Jedox, a leading vendor of Enterprise Planning software, unveiled a new connector to Qlik® Sense, Qlik’s Self-Service visual analytics platform for global deployments. The new integration marks the next level of the strategic partnership between Qlik and Jedox that enables organizations to leverage their analytics investment for a unified planning and reporting solution.
The direct connectivity between both the two Self-Service applications Jedox and Tableau enables Tableau users to plan and forecast their data intelligently for sophisticated budgeting and planning across the organization. Jedox clients can seamlessly visualize their data in Tableau’s rapid-fire analytics engine. In order to connect to a Tableau .tde file it is necessary to follow certain procedure: Download Tableau “Tableau
Jedox reports and charts give you a rich interactive experience to find relationships, with interactive visualizations to discover insight. For power users, there are smart ways to enhance those standard Jedox charts, especially if you want to edit the tooltip, or if you want to adjust the design of the diagram. For these scenarios you can use "Highcharts", which offer a
Global partnership combines Qlik’s visual analytics platform with Jedox’s advanced Enterprise Planning and Budgeting capabilities Jedox AG, a leading vendor of Enterprise Planning software, today announced a global partnership with Qlik® (NASDAQ: QLIK), a leader in visual analytics, to provide organizations with enterprise-grade planning, budgeting, and forecasting. “Jedox and Qlik business partners have been asking us for a deeper integration
Two-tone charts…and the challenges of managing multiple series: Dotted line…? One of our customers came with an interesting request: What if you change the graph to a dotted line where it changes from actuals to forecast? Jedox charts are a great way to provide a quick overview of your data. Most of us have used graphs before and are familiar
Super Bowl Sunday is fast approaching! Let's have a look at our Jedox NFL Dashboard (last update was December 2015). The database was a .csv File with every NFL Game Stats (Regular Season) from @darenw (NFLSavant). Lets see the dashboard for the Super Bowl Game this weekend: General Stats about Yards, Touchdowns, Rushes, Passes, Incomplete Passes, Sacks, Interceptions and Fumbles: Carolina got