can deploy on-premise as well as on cloud.

Tableau

Tableau consists of advanced data visualization features where users can create, display and share interactive reports instantly. It is pretty easy to use and requires lesser technical expertise and is serving more than 23,000 customers throughout the world.

The ability to blend data sets, platform independence and real-time collaboration makes it a most desirable intelligence technology for businesses. It works client-server architecture of ‘n’ tier and supports dynamic and fast deployments.

QlikView

QlikView is a robust and leading business intelligence platform, which quickly comprehends and analyzes critical relationships between diverse sets. It is an in-memory data processing tool accumulates data from distinct resources including files and relational databases to provide profound insights using advanced analytical abilities.

It is serving over 34,000 customers across 100 countries worldwide. This technology has ranked as one of the most potential business discovery platforms by the market gurus.

Tableau vs. QlikView

Though there exist a lot of similarities between Tableau and QlikView, they are different in several ways:

Basis of Difference

Tableau

QlikView

Capabilities

Real-time Visualization

Strong Visualizations with BI reporting

Product Range

Diverse products for varied use

Single product for entire BI solution

Suitable for

Rapid visualization and Dashboarding

Enterprise and Departmental-wide BI solution

Tables

Weaker

Very good

Maps

Excellent

Weaker

Speed

Depends on Ram, and Source database

Depends on Ram

Tableau’s power lies in allowing learners to craft practical and instant dashboards whereas QlikView being popular due to its customer loyalty, offer actuality insurance by transmitting notifications during disasters.

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