Bardess Wins Three Coveted Awards at Qonnections 2019
The Bardess Value Chain
A systematic approach to conceptually visualize the strategic journey to insightful business analytics.
Apply artificial intelligence, machine learning, predictive, prescriptive and geospatial capabilities to create meaningful insights that drive additional value.
Visual analytics is key in exposing patterns, relationships, and outliers in the data to users, because data is only useful to the extent that it can be successfully interpreted and analyzed.
Data prep is the most time consuming aspect of an analytics project. Modern tools make it easy to democratize this workflow and keep it scalable and integrated with data governance systems.
Storage and Processing
Any data platform must start with the storage and processing layer, and modern “schema-on-read” architectures and Big Data processing frameworks provide a high-performance, scalable base.
On Demand App Generation
Our front-end custom Qlik Sense extensions and accelerators allow you to generate new analytics based on ad-hoc interactions within existing apps.
Customer 360 Powered by Zero2Hero
Customer 360 powered by Zero2Hero™ enables organizations to better understand their customers, learn from their behavior and deliver personalized interactions based on available data.
A Qlik Sense mashup that converts speech and text to visualizations. When a user speaks or types in English, Text2Viz™ dynamically generates an appropriate chart.
Why choose Bardess?
- We transform data into insights and action, everyday.
- We only hire the best talent. Our senior professionals have functional and industry experience so you can trust their advice.
- We deliver cost effective services with a tangible ROI.
- A level of unmatched flexibility in the industry.
- The Bardess LEAP.
- Our clients consistently discover real business value in our consulting service.
- We have a proven track record of success with major clients.
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Arrays and/or Lists are very common in programming languages. In Qlik scripting there are two ways to go about creating an array of sorts. The first way is storing a list in a variable: The second way is by using a field: Source Result: The main use of these will be...
I can’t tell you how many times a client has said to leave a field in the data model just in case they want to use it later. Just don’t do it. Take it out now, if they want to use it later, then bring it in later. You can easily set up the app so that it is a super...
Here are a few things I strongly suggest in working with Qlik key fields. Make separate key fields* Prefix the field with % Set HidePrefix variable to % Use AutoNumber Because of how the association engine works, you should never use a key field in an expression. It...