Agenda

The conference will centre around a range of business intelligence applications presented by different Qlik university users. Each session will last around 30-45 minutes. BME will also be showing Qlik features and related products that we feel can add value to business intelligence at your university. In this way, you can discover new insights where business intelligence could benefit your institution.

We also pleased to announce that we have a guest speaker this year. Andy Youell is a writer, speaker and strategic data advisor. Formerly the Director of Data Policy and Governance at HESA, Andy has been at the leading edge of data issues across higher education for over 25 years. His work has covered all aspects of the data and systems lifecycle and in recent years has focussed on improving the HE sector’s relationship with data.

 

Thursday 16 May
1.00pm – 2.00pm
Arrival, lunch & registration

2.00pm – 4.15pm
Qlik user day sessions

4.30pm – 5.30pm
Networking drinks

5.30pm – 7.30pm
Edinburgh Walking Tour

7.30pm – 10.00pm
Terrace Barbeque

 

Friday 17 May
10.00am – 1.00pm
Qlik user sessions

12.45pm – 2.00pm
Networking Lunch

2.00pm – 3.30pm
Qlik user sessions

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Note – the below agenda is subject to modifications.

DRAFT SESSION AGENDA

SESSION TOPIC PRESENTER

Data, data everywhere

An exploration of the rapidly changing HE data landscape and the data capabilities that HE providers need to develop for the future.  Formerly the Director of Data Policy and Governance at HESA, Andy has been at the leading edge of data issues across higher education for over 25 years.
Andy Youell

The devil is in the detail
Executive management want to see a few high level metrics, whilst operational staff need to see data at a detailed level. Qlikview helps us communicate the full story, presented appropriately, to overcome the challenge of conflicting user requirements.
University of Salford

Alternative to Qlikview Access Point & visualising KPIs
A fresh look at the Qlikview server landing page and app selection, including innovative ways to visualise KPIs.
University of the West of Scotland

Qlikview & Qlik Sense – Dual use
80% of the work you have done in Qlikview can be re-used in Qlik Sense.  See the features of the latest version of Qlik Sense and understand how you can Dual Use Qlikview and Qlik Sense.
BME Solutions

Modernising the presentation of data
Detail to be provided shortly.
Anglia Ruskin University
 

University Applications Tracker (STATs)
Qlikview implementation as a business improvement service. Realising the long-term, transformative value of effectively leveraging analytics within the admissions cycle.

University of Strathclyde

Making Sense of student recruitment
Using Qlik Sense to analyse and present student recruitment data.
University of St Andrews

Managing your Qlikview license estate
Exploring the range of QlikView license options available; and how Bath Spa have used a range of these to maximise user access levels, whilst maintaining an uninterrupted service experience for the front end QlikView user.
Bath Spa University

GeoAnalytics and presenting geographic data
Understanding the benefits of using the Qlik GeoAnalytics extension.
BME Solutions


 

 

 


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