1. Fox Sports using QlikView to improve sales performance:  Fox Sports Pulse has deployed a solution using Qlik to analyse customer registration and purchase data to improve sales performance. It’s interesting to broad range of customers who use QlikView. According Mathew Lalor, General Manager, Finance for Fox Sports Pulse said – “There’s no question that our sales opportunities have increased now that we can view different data sets with the QlikView dashboard,” .

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2. COOK makes key decisions on Christmas stock with QlikView: Frozen ready-meals manufacturer and retailer COOK has selected business intelligence IT specialist Informance to develop a QlikView Christmas Stock Tracker App that will give it insight into customer buying trends, inventory and margins during the festive period. The QlikView dashboards will provide COOK with complete visibility across its manufacturing and retail business with instant information analysis using the data stored in its enterprise resource planning system, which encompasses manufacturing, finance, stock, warehousing, distribution, electronic point-of-sale and customer relationship management.

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3. Qlik Chief Operating Officer – Leslie Bonney Sells Shares: Leslie Bonney unloaded 53,892 shares of the company’s stock on the open market in a transaction dated Monday, December 1st. The stock was sold at an average price of $30.53, for a total value of $1,645,322.76. Most recently we had seen one more Qlik’s senior leaders going to open market.

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4. Blog post of the week – “Function With Flexible, Choosable Dimensions”: Tim Benoit show us a powerful technique using the Aggr() function where users will have flexiblity to pick specific field names for dynamic aggregation. This is very useful when you wanted to provide flexibility to power users. This technique is not limited to Aggr() function, we can use this technique with other expressions. Thank you Tim!

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