Qlik Reviews, Pricing, and Ratings

Learn about Qlik’s data analytics service for businesses. Includes info on Qlik, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on April 22nd, 2019

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Qlik is a data management and analytics platform for businesses. Qlik’s solutions include multi-dimensional analysis, data storage and ETL. Businesses can use Qlik to consolidate, search and visually analyze all data for business insight.

Qlik Pricing:

Plan Name


Qlik Sense Cloud Basic


Qlik Sense Cloud Business


Qlik Sense Desktop


Qlik Sense Enterprise

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QlikView Personal Edition


QlikView Enterprise Edition

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Qlik Analytics Platform

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Qlik Reviews
Qlik Review:

Pros: Great reporting capabilities and highly customizable.

Cons: Data needs to be refreshed sometimes to reflect accurately.

Bottomline: Fantastic platform for efficient data management and analytics.

Qlik News & Activity:


News or Activity

January 22, 2019

Qlik Acquires CrunchBot and Crunch Data to Augment Conversational Analytics Capabilities

Qlik Key Information:


Staffan Gestrelius and Björn Berg

Year Founded



King of Prussia, Pennsylvania


Mike Capone

Number of Employees


Number of Customers



1 (866) 616-4960


211 South Gulph Road, Suite 500, King of Prussia, PA 19406, USA



What is Qlik’s price range?

The Qlik Sense Cloud Basic plan is free and Qlik Sense Cloud Business plan is priced at $15.00 per user per month (billed annually). The Qlik Sense Desktop plan is free. If you would like the Qlik Sense Enterprise plan, you can contact Qlik here for a tailored quote based on your business needs.

The QlikView Personal Edition plan is free. If you would like the QlikView Enterprise plan, you can contact Qlik here for a tailored quote based on your business needs.

If you would like the Qlik Analytics Platform, you can contact Qlik here for a tailored quote based on your business needs.

Is there a Qlik free trial?

The QlikView Personal Edition, and the Qlik Sense Cloud and Desktop plans are free. You will need to furnish some personal and business details. No credit card is required.

Where can I find the Qlik login?

You can go to www.qlik.com/us and find the “Login” at the top right corner of the homepage.

What are some Qlik alternatives?

Reviews of Qlik:



Roger Pegler - blog.pa.com.au/

We recommended Qlik for two reasons. The first was that the client was using Qlik products for other reporting and analysis purposes. Secondly, we knew Qlik could handle large data volumes with ease.

dboo6 - reddit.com

Overall: extremely fast, customizable data viz tool with mobile compatibility, but still in its infancyPros: fast, easy to create custom reports, ability to restrict reports to specific user groups for security, code is relatively easy to learn for beginning users, open source extensions are easy to install and enhance the experience Cons: responsive design is not always flexible meaning some reports just look bad (wasted space, etc) no matter what you do. User interface still needs some work - including search functionality, addition of folder structure.

rtizzle_trybizzl21 - reddit.com

Qliksense gives you a better ETL engine. You can create your models within the tool.Qliksense is set up on a quadrant system, so it's got the same kind of limited design flexibility, however Tableau is better of the two. Qliksense requires you to import geo coordinates into your data model in order to do any mapping. Qliksense's potential is in it's ability to support custom objects. Qlik is the better analytics company, but this isn't QlikVIEW vs tableau. Qliksense was made to be a light BI tool like Tableau. So Tableau dashboards will look better and will be SLIGHTLY more intuitive to design charts with. Go Qliksense if you are more worried about data modeling and need an ETL solution with your BI tool.

Sigil72 - reddit.com

The best thing about Qlik is how the data model works. Full outer join with no cartesian product! That is something I miss in Tableau, along with easier excel import. IMO Tableau is best if you do not have to use a lot of data blending, and have a data warehouse or at least a tool for data prep. If you desire more functionality in a dashboard (buttons, user-selection on dimensions and measures) this is easier solved in Qlik. I am using both and switch between them depending on the task to solve.