2005 QlikView Think Outside The Cube Contest

If you are into Business Intelligence, this might interest you: the 2005 QlikView Think Outside The Cube Contest is open.

We’re inviting you to “Think Outside The Cube” and move beyond the limits of traditional OLAP-based BI.Your application/entry can be a QlikView application that covers anything – results and statistics from a favorite sport, stock tracking, movies, fantasy football, financial results from obscure stock exchanges, your kids’ swim team times, the price of tea in China. Anything that generates data is fair game.

(Organized by QlikTech.)

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Daniel Lemire

A computer science professor at the University of Quebec (TELUQ).

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