Few reasons why customers should switch from Qlik to MicroStrategy
Qlik was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo in June 2016 and this raises a lot of questions for current Qlik customers according different sources.
- Qlik “land and expand” business model was not sustainable because their
technology is not a true enterprise solution. There is no evidence that empowering every knowledge worker with the ability to create his/her graphical interpretation of data is going to materially improve decision making.
- Qlik takeover is a part of a larger trend. During the past two years a number of niche analytics vendors have been acquired. In 2014, it was TIBCO. In 2015, Pentaho. And earlier this year, Roambi. The Qlik takeover is just the latest example of a niche analytics vendor selling out to stay afloat. The market is sending a clear message: point solutions are not the answer.
- These tools are losing momentum because they are inherently short-term solutions. As businesses grow, evolve, and seek new ways to leverage data, point solutions can’t close the gap between departmental and enterprise-wide deployments. The value of data democratization breaks down when it can’t scale.
- MicroStrategy have been focused on building software that helps our customers leverage the power of their data for more than 25 years. MicroStrategy 10 is the only analytics solution on the market that successfully combines data discovery and enterprise analytics in a single platform, where customers are using it not just as departemental discovery tool but true enterprise grade analytic platform.
There was never better time for QLIK users to make the switch to MicroStrategy.
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