Qlikview Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Qlik [pronounced "klik"] (formerly known as Qliktech) provides an end-to-end platform which includes data integration, user-driven business intelligence and conversational analytics. The software company was founded in 1993 in Lund, Sweden and is now based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, United States. The company's main products are QlikView and Qlik Sense, both software for business intelligen
Advanced Scaffolder (Former Employee) says"My time at this company was brief stint where i didn't have a huge amount of ineration with lots of colleagues. Work from home was a policy heavily utilised"
Support Engineer (Former Employee) says"Save your health and time. Basically the company is a sinking boat. They command chain is only good to put pressure on the people at the end of it. There is zero management, and literally because the managers quit all the time.Bad management and discriminatory policy"
It person (Former Employee) says"What a bunch of nasty people! Back-stabbing is the order of the day. I had 3 managers in six months, all off-site, so there was no way to develop a relationship of rapport. There really wan't a lot of work to do. Maybe that's why people were so nasty. Glad they got bought and hope that the new owners continue to clean house.benefitsco-workers and managers"
Sr. Tech/Project (Former Employee) says"not good for contractors, once contract is over and they are not in a position to pay salaries. Even they are not suppose to put any projects/clients."
concierge for clients and staff (Former Employee) says"Great experience i only worked at the front desk . but would ha e loved to be apart of the company . my manager was very undure and all over the place"
Sole Proprietor (Current Employee) says"This position required too much of my time. I was convinced of the efficacy of data visualization and the use of a specific tool, QlikView, on large datasets to help others rapidly transform very large, complex datasets into easily accessible and useful information. I am still convinced. The problem is that I am only one set of hands.Set my own schedule. Solve interesting problems for people.Running your own business is hard, time consuming work. There aren't enough hours in the day."
Culture & Talent (HR) says"Great product with a lot of potential. Wonderful resource to learn about BI industry and data analytics. Long hours due to global collaboration. Very good benefits."
Management (Current Employee) says"Overall, Qlik is privately owned, which is grabbing all attention as it seeks to either go public or be acquired. The vision is a struggle right now, but overall it is a good company with an amazing product line."
Director of Sales (Former Employee) says"Qlik has a great product and good technology behind it. The company is VERY East Coast based with very little attention paid to the West Coast. Executive Sales management is very isolated and weak. The hardest part of the job was getting exposure to the powers that be on the East Coast. The most enjoyable part of the job was engaging with customers that love the product."
Director, Consulting Services, DACH & Nordics (Current Employee) says"- sehr flexible Arbeitskultur - gute Kollegen - gutes Produkt"
Senior Solution Architect (Former Employee) says"製品は良いが、チャレンジングな仕事が少なく成長の機会が少なく感じた。離職率も高く、うまく回っていない印象。ワークライフバランス良い成長機会少ない"
Senior Manager, Product Marketing (Current Employee) says"Used to be market leader but has fallen behind. Recent layoffs. Still has promising future and opportunity but needs to excel at execution and change business model"
Sales (Former Employee) says"Very difficult sale in today’s marketplace. Very small Canadian presence but the company is rebuilding. Overall had a very good experience during my tenure."
Solutions Development Representative (Former Employee) says"Made some ok money there Great network, met great people great culture, lots of events, fun things to do but then it eventually got bought out by a private equity group, laid the entire office off Jan 2018 tread carefully as company going through major changesthe peoplethe exec level management"