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Visit us at the Qlik Swiss Analytics Day on 17 May 2018 in Zurich and discoverthe latest trends in Business Intelligence and Data Analytics.
Without powerful analysis, no company can manage the flood of information. However, developments are emerging in BI and analytics that are significantly changing our understanding of data analysis.
On Thursday, May 17, 2018, Qlik experts, partners and customers will show you the future of Analytics. Reserve your afternoon and find out first-hand what the current trends mean in practice:
Keyword Analytics Economy and Data Competence
The more employees are familiar with data analysis, the more your company benefits. If sensors automatically collect data and independently determine the maintenance of machines, technicians should also be able to evaluate this information in real time. Learn how Qlik's powerful and intuitive solutions can help you meet these needs.
Keyword Edge Computing
With the amount of data collected everywhere, a central data management model in the data center or in the cloud no longer makes sense. But how do you break open existing information silos without creating new ones? Our experts point the way.
Keyword Augmentend Intelligence
Artificial intelligence will play an important role in the data analysis of the future. Wizards, agents and bots combined with classic elements such as dashboards and visualizations support users and provide for an even faster and better knowledge gain.
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Informatec, Qlik Elite Solution Provider and #1 reference partner for DACH, will be attending this event as a partner and will present an interesting customer presentation:
Head of Asset & Business Services
IWB (Industrielle Werke Basel)
After studying economics in Basel, several stays abroad and the sale of the family business, Mr. Schmidlin developed management systems in the armaments industry as a senior consultant. In 2011, he entered the utilities industry and built up the asset management of its power plant investments, consisting of large hydro, wind and solar power plants, for IWB. Today, Mr. Schmidlin heads the Asset and Business Services division, which, among other things, is setting up a system for better management of power plant holdings.
Intelligent management of wind farms - IWB exploits IoT potential with Qlik
Digitalization is also increasingly influencing the business of traditional energy suppliers. Following the "Utility 4.0" concept, IWB, the Basel-based energy utility, is taking a leading role in the transformation into the digital energy service provider of the future. IWB monitors, analyses and controls its wind farms centrally with a cloud-based software solution based on Qlik.
Success Story IWB