Explore supply chain data in unprecedented ways.
Analyze, visualize, and explore relationships between complex data sources, driving better business results and a competitive edge.
Connect and manage your supply chain from end to end while increasing visibility, reducing risks, and optimizing operations.
Qlik lets you explore all of the data and processes impacting your supply chain in ways you never could have imagined.
Qlik helps simplify supply chain analytics, helping make new associations between once disparate systems to reveal hidden relationships.
Supply chains are complex. From forecasting and planning, to production, warehousing, and transportation, all aspects must be finely tuned.
View sales and stock at SKU level, analyze items in store, warehouse and in transit, and use this insight to improve demand forecasting and drive higher availability.
Discover how easy it is to manage expenses by optimizing shipments. Get full visibility into shipments across different carriers and products while ensuring full SLAs are being met.
Supply Chain Digest's major benchmark report on supply chain analytics based on a global survey of supply chain managers.
With Qlik, you can discover the whole story that lives within your supply chain data.
Want to create a resilient supply chain that drives growth? Check out this eBook to see how visual analytics can help you balance competing priorities by improving insight in 10 performance areas.
”Qlik Sense excels in rapidly visualizing data and that's something that is so important for our reporting to customers. It gives them an understanding of their data at a glance and an overview of their logistics processes in an engaging, easy-to-use interface.”
”Qlik Sense’s capabilities enable our customers to manage their supply chain independently. Providing our customers with simple access to data is a strong competitive advantage for arvato.”
”Having control over our entire supply chain and being able to analyze trends using an intelligent system brings us more value than could ever be expressed in monetary terms.”