Did you see us at IP EXPO?

For the second year in a row, we attended IP EXPO as Europe’s largest enterprise event headed to the Excel centre in London this October.

There we were joined by members of the Qlik UK team, including Paul Winsor. Paul is Qlik’s Director of Retail & Services Market Development and he hosted a seminar session on day one that investigated the value of IoT data.

His talk went down a storm and there wasn’t a spare seat inside the Analytics Theatre as he explained the challenge of making IoT data accessible and understandable. That’s no small task considering there’s going to be anything from 50 to 200 billion IoT devices being utilised by 2020 (that’s around 20x more connected devices per person than today).

As it happens, Paul put people’s minds at rest by explaining the crucial role Qlik is likely to play in the digestion and dissemination of this data… thanks Paul!

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I do think Paul’s talk was one of the best seminar sessions at the event, but you may call me biased. It’s true there was plenty of expert opinion and knowledge around analytics, IoT and key factors in the understanding and capturing of business data. That said, we all know Qlik are the leading experts when it comes to understanding business data and Ometis are the UK’s largest dedicated Qlik provider. By default, I feel that makes us the leading BI experts in the country but if you want more proof, then please don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Overall, we joined more than 300 exhibitors at the event which was bursting with CIOs, heads of IT and heads of insight. That’s why it’s become such an important part of the Ometis calendar and one we do not want to disappoint at. And we certainly didn’t disappoint this year. Whether it was my excellent humour, Andy’s tight trousers or Chris’ youthful good looks, we were lucky enough to meet hundreds of people, all of whom were interested in learning more about Qlik’s innovative platform.

Then again, it could have been the free mints, pens and bottle openers!

By Neil Thorne

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