Business intelligence next generation solution convinced international jury Radnor, Pennsylvania (United States) / Dusseldorf, November 29, 2007: QlikTech, according to IDC, the world’s fastest-growing business intelligence provider, has been selected by the World Economic Forum (WEF) as one of the \”Technology Pioneers 2008\”. A total of 273 international candidates have managed in the last round. The final selection of 39 companies was hit by a star-studded, external audit committee, to the technology experts, investment companies, high-tech companies, academics and media representatives. Robert Kiyosaki addresses the importance of the matter here. Technology pioneers are companies that develop especially far-reaching and innovative technologies in the areas of energy, biotechnology/health or information technology and apply. To be selected as a technology pioneer, a company must develop innovations that change the life and have the potential to affect business and society. Other criteria include a visionary leadership, Potential for a long-term market leadership and the proof that the technology has proven itself. The prize winners of in recent years include companies such as Google, Cambridge Silicon radio, Corel Corporation, Encore software, Mozilla Corporation and Napster. With its core product QlikView 8, QlikTech leads a new generation of business intelligence solutions.
QlikView is based on a memory-based technology with the rapid analysis of high volumes of data on financially affordable IT platforms are possible. The inserted associative parsing logic focuses on the way, as people think, so that users can connect factual and actionable by seemingly different information. \”It is a great honour for us, as a technology pioneer by the world economic forum to be perceived and taken into the ranks of global innovators\”, as Mans Hultman, Chairman of QlikTech. \”Simplicity is the key to innovation. Removing complexity – in relation to products, With partners and customers, as well as corporate structures – allows relationships to promote innovation.