February 21, 2014

News: Congratulations to the Class of Qlik Luminaries 2014!

Natural Synergies, Inc. is proud to announce that Oleg Troyansky has been Selected for the Class of Qlik Luminaries 2014! We view this nomination as a recognition for 11 years of Oleg’s contibutions as a QlikView customer, consultant, enthusiast, educator and advocate. Equally exciting, we found out that Oleg is surrounded by a very fine […]
January 21, 2014

Masters Summit for QlikView is Coming to Chicago!

Natural Synergies, Inc. is happy to announce that the next session of the Masters Summit for QlikView is going to take place in Chicago, our home city, on April 1-3! Masters Summit for QlikView started in 2013 as an advanced technical venue for experienced QlikView developers. Our first event took place in Las Vegas in […]
November 10, 2013

Q-Tip #8 – Ranking the Unrankable

This interesting story originated from a question that we received at the Q&A session on the recent Masters Summit for QlikView in Barcelona. I’d say, it’s another little nugget that we uncovered in our sessions. If you follow QlikView blogs, you probably read about many unexpected findings that were shared on our recent events. Henric […]
September 26, 2013

News: Steven Jones, MBA is joining Natural Synergies as a Director, Healthcare Analytics

Natural Synergies, a leading QlikView consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Steven Jones has joined the Company as Director, Healthcare Analytics. Jones was previously the Analytics Director at Navitus Health Solutions where he was responsible for leading the Analytics team which was charged with development and implementation of all QlikView applications. As Director, Healthcare […]
September 23, 2013

Q-Tip #7 – Execute a Command Using EXECUTE

Author: Oscar Ortiz, Senior Consultant at Natural Synergies, Inc. and QlikView professional since 2003. Have you ever been in a situation where you needed to run a batch file after running a task in publisher?  Most of the time you would create a supporting task running an external program to take care of your situation […]
September 1, 2013

Q-Tip #6 – Those Tricky $-Sign Expansions

This blog post was inspired by an excellent lecture on Advanced Scripting that Rob Wunderlich is delivering at the Masters Summit for QlikView – the only deep-down technical event for advanced QlikView developers. Please check out our upcoming events in Europe. … The longer I work with QlikView, the more fascinated I get with its […]
August 20, 2013

Q-Tip #5 – Show Top Performers. Common But Not Too Trivial.

This material is going to be a part of my presentation on Advanced Set Analysis and Advanced Aggregation at the Master Summit for QlikView, which is coming up in October in London and Barcelona. During my 4-hours “deep-dive” session, we analyze complex business requirements and learn how to solve them using Advanced Set Analysis and […]
August 13, 2013

Q-Tip #4 – How to use “As of Date” table

This need comes up a lot in the questions that people ask on the forum… Imagine that you are working with Sales data, presented monthly, and you need to build a chart that shows monthly sales, and next to it, average sales for the last 6 months. How would you calculate average sales for the […]
August 5, 2013

Natural Synergies’ Oleg Troyansky reviews “QlikView for Developers Cookbook”

Natural Synergies, Inc.’s president, Oleg Troyansky, reviews “QlikView for Developers Cookbook”, a new book by Stephen Redmond and published by Packt Publishing. Packt Publishing continues its tradition of publishing QlikView technical books. After a very successful educational book, “QlikView 11 of Developers”, written by two extraordinary QlikView masters, Barry Harmsen and Mike Garcia, they recently […]
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