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Qlikview Lead / Architect

Company: Sonsoft
Location: Hartford
Posted on: May 3, 2021

Job Description:

Company DescriptionSonsoft , Inc. is a USA based corporation duly organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Georgia. Sonsoft Inc. is growing at a steady pace specializing in the fields of Software Development, Software Consultancy and Information Technology Enabled Services.Job Description5+ years experience utilizing QlikView to implement complex analytical solutions which access data from multiple sourcesDeveloping, testing, debugging QlikView applications including- Developing effective QlikView data models- Developing front end applications using QlikView technology- Utilizing scripting language to meet complex business requirements- Utilizing QlikView Publisher capabilitiesGood Hands on experience in Technical documentationGood data analysis skillsVery good written and verbal communication skillsPreferred from Insurance domain backgroundAssociate will be required to work on Qlikview & Qliksense implementation and supportInteract with various Product and implementation stakeholders to understand requirements and clarificationsBasic data architecture skills will be useful.Qualifications=> Bachelors degree or foreign equivalent required from an accredited institution=> Will also consider three years of progressive experience in the specialty in lieu of every year of education.=> At least 2 years of experience with Information Technology.Additional InformationU.S. citizens and those authorized to work in the U.S. are encouraged to apply. We are unable to sponsor at this time.SummaryType:Full-timeFunction: Information TechnologySDL2017

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