This release brings new visualization capabilities that broaden the analytics capabilities in Qlik Sense. Some of these enhancements include a new Mekko chart, expanded accumulation options in our bar chart, line chart, combo chart, and table.
This release also includes improvements to our Visualization Bundle with trellis container enhancements; and finally, we have delivered new table styling options for improved control over look and feel.
These visualizations will likely increase the use of Qlik Sense across our customer base providing new ways to deliver insights.
Run Qlikview with Qlik SenseThe Qlik Sense November 2019 release also adds the ability to run QlikView apps in cloud editions of Qlik Sense, making it easier for QlikView customers to modernize their analytics. Users can consume QlikView alongside Qlik Sense through a common hub and infrastructure. This is a key step in setting the stage for infrastructure cost reduction, deployment simplification and significant reduction of entitlement management challenges for our QlikView customers. This is the first of two phases to further support our co-existence strategy.
Improved Enterprise Reporting
We continue to improve our enterprise reporting capabilities for new and existing customers. This release includes the highly anticipated NPrinting 16 to NPrinting 19 migration tool, which offers our customers an easy and automated way to migrate content from NPrinting 16 to Qlik NPrinting 19. We have also delivered new feature enhancements, including variable-based filter support to provide an easy way to dynamically filter report content, and have improved on-demand reporting for more flexibility and extensibility in Qlik Sense.
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