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Australian Govt Dept of Employment chooses Qlik Sense for analytics

04 Jul 16

The Department of Employment in the Australian Government has developed a portal embedding Qlik Sense to provide insights to 'jobactive providers' into their business and performance.

jobactive connects job seekers with employers and is delivered by a network of providers who operate across 1700 locations in Australia, providing employment services to employers and job seekers. 

The Department of Employment has selected Qlik Sense to allow jobactive providers to monitor their performance targets, deliverables, as well as insights into their operations. The Qlik Sense application analyses data such as the performance of employment contracts.

Sharryn Napier, vice president and regional director, ANZ, Qlik, says the self-service capabilities of Qlik Sense not only help the Department reduce administration and deployment costs, but also improve the speed of data delivery and reporting between the Department and the jobactive providers.

“Data has the power to be transformative, but only if it is used effectively,” she says.

“With Qlik, businesses can see the whole story that lives within their data and as a result drive insight across the organisation, enabling everyone to do their jobs smarter and faster than ever,” Napier explains.

“We look forward to continuing our relationship with the Australian Government Department of Employment to help them harness the full power of our visual analytics platform.’’

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