Blog

December 1969

Manufacturing Analytics Solutions Resulting in Shop Floor Visibility

On June 30th, the CPS team held the second session of a 2-part webinar series focused on Manufacturing Analytics. A 20+ year Quality and Manufacturing leader shared his experience of paper-based work instructions and data visibility challenges... Read More...
Posted: 7/16/2020 4:21:43 PM by Jodi Reimer | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics, Tulip, Manufacturing

Solving Manufacturing Complexities with Real-Time Analytics

On June 16th, the CPS team held the first session of a 2-part webinar series focused on Manufacturing Analytics. A 20+ year Quality and Manufacturing veteran shared his story of challenges encountered while working at a $2 billion manufacturing... Read More...
Posted: 6/22/2020 3:14:53 PM by Jodi Reimer | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics, Tulip, Manufacturing

The Last Puzzle Piece: A CPS NetSuite Connector

Clear Process Solutions recently presented at the PittNUG (Pittsburgh NetSuite User Group) virtually. During the presentation, the CPS NetSuite Analytics Story was told. The group discovered why we decided to implement NetSuite to roadblocks we... Read More...
Posted: 6/19/2020 9:49:28 AM by Jodi Reimer | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics

4 Value-Added Learning Platforms for Citizen Developers

So, your Company has started a Citizen Developer program and you have been selected/volunteered to be a part of this new avenue for internal program development. This is a burgeoning field that has come from increased cloud-based system... Read More...
Posted: 4/22/2020 10:55:06 AM by Chris Winters | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Qlik, Digital Transformation, AgilePoint, Onshape, Tulip, Manufacturing

5 Suggestions to Help Get You Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

These are very trying times that we’re living in right now. We’re limited on doing what we normally enjoy, whether that be visiting our favorite restaurants or taking in a sporting event. Everyone is supposed to be practicing social distancing to... Read More...
Posted: 3/20/2020 2:17:22 PM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics

Data Literacy: Curiosity, Creativity… or Confusion?

There are always new buzzwords created in the world of technology. Augmented Intelligence (AI) could easily be confused with Artificial Intelligence (also AI) and what is this new Manufacturing 4.0 all about? There's one new buzzword that I am... Read More...
Posted: 8/7/2019 9:28:47 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics, Manufacturing

February DAUG Event Recap

Creating the Data Analytics User Group (DAUG) has been a passion project of mine. I noticed there weren't any data analytics user groups across the Northeast Ohio area and thought I could do something about it. This group was not only formed to... Read More...
Posted: 3/8/2019 11:37:23 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Qlik, Digital Transformation, Data and Analytics

Just like laundry – the pressure to provide ROI never ends! How do you prove value? Seeing is believing!

In business and in life, it sometimes feels like accomplishments are acknowledged intermittently and some tasks never end.  Sometimes, to remind folks of value, good numbers and visuals are required. As a mother of four boys, laundry is my clear... Read More...

Process BI – the Power in the Gray Area!

You’ve been using Process BI for a few months now and there are some things that are obvious wins. It’s made your life much easier in terms of managing your workflow. No more old Excel spreadsheets with manually tracked dates to ensure you didn’t... Read More...
Posted: 11/13/2018 12:56:46 PM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Process BI, Data and Analytics

Data, Legos, and Voting: Can you see the commonalities?

I’m a big fan of data visualization. It can easily tell a story that you can’t see in a spreadsheet or real-time numbers that go across a ticker. The problem is that a lot of companies still continue using spreadsheets to run their everyday... Read More...
Posted: 11/5/2018 10:49:47 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Process BI, Data and Analytics

The Coexistence of QlikView and Qlik Sense is Real.

Both QlikView and Qlik Sense are driven off the same internal engine, also known as the QIX engine, and Qlik has committed to driving down a road that includes both of these analytical vehicles. They share many of the same traits, but they do... Read More...
Posted: 9/14/2018 10:21:00 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Qlik, Business Analytics, Digital Transformation, Process BI, Data and Analytics

Qlik Qonnections Recap: A View for Everyone

After attending my first Qonnections, I felt like I was chock-full with new knowledge and insight into the future of Qlik. From new Qlik Sense features to more information about how to integrate QlikView with R and Python, I wasn't sure what I... Read More...
Posted: 5/21/2018 8:49:00 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Data and Analytics

Diving into Workflow Data with Process BI

There are two types of swimmers: The ones who slowly ease into the shallow end of the pool, and others who dive right in. I like to think of myself as a diver. When people start a new job, there is always a tremendous amount of information thrown... Read More...
Posted: 4/11/2018 9:01:00 AM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Business Process Automation, Workflow, Qlik, Data and Analytics

Qlik Sense Makes Perfect Sense!

Introducing Chris Deniziak, Data and Analytics Architect at CPS, and the newest addition to our team. Below he shares his thoughts on a topic he is very familiar with: Qlik Sense.   As a Qlik developer who started with QlikView, I thought there... Read More...
Posted: 2/27/2018 1:58:01 PM by Chris Deniziak | with 0 comments

Filed under: Qlik, Data and Analytics

Recent Posts