Review Qlik Discovery & Booster Day 2022 Zurich

Published on 01.11.2022

Thanks to our BI community, our Qlik Discovery & Booster Day has once again confirmed itself as a trendsetting event this year.


True to this year's motto "LEVEL UP YOUR QLIK KNOWLEDGE", we were able to climb new BI heights together. Once again, Informatec presented news and trends from the data analytics environment and enriched its guests with insights from the Qlik ecosystem.

This year, our iVIEW product family, which serves to optimise and scale your Qlik platform thanks to the proven Data Automation Framework, enjoyed special attention.

We look back on an exciting day with top-class customer presentations (many thanks to Stäubli International AG, University Hospital Basel, EDEKA Südwest Fleisch), demos and workshops and thank our guest speaker Didier Cuche, former ski racer, for the inspiring keynote address followed by a meet & greet!

Informatec Qlik Discovery & Booster Day 2022

The added value of our partner contributions deserves special mention:

  • Consilix, our spin-off, together with Rahn AG, gave us an instructive insight into SAP data-based sales and financial planning with an impressive Jedox demo
  • Mail & Deploy made it rain; namely reporting solutions for Qlik and thus created a lot of atmosphere
  • Calyps demonstrated ways and means to optimise planning in the healthcare industry with Saniia, the AI solution for hospitals
  • CSB System gave us an insight into their project integration of ERP data from the food industry with EDEKA Südwest Fleisch.

We are once again pleased about the lively participation and the positive feedback! 



Submitted by Robert Kopf on Wed, 02.11.2022 - 06:46

Wirklich ein unvergesslicher Tag - unheimlich informativ aber auch abwechslungsreich. Natürlich mit dem Highlight Didier Cuche.
Vielen Dank, dass Informatec dies alles organisiert hat und ich dabei sein durfte.

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