Fifty Organizations in 18 Countries Using QlikView Through Change Their World Grant Program
QlikView Business Discovery platform empowers humanitarian organizations to deliver more efficient, effective outcomes in serving the world’s most vulnerable people
QlikTech, (NASDAQ: QLIK) a leader in Business Discovery – user-driven Business Intelligence (BI), today announced that its global corporate social responsibility program, Change Their World, has awarded 50 grants in 18 countries on 6 continents since launching in February 2010. Nonprofit organizations can apply for a QlikView Change Their World grant to receive free QlikView licenses, deployment and training to help them to gain visibility into data sources that can accelerate outcomes, connect donors with recipients, and make their good work better. Change Their World’s growth proves that QlikView is opening up infinite possibilities for advancing causes for the greater good.
Humanitarian and community-based grant recipients range from those that:
- Support those impacted by AIDS: HopeHIV (UK) and Star for Life (Africa)
- Help the poor: Christian Revival Centre (Uganda), World Vision (in APAC and US), and Caritas Spain
- Promote and defend children’s rights: Plan International Spain and Plan Norge (Norway)
- Empower women and girls in Africa: Zabuntu Zambia
- Provide community services: Darussafaka Cemiyeti (services for orphans in Turkey), Handicap International (services for the disabled in Germany), SHEKEL (special needs services in Israel), Sunshine Inc (services for disadvantaged and special needs children in US), and Haus der Barmherzigkeit (care for the elderly in Germany)
- Provide emergency support: Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency (US) and Swedish Sea Rescue
“We are thrilled with the momentum of our Change Their World grant program,” said Lars Björk, CEO at QlikTech. "In tandem with an overwhelming response from QlikTech partners and employees, we have created a powerful community of giving that is empowering organizations at the forefront of charitable causes with an effective solution that allows them to focus on and carry out their good work."
Additional organizations that are leveraging QlikView grants include:
- Doctors Without Borders (Sweden) is an international humanitarian medical organization with the mission to save lives and alleviate suffering. Doctors Without Borders is using QlikView to gain more information and effectively communicate with their target donor segments. The fundraising team has been able to track the results of campaigns and dig deeper into donors – from response rates to lifetime value of individual donors. The organization’s most valuable use of QlikView has been to visualize a five-year perspective, where they can compare the past to the future to more strategically make campaign decisions.
- KIPP New Orleans, the Knowledge Is Power Program, (USA) is a national network of free open-enrollment college preparatory schools dedicated to preparing students in underserved communities for success in college and life. Recognizing the vast amounts of data in the education world, KIPP uses QlikView to enable teachers to better track students’ progress. KIPP New Orleans deployed QlikView to over 190 teachers and found the benefits overwhelming. Teachers are now able to input data about each student classroom performance, analyze it, and then quickly act on it as necessary whether that is changing curriculum or flagging an important need to parents.
- HOPEHIV (United Kingdom) is helping some 50,000 vulnerable children and young people in 26 partner organizations across sub-Saharan Africa. Through its use of QlikView, HOPEHIV is starting to gauge how effective and efficient its fundraising strategies are to make better decisions about how to allocate critical funds.
- The Shift Project (France), a think tank centered on climate change and energy issues, required a tool that allowed users to not only analyze but visualize global energy statistics. The organization integrated QlikView into its data portal, the first of its kind to provide immediate and free access to a wide range of datasets. Saving over €30,000 euros (approximately $39,000 dollars), The Shift Project has been able to create a user-friendly source of improved data for the public and has also begun to implement QlikView in human resources.
- The Philadelphia Youth Network (USA) is a workforce development organization for local youth. PYN deployed QlikView to support its finance, workforce development, student payroll, and student activities departments. In employment costs alone PYN has been able to save to $30,000-$75,000 a year. PYN plans to enable its partner network to view external dashboards and expand its use into other municipalities.
- AIDS Accountability International (Sweden) holds its stakeholder’s accountable through rating tools to increase transparency and empower advocacy for an improved response to AIDS. AAI launched the “Workplace Scorecard” which enables companies to monitor and benchmark their HIV/AIDS strategies and activities in the workplace. QlikView is used to help aggregate the data collected from the various organizations, identifying which need to improve their initiatives. With QlikView, AAI plans to include a wider range of global health and human rights data sources, providing a more complete picture of the response to AIDS.
Philanthropic organizations interested in applying for a Change Their World grant for free QlikView software and services can visit http://www.qlikview.com/changetheirworld.
QlikTech (NASDAQ: QLIK) is a leader in Business Discovery—user-driven Business Intelligence (BI). QlikTech's powerful, accessible Business Discovery solution bridges the gap between traditional business intelligence solutions and standalone office productivity applications. Its QlikView Business Discovery platform enables intuitive user-driven analysis that can be implemented in days or weeks rather than months, years, or not at all. The in-memory associative search technology it pioneered allows users to explore information freely rather than being confined to a predefined path of questions. QlikView Business Discovery works with existing BI applications and adds new capabilities: insight for everyone, zero-wait analysis, mobility, an app–like model, remixability and reassembly, and a social and collaborative experience. Headquartered in Radnor, Pennsylvania, QlikTech has offices around the world serving approximately 25,000 customers in over 100 countries.
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