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MicroStrategy Launches New Connectors for Microsoft Power BI, Qlik Technologies, and Tableau

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “MicroStrategy® Incorporated, a leading worldwide provider of enterprise analytics and mobility software, today announced the availability of new connectors to data discovery vendors Microsoft Power BI, Qlik Technologies, and Tableau Software at its annual user conference MicroStrategy World™ 2018. With this announcement, MicroStrategy is inviting users of the market’s data discovery tools to leverage MicroStrategy10™, our leading enterprise analytics and mobility platform. These new connectors help promote a more open and powerful analytics ecosystem by enabling business users of different discovery tools to bridge applications across their enterprise. Users of Power BI, Qlik, and Tableau can now connect to their MicroStrategy systems and experience the best of both worlds: the individual features they want from data discovery tools and a robust enterprise environment with governance, security, and scalability for their analytics applications.”

Tim Lang, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of MicroStrategy, commented, “We see business users buying data discovery tools just like they purchase a commodity on Amazon… While they can begin a conversation about their data, these conversations all too often turn into dead ends because no one can trust all of the different answers that come from having multiple applications and data silos. With these new MicroStrategy connectors, users can keep using their data discovery tools and fully leverage MicroStrategy 10 to get one version of the truth, in a more secure, scalable, and governed environment.”

Read more at microstrategy.com.

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