Strand Palace Hotel
The format of the user days centres around a range of applications and topics presented by different Qlik universities users in 30 minute sessions. BME will also be showing Qlik features and related products that we feel add value to business intelligence at universities. In this way you can discover new insights where business intelligence could benefit your institution. Session information is below.
agenda is not final and will be subject to changes
London Eye spin
On the evening preceding the event we would love you to join us on a spin in a private London Eye capsule. Join us in the Eye Lounge for a refreshment at 17h45 before we board the private capsule at 18h00. After the spin we will be returning to the Strand Palace Hotel for drinks at 19h00 and dinner at 20h00.
Meeting sessions with BME on 16 November
User days can be very busy and there never seems to be enough time to have a proper chat with individual university staff. David Chisholm and Steve Sapseid will be available for sit down individual face to face meetings on the day preceding the user day, 16 November. If you would like to have a chat and review progress of the Qlik implementation at your university, or discuss anything else, you can book a time on the registration form.
Accommodation on night preceding user day
The Crowne Plaza in Reading has a rate of £195 bed & breakfast incl VAT for 16 November. The hotel is holding a block of rooms for the event until 9 November. Bookings for can be made by calling the hotel direct on 0207 3794737 and quoting the Group Code “BMEM161117”. Bedrooms must be secured with a credit card but payment will be taken on departure from the hotel.
Cheaper accommodation can be found at:
– Ibis Styles Southwark Rose, SE1 9HH. The rate is £152 bed and continental breakfast.
– Ibis Blackfriars, SE1 8NZ. The rate is £139 room only (pre-paid) or £150 room only (flexible)
Bookings can be made by emailing email@example.com
User day cost is £190 per attendee excluding VAT.
Aims of the user group
To create a collaborative, fun and information-sharing environment where HE users of Qlik demonstrate applications that are being used at their institutions. We encourage members to stay in contact between user groups by subscribing to the BME Qlik HE Forum. To view previous user day reports click here.
Since 2009 over 300 individuals from 80 UK universities have attended the user group. The event is run every 6 months at venues around the United Kingdom. It is also open to universities that don’t use Qlik, but want to find out more about its use in the HE sector.