A leading software company, Qlik, that offers business analytics platform to customers, recently expanded its real-time data integration and cloud analytics services for snowflake data cloud. These enhancements will enable customers to efficiently utilize the snowflake data cloud platform by allowing them to easily provide real-time data to snowflake and seamlessly access data in real-time.

Qlik’s enhanced cloud analytics services for snowflake will help customers obtain more value from real-time data. The enhanced data query feature will allow users to automatically generate pushdown SQL to query snowflake from Qlik sense. It is aimed at optimizing snowflake queries with immediate access to recent data while creating visualizations and dashboards in Qlik sense to facilitate elevated user experience.

Tarik Dwiek, Head of Technology Alliances at Snowflake, said, “Customers are looking to augment their investment in Snowflake with services that accelerate the access and availability of near real-time data for modern analytics. We are excited about Qlik’s latest SaaS platform integrations with Snowflake, which can make it easier for customers to leverage near real-time data through Snowflake to improve decision-making across the organization with up-to-date insights.”

Qlik’s enhanced data cloud services for snowflake includes instant change data capture and seamless migration of databases, SAP, SaaS applications, and mainframe in snowflake. In addition to this, Qlik will also offer data warehouse automation for generating model-driven code which will help in reducing time, cost, and risk on the snowflake platform.

We’re seeing continued customer success and growth in demand to leverage Qlik and Snowflake together to advance cloud data analytics strategies. These recent new features and enhancements, including Direct Query capabilities and Cloud Data Integration Services, are part of our continued investments to innovate and help customers accelerate time to value and drive more insights and action from their data”, said Itamar Ankorion, SVP of Technology Alliances at Qlik.