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Qlik Connector Factory Extends Access to SaaS Data for Cloud Analytics

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Qlik has introduced Connector Factory in line with its strategy to continually expand access to and delivery of data from hundreds of SaaS applications and data sources to meet enterprise cloud analytics and data integration needs. The company already offers over 250 connectors and through 2023 will add a further 100 connectors for Qlik Cloud Data Integration. The initial delivery of new connectors is expected over the next two quarters and includes support for 30 of the most popular enterprise applications including NetSuite, Workday, SAP SuccessFactors, Salesforce, Epic, Cerner, OSIsoft, ADP, SAP Ariba and HubSpot.

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