OVS, an Italian value fashion retailer, has deployed Qlik Sense in the sourcing and supply department to streamline purchasing departments across the organizations.
Since 2011, QlikView has become a tool for operations across the company to shorten processing time and speed analysis and to carry out advanced analysis of logistics control, assortment planning, order entry and product delivery.
Based on the success of QlikView, OVS decided to expand the use of Qlik throughout the organization and identified Qlik Sense for self service and data visualization.
Qlik Sense will help users with data analysis for product collections and the status of orders and arrivals. By empowering front line users, employees can increase productivity and make informed decisions faster and employees need not to visit the management team every time.
Qlik Sense makes visual dashboard creation simple and intuitive, makes it easy to explore data and connects to multiple data sources to provide more comprehensive views.
“QlikView is a flexible tool that allows us to do all different types of analyses. The platform helps us to save time and identify trends, which weren’t recognizable before. We have decided to expand our use of Qlik throughout the organization via Qlik Sense to further increase the autonomy of our end users,” said Renzo Grotto, manager supply chain application development group, OVS.
Meanwhile, Mission Health has signed a partnership agreement to extend its use of Qlik. Mission Health will be leveraging both QlikView and Qlik Sense to address the need for guided analytics and self service virtualization across the organization.
Mahindra & Mahindra is also using QlikView to transform the way the organization uses data for reporting, analysis, and decision making.