Visual analytics firm Qlik announced that Baidu, world’s largest Chinese search engine is using Qlik Sense to improve its cloud services platform and provide an enhanced data analytics experience to its customers.
Qlik Sense will be integrated into Baidu Palo to enable self-serving visualization analytics on the Palo OLAP engine, giving Chinese enterprises the ability to achieve greater agility in aggregating data from various sources to make data driven business intelligence decisions. Start-ups in China especially those enterprises on Baidu Cloud will have greater support in driving data analytics among cloud or filed sources with this development in the search engine.
This will enable all individuals within the organization to obtain insights in near real-time from intuitive, easy-to-use personal visual analytics dashboards and applications. In addition, Qlik Sense allows users to quickly visualize and explore data in depth, reveal associations, and derive insights to drive better business decisions.
We are very excited to implement Qlik Sense into Palo OLAP to provide users in China with innovative self-service visual analytics. Qlik Sense has an open API and powerful features, and is suitable for enterprise level applications. The close cooperation and technical integration of the two companies has led to more powerful and flexible business intelligence solutions, which will greatly enhance the user experience.
said Yang Liu, General Manager, Baidu Open Cloud.
At Qonnections 2016 held in May, the Radnor headquartered firm announced Qlik Sense Enterprise 3.0. Built on a fully integrated, simple, and intuitive visual analytics platform and powered by the patented QIX Associative Indexing Engine, it combines enterprise readiness and governance with best-in-class visualization and data preparation capabilities. This breadth and depth allows organizations to meet the broadest range of BI use cases from a single platform.
Businesses of all sizes using Baidu’s Palo OLAP will now have the ability to take their analysis to a deeper level, leading to a better understanding of their business, as well as their customers.
said Toni Adams, senior vice president Partners and Alliances, Qlik.
The company has offices around the world with more than 1700 partners covering more than 100 countries. Approximately 40,000 customers rely on Qlik solutions to gain meaning out of information from varied sources, exploring the hidden relationships within data that lead to insights that ignite good ideas.