QlikTech, Capgemini tie up for biz info mgmt

By : |June 30, 2011 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: QlikTech, a business intelligence solutions provider, on Friday announced that it has entered into a global partnership agreement with Capgemini, a provider of consulting, technology and outsourcing services, to offer its customers added-value services and solutions for the QlikView Business Discovery platform.

The partnership will extend across Capgemini’s Global Business Information Management (BIM) Practice of over 7,000 people, said a press release.

Christian Becht, director for Business Information Management at Capgemini, said, “As part of our growth strategy for our BIM Service Line we are continually looking to invest in solutions and delivery capabilities with leading technology partners. We also find that customers are increasingly looking for easy-to-use and quick-to-deploy analytics, which are complementary to the traditional business intelligence solutions they have in place.”

He added that through the deployment of QlikView’s Business Discovery platform, Capgemini customers will have access to user-driven business intelligence, new governance models and time to market acceleration.

Capgemini has invested in methodologies and accelerators to support the implementation of QlikView in different environments while ensuring efficiency at each stage of the project. Based on its experience of BIM projects, Capgemini has developed specific QlikView usage scenarios and solutions to ensure data-quality when creating QlikView apps.

Leveraging its experience with QlikView, Capgemini is building vertical portfolio approaches in the areas such as Production Analytics and Manufacturing Execution Systems.

“Organizations are looking for the type of enterprise class services that Capgemini can offer to implement QlikView in environments with existing business intelligence solutions. QlikView’s Business Discovery platform delivers capabilities to empower business users with agility to access information without disrupting current architecture,” said Peter McQuade, QlikTech’s VP of Global Alliances.

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