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Hi future colleague, my name is Frédéric.

Information Design Consultant

I am a Business Intelligence Consultant specialising in the Qlik product portfolio: Qlik Sense, QlikView, NPrinting,…
In my opinion, Qlik is the perfect platform when we talk about data analytics and data integration. The “Qlik focus” of the Epic Data Qlik Competence Center ensures that my colleagues and I are real Qlik experts.

I’ve been working for EpicData since I graduated 4 years ago. I really like that I get the chance to work “End-to-End” for most of our clients.
This includes everything from ETL data modelling to gathering business requirements and converting these requirements into visually attractive and informative front-end dashboards. Working on these projects from start to finish gives me a great sense of fulfilment.

I highly value continuous growth and improvement, and so does Epic Data. Qlik as a product evolves constantly and it is with great pleasure that I explore each new release. Technical skills are essential, but as a consultant, you can’t underestimate the importance of soft skills. The way you communicate to clients is (at least) as important as the content of your message.

For my role as Qlik consultant, you need to be determined and you should not be afraid to take action. Solving (technical) questions on my own is a big part of the job. Luckily, I have some amazing colleagues that are ready to help if I am really stuck.

Do you like what you read, but are you missing the technical Qlik experience?
No problem. If you share your experiences and business knowledge with me, I’ll make sure you become a Qlik expert in no time!

DRIVERS (THIS IS US)

  • Being the bridge between business & IT
  • Delivering nice end-results
  • Having pleasure in my job
  • Personal & professional growth

TURNOFFS (THIS ISN'T US)

  • Indecisiveness and a lack of responsibility
  • “This is how it’s been done for … years” 
  • Meetings that take one hour, just because Outlook proposed it like that
  • Dashboards with low usage because they are too complicated for users