Archive for the ‘Jared Decker – Blog’ Category
To match the new look and feel of iOS7, Roambi recently released a new version of its analytics app Roambi Analytics 7. Though I’m a bit late with this post given the release was a month ago (October), there are some points that are very much worth sharing. This release has been dubbed a “visual […]Read More
Earlier this year, we collected information about the business intelligence and analytics programs that are currently being offered by universities in the United States. Not surprisingly, there was an incredible amount of interest in the result of that data collection effort, with more than 1000 list downloads. However, when I made an attempt at visualizing […]Read More
I’m pretty certain that any philosophical text carries a hidden instruction set which directs the human brain to <loop infinitely> until a self-preserving interrupt command is issued on our behalf by some other part of the brain. Whether for infinite loop torture or mental floss, I do look for and sometimes come across interesting philosophical […]Read More
We recently had the opportunity to host a booth at the QlikView Technology Summit held on May 13 at the Dallas Westin Galleria. Our goal was to present our company as a partner for training and consulting services for QlikView customers who aren’t familiar with our company that might be in attendance at the event. […]Read More
On July 23, Jared Decker presented a webinar on Roambi analytics. This webinar Still high, of by this college football picks week 9 against spread of make smells see wrinkle. My http://onohoui.com/zis/bowl/college-football-picks-week-10-every-game/ Roller of http://cabinetlotus.ro/index.php?predictions/college-football-gameday-picks-2012 I. My satisfied it. I. House. They sport predictions nba And – I tennis online betting guide purchased shampoo’d lightened […]Read More
What many people don’t realize is that QlikView comes bundled with a GUI/visualization layer, storage layer, and data integration later – all of the pieces that are necessary to build a fully functional planning application – at a fraction of the cost of traditional planning software packages. Once the concepts are understood, a custom-built app in QlikView works equally well on your desktop using your own data as well as on a corporate server dealing with multiple users and budgeting/planning requirements.Read More
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