QlikView Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

QlikView

Guided analytics apps for business insight

4.31/5 (78 reviews)

QlikView Pricing

Starting from: $1350.00

Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription

Personal Edition: FREE unlimited access

Enterprise Edition: Contact QlikView for licensing options

QlikView is offered through a combination of server-, user-, document- and application-based licensing. Contact QlikView for pricing information.

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Pricing Comparison

How does QlikView compare with other Business Intelligence & Analytics apps?

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QlikView Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Low cost against BO, Cognos,... You can simple use Tables, databases, web tables and a lot of other kind of connection to use the data.
  • Good Graphics Good slicing feature Can handle terabytes of data Its in memory stuff brings gigs of server storage space that might turn a pro into a con
  • Easy to get started, very intuitive for end users, great data and image output capabilities, simple to use over multiple data sources within one document.
  • Once the basics of qlikview scripting are overcome qlikview is a highly customisable and powerful tool. It is amazing for producing dashboards for every kind of report.
Cons
  • Creating geographic mapping charts is pretty complex unless third-party add-ons are purchased.
  • It don´t have a flexible map as a standard. You should acquire a "Geo Analysis" add in for a best use.
  • This product requires a lot of SQL knowledge which can lead to high costs employing someone with a SQL background or using a consultant.
  • It is not user friendly enough for users to build their own charts or identify patterns. Any change needs to be re-coded and deployed. User licenses are expensive as well.
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9 reviewers had the following to say about QlikView's pricing:

Jennifer Pierson

Fully functioned, extensible, financially viable analytics platform

Reviewed 2016-06-20
Review Source: Software Advice

Cost is low compared to value. Truly connects to any data source. Data governance, security, and user adoption rates couldn't be better. Directly embed into EHR workflows to deliver maximum value to end users. Extremely fast timeline associated with production application development. Ease of use in the context of truly 360 degree data access.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Manuel Franco

Ease and powerfull BI analysis tool

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2017-10-19
Review Source: Software Advice

I recommend the tool. Friendly user, you can have very good dashboards using only a simple spreadsheet.Low cost against BO, Cognos,... You can simple use Tables, databases, web tables and a lot of other kind of connection to use the data.

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Rinki Brahmbhatt

Qlikview expensive to implement

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2017-09-05
Review Source: Software Advice

After implementing 3 projects, I was so convinced I am not even close to not so familiar, not so user friendly, not so popular tool to the people who would ask to use. I read its manual and couldn't code anything close to what I could quickly on my day 1 in Power BI and Tableau kinda toolGood Graphics Good slicing feature Can handle terabytes of data Its in memory stuff brings gigs of server storage space that might turn a pro into a con

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Anonymous

Great tool! So powerful!

Used daily for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-03-09
Review Source: Capterra

I can add value to my company.Once the basics of qlikview scripting are overcome qlikview is a highly customisable and powerful tool. It is amazing for producing dashboards for every kind of report.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Brandon Droy

Somewhat clunky but overall it gets the job done

Used weekly for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2017-07-11
Review Source: Software Advice

After you spend some time with the product it begin to gain a lot of value for an organization. It also has a lot of customization options that are not currently offered in Qlik Sense.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Luca Campanelli

A great reporting or dwh software

Used weekly for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-02-02
Review Source: Capterra

Integration data and reporting with pixel perfect results.Excellent pixel perfect software (unlike Qlik Sense) allows you to create dashboards and advanced reports, the platform is complete and allows you to read data from multiple data sources, the tools provided are the classic tools of reporting software and allows you to customize to the maximum your needs.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Gopal Sundararaman

Good reporting tool for static reports

Reviewed 2016-09-12
Review Source: Software Advice

Qlikview is good reporting/BI tool for developing complex reports. Once the reports are developed, users can apply multiple filters to drill down into specifics. It has a a great export to excel feature as well.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Steve Dark

QlikView - Delivering 'Jaw Drop' business intelligence

Reviewed 2014-01-15
Review Source: Software Advice

Back when I was a SQL developer, I was told I was to sit in on a demo of a GUI-driven reporting solution I was skeptical of what it would deliver. However, when I saw what the associative engine was doing in filtering data without having to write queries, it was nothing short of a revelation. Building solutions with QlikView is what I wanted to be doing. Since that moment I have been lucky enough to be able to demo QlikView to a large number of people - giving them that same 'Jaw Drop' experience.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight

Rob Gittins

QlikView Business Intelligence - A Beginners View

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2016-10-13
Review Source: Capterra

We recently adopted QlikView as our Business Intelligence application, using it primarily to draw from and combine data from three different databases. It is a very cool product that is great for everything from producing regular standard governance reports to providing a playground for cutting and exploring data every which way. For beginners it is pretty easy to get going with QlikView. There is a 'wizard' approach to connecting to data sources and creating a dashboard (I found this most useful when connecting to Excel files). Learning the basics is remarkably quick and easy. Using an existing dashboard is very intuitive with multiple ways to drill down and filter. As well as the obvious clicking on one or more selections on a list approach to filtering and drilling into data you can click directly on chart elements or items in a chart legend, or click and drag over visual elements to achieve the same result. A range of data and image copy/export options can be added as icons to the menu bars at the top of every object - ideal for quickly dropping tables or charts directly into documents. First appearances may give you the impression that this is a fairly simple and limited piece of software, but don't be deceived. Under the hood there is a huge amount of capability hiding, though beyond the basics there is a steeper learning curve for BI newbies like myself. Support exists through a mix of videos, blogs and forums, and there is a downloadable comprehensive 900 plus page guide. Where data is drawn from a mix of sources QlikView will assume that fields with exactly the same name in different datasources are the same thing, and will create links between the different data tables based on these. This can be great and can save time manually matching fields, but it can also create data 'loops' that require a bit of re-naming in the data load statements to fix. As well as vastly improving our understanding of our business at a reasonable financial cost I have found this to be both an easy way to learn BI basics and a great platform for moving up to a more intermediate level of dashboard creation. If an easy to use geographic location mapping option was included this would be a hard product to fault.Easy to get started, very intuitive for end users, great data and image output capabilities, simple to use over multiple data sources within one document.

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Guided analytics apps for business insight