Agilos has grown considerably over the last few years, and this means more customers and more requests to manage. And this has consequences … as growth adds complexity to the organisation, communication and management of everyday business. Also did we want to take the customer experience to a next level.
Agreement allows Agilos to help their customers discover what’s behind their Qlik® solution and prepare for GDPR compliance
Gothenburg, Sweden & Brussels, Belgium – November 9, 2017 – NodeGraph, a software company whose mission it is to transform the data governance industry, today announced their partnership with Agilos. This agreement allows Agilos to offer NodeGraph to their Qlik® customers to get a behind-the-scenes look at their Qlik Solution.
Qlik has announced the end of life for QlikView 11 in March 2018… Don’t panic, QlikView is not going away: you still have the option to upgrade to QlikView 12. However, this will imply some effort. Why not take the opportunity to consider moving to Qlik Sense? Here are some keys to help you in this decision.
Agreement Allows Agilos to Promote TimeXtender’s Discovery Hub®
AARHUS, Denmark & Belgium/Luxembourg – October 1, 2017 – TimeXtender, a software leader dedicated to democratizing access to corporate data, today announced their partnership with Agilos. This agreement allows Agilos to offer its new and future clients across Belgium and Luxembourg TimeXtender’s Discovery Hub®, an integrated approach to IT architecture behind business intelligence.
Annual awards honor outstanding achievement and innovation for joint customer success
May 17, 2017 - QONNECTIONS 2017, Orlando, FL – Qlik®, a leader in visual analytics, today announced the winners of its annual global and regional partner Awards. Presented at Qonnections 2017, the Company’s global customer and partner event, the awards recognize the Qlik partner community for excellence in several different categories.
Agilos is the first Global Qlik partner to be QAP qualified by Qlik worldwide.Agilos implements business analytics solutions using the completely revamped Qlik Analytics Platform (QAP). When our customers have to communicate and reach out to a large population of external users, such as business partners, providers, customers, and citizens, we can help. The Qlik technology platform lets us seamlessly integrate visual analytics into an existing web portal (intranet or extranet), web application or through mash ups, and it’s all done using a common governance and security framework.
It is of course an honour to have been nominated in the Trends Gazelles listing this year and we are delighted to be recognised as one of the fastest growing business intelligence companies in the country. It’s a sign, both to our customers and competitors, that we are established and here to stay.
Remark: This case study will be of interest to all of those who want to share benchmark information through a BI extranet, and who need to pull and push data from different data sources wherever they may be.
The healthcare business in Belgium, mainly university and public hospitals, has been able to benchmark its performances without jeopardising confidentiality and security.
Silicon Master ERP customers get better insight thanks to a global Qlik dashboard solution
Brussels, Ans, 28 March 2017 – Agilos, a leading provider of innovative BI expertise and solutions in Belgium and Luxemburg, has signed a solution provider agreement with Brainstorming, a consultancy company implementing ERP Silicon Master as well as the accounting software solutions Sage, BOB50, WinBooks and Popsy. Silicon Master, edited by Silicon Brain, is a recognized ERP solution tailored for small and medium enterprises.
Trends trends trends … so what?
Top 10 tech trends for 2017. Top 5 BI trends for 2017. Etc etc. It’s that time of the year when all those industry watchers, vendors, bloggers and the like come out with their lists and predictions for the new year. It’s not that much different from those ‘5 ways to get rich’ and ’10 ways to lose weight without diet or exercise’ articles. Maybe you’ll find that the latter ones are somewhat less boring than the usual technology trends articles, but the point is (after all): what’s in it for me?