Announcing the Winners!

A big thank you goes out to all contest participants. We have had great response to the contest with many unique and compelling apps coming in from all over the world.

We’re very proud of what you are doing with Qlik Sense!

The difficult task of choosing the best of the best fell to our Qlik panel of experts who selected the top 5 apps from all accepted entries. These top 5 finalists competed for the grand prize and it was up to you to choose the winner.

Here is who you have chosen!

  • 1st Place Winner: Speros Kokenes, Axis Group, for “Across Borders”
  • 2nd Place Winner: Julien Anceau & Adrien Gallot, Business & Decision, for “Road to Open Data”
  • 3rd Place Winner: Yoann Duval, Excelcio for “Learning World”
  • And our student winner: Antoine Bargain, EISTI, for “Fasten Seatbelts”


First Place

Qlik Open Data Challenge Contest

Across Borders

Speros Kokenes & Caitlin Daugherty,
Axis Group

Across Borders visualizes data collected on displaced people throughout the world in the last 15 years in order to show where people are going, where are they coming from, how are countries handling the burden, and what key events are triggering the displacement. The app is built with custom visualization powered by the Qlik data engine, producing a unique experience for visualizing and exploring data.

Launch App  Launch App

Second Place

Third Place

Open Data Challenge Contest

Road to Open Data

Julien Anceau & Adrien Gallot,
Business & Decision

Launch App  Launch App

Instead of bringing an analysis, a story, we wanted to build an analytic tool to help navigate among more than 250 indicators from multiple open data sources. It helped us to build 3 relevant stories (Global Warming, Women's Education, Refugees flow) but the main goal we try to achieve is to create a tool that could help others build their own story using Qlik Sense self-services features.

Open Data Challenge Contest

Learning World

Yoann Duval,

Launch App  Launch App

Learning World allows us to analyze gross enrollment in the world and understand how government expenditure in primary, secondary and tertiary education can improve this rate and reduce the inequality between boys and girls. Moreover, a story telling help us to focus on differences between high income and low income countries.

Student Winner

Open Data Challenge Contest

Fasten Seatbelts

Antoine Bargain,

Launch App  Launch App

This app is about car accidents, it's for now the figures about this subject in France. We have to be careful with the traffic regulations. It was my first app with Qlik Sense, it was fun to play with this tool.