Overview

Qlik® delivers intuitive platform solutions for self-service data visualization, guided analytics applications,embedded analytics and reporting to approximately 35,000 customers worldwide. Federal agencies, state and local governments, educational institutions and systems integrators in more than 100 countries use Qlik solutions to visualize andexplore information, generate insight and make better decisions.

At Qlik, we optimize Business Intelligence by harnessing the collective intelligence of people across an organization. We focus on empowering people—by enabling everyone in an organization to see the whole story that lives within their data.

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Products

Support all of your BI needs with the most complete portfolio available.

Self-service visualization and discovery

Qlik Sense® empowers users throughout your organization. Use drag-and-drop creation to produce smart, interactive data visualizations. Learn more: http://www.qlik.com/products/qlik-sense

Guided Analytics

QlikView® empowers users to create business-driven data discoveries with guided analysis paths that are highly customizable and tightly governed. Learn more: http://www.qlik.com/products/qlikview

Reporting

Qlik® NPrinting enables you to create great-looking reports using data and analytics from Qlik Senseand QlikView. Then distribute them throughout the organization in a flash.Learn more: http://www.qlik.com/products/nprinting

Embedded Analytics

Qlik® Analytics Platform Buildany BI app for exploration and discovery that you can envision. Includes Qlik’s powerful analytics engine, a rich library of embeddable, interactive visualizations, open APIs and tools. Learn more: http://www.qlik.com/products/qlik-analytics-platfo...

External Data Feeds

Qlik® DataMarket supplements your data with useful, relevant and reliable external data. TheQlik Data Market subscription service makes it happen effortlessly. Learn more: http://www.qlik.com/products/qlik-data-market


Contracts

GSA Schedule Contracts

GSA Schedule 70

GSA Schedule 70 GSA Schedule No. GS-35F-0119Y Term: December 20, 2011- December 19, 2021


SEWP Contracts

SEWP V

Contract Number: Group A Small: NNG15SC03B Group D Other Than Small: NNG15SC27B Term: May 1, 2015 - April 30, 2020


Federal Contracts

ITES-SW

Vendor(s): CoN Certified Term: March 2015-March 2020


State & Local Contracts

City of Seattle Contract

Contract #0000003265 Term: December 19, 2021

CMAS

Contract # CMAS 3-12-70-2247E Term: through September 30, 2017

Fairfax County IT Hardware, Software, & Services

Virginia- Fairfax County CONTRACT EXPIRATION: October 4, 2020 (with 5 option years)

National Intergovernmental Purchasing Alliance (National IPA - TCPN)

Term: through May 31, 2018 (with 2 option renewal years)

Ohio State Contract- 534354

Contract # 534354 Term: December 19, 2021

Orange County National IPA Co-Op

Through May 31, 2020 (with 2 option years)

VASCUPP

Contract Number: UVA1482501 Contract Term: May 2, 2014– December 19, 2021

VITA Contract

Term: through March 31, 2018


Events

Archived Events

Resources

Qlik offers data discovery capabilities that unlock the power of information for financial planning & analysis.

In the digital era, organizations are quickly realizing that the most important differentiator is how they obtain value from information. In other words, it is their analytic capabilities rather than how they run business processes that will make them successful in the marketplace. An important c...

With tight budgets and increased scrutiny of federal spending, agencies need to maximize each dollar spent. As the world’s largest purchaser— with an annual spend of $3.8* trillion in 2014—the US government wields considerable purchasing power. Yet a recent study by the US Governmen...

Big data has less to do with size and more to do with the growing recognition that data and analysis have a seemingly limitless potential for improving government and society. We’re already harnessing the power of big data in everything from national security to healthcare, from making our stre...

Having shouldered much of the federal spending cuts since 2011, the U.S. Army is no stranger to budget cuts. Although a brief reprieve over the past couple of years has reduced some of the impact, the future is looking gloomier. During the annual AUSA conference, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Raymond Odi...

An organization is a collaborative effort by its very nature. Each individual in an organization brings his or her experiences, talents, and skills toward a common mission and goals. Together, this collective effort has the potential to solve more difficult problems and achieve more than any indi...

The new Administration is here. Data calls are coming and there will be increased scrutiny on Federal spending. Imagine being asked to respond to these questions at a moment’s notice: What was our agency’s spend on services?What about spend on IT infrastructure?How did we validate vendor spend...

With tight budgets and increased scrutiny on Federal spending, agencies need to get the most from each dollar spent. As the world’s largest purchaser—with 2016 annual spend of $3.9 trillion—the US government wields considerable purchasing power. Yet spend data often lives in silos, making ...

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) coordinates multiple agencies, programs and personnel to ensure our homeland is safe, secure, and resilient against terrorism and other hazards. From deterring terrorist attacks and safeguarding national borders to responding to major emergencies and...

Does your agency have the resources needed to execute mission and program goals? Are you able to identify and plan for current and future skill gaps? Are you efficiently and effectively recruiting and retaining top talent? How will you manage critical gaps during a hiring freeze?