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Do you want to save time and cost required to configure complex dataflows in your organization? Are you looking to implement solutions quicker? Are you a developer looking to simplify the ETL process and quicker deployment directly to Qlik?
At last, there is a revolutionary solution iVIEW Dataflow that makes your development process more efficient. iVIEW Dataflow is a low-code framework for Qlik that helps you save time and money.
Everything is configured in a central repository so there is no need to make changes to the code, no need to make multiple updates when conditions change. iVIEW Dataflow allows for a faster turnaround time when building a data model, which means quicker implementation.
All workflows are structured according to Qlik’s best practices and compatible with an integrative corporate Business Intelligence strategy. Give your Qlik projects a standardized structure and simplify your deployment process with a comprehensible, easy-to-read ETL logic.
iVIEW Dataflow is a low-code framework for Qlik that allows you to generate fully automated and controllable data processes (ETL).
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Take the step towards more data freedom and flexibility with iVIEW Dataflow. With a user-friendly, web-oriented interface and a low-code approach, your data processes are simplified, cleanly structured and tailored to the modern data organization in your company
Join us for our webinar on March 28 at 11 a.m. in English and learn how iVIEW Dataflow, as a Qlik-integrated solution, breaks down the boundaries between business and IT with automation and transparency.
Go-to-Market Product Manager
Phong Le Thanh
Submitted by Roger Palla on Tue, 11.04.2023 - 10:13
Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren. Leider konnte ich bei diesem Webinar nicht dabei sein. Gibt es eine zugängliche Aufzeichnung für Interessierte?
Besten Dank und freundliche Grüsse