Compare Salesforce vs Qlik BETASee how Qlik vs. Salesforce compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I have been working at Salesforce full-time for less than a year
- Product guides the direction. This may sound like a given but most last tech companies, Engineering leads drive and PM support. - Benefits are great and help me find a good work/life balance -... Going from a great company to Salesforce, working for a company that cares is so important to me. I get that so many times over here.
- In San Francisco. Not really a con, but I live in South Bay. Commute is long. Luckily they are WFH friendly.
Advice to Management
Keep up the perks, benefits, and comp. All of those really make me proud to brag to friends, family, former colleagues. Keep me a happy worker.
I have been working at Qlik full-time for more than 3 years
- Data is exploding and this company has the best data analytics platform in the industry - Qlik's solutions are available online & offline, in the cloud, on the desktop and right on your mobile... devices. - People are top notch, Qlik does a minimum of 5 interviews with coding assignments (for R&D positions) and ensures both technical and culture fit before hiring - Since going private a few years ago Qlik has increased its profitability significantly - Lots of opportunity to work in different areas, international travel (including exchange program), and self initiated promotion opportunities - Qlik has a real corporate social responsibility program, donating time, money and technology to help organizations like Medair and the United Nations do the great work they do worldwide
- Qlik are a global company (which is a good thing) and you need to be flexible with working hours to adapt to different time zones - Hard to think of any cons . . . keeping up with the many changes... in technology and roadmap, but this is what an Agile company is all about
Advice to Management
Don't get shortsighted, and don't follow the competition, set your own path, this is what made Qlik successful from the beginning.