In episode 64 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen discusses Qlik and new software integration options it’s offering to customers. Qlik is on our Top 10 Shortlist of Data Modernization Enablers.
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00:36 — Qlik is expanding its “Connector Factory” which aims to expand access to, and delivery of data from, SaaS applications and data sources. Connector Factory currently provides access to about 250 data sources; 100 more sources will be added over the course of 2023.
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00:59 — The Connector Factory represents Qlik’s strategy to connect to, and unlock data from, enterprise sources; this goal is supported by a dedicated research and development team that is rapidly developing connectors for a range of some of the most widely used, and strategically important, enterprise sources through APIs.
01:32 — Qlik is backing up its commitment to provide real-time data delivery and direct access to data, which is a core theme throughout the Qlik product lineup. Qlik is demonstrating its commitment to companies that have a growing reliance on and a breadth of SaaS applications in their ecosystem.
02:04 — Customers will save time that would have otherwise been spent by in-house developers building one-off integrations.
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