Implementing self-service analytics to drive digital transformation and industrial IoT


Hear how leading commercial vehicle parts supplier Meritor is improving its logistics, margins and resource management with data and analytics – while achieving significant savings along the way.

Discover how the organization boosted business user confidence in enterprise data by replacing spreadsheets with a self-service analytics culture. Learn how Qlik® dashboards—including easy app registration, training and migration—and reporting are accelerating digital transformation.

In this webinar, Khuzema Tikiwala, manager of Analytics and Business Intelligence, shares how better insights from data have enabled Meritor to:

  • Improve operations – going from data to decisions to digital transformation including possible usage on the shop floor
  • Motivate the business to take ownership of analytics and the process while IT governs security
  • Introduce dashboards, scorecards and reports for maximum impact

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About Meritor

Meritor, headquartered in Troy, Michigan, was founded in 1909 as Timken Detroit Axle. It’s a leading global supplier of drivetrain, mobility, braking and aftermarket solutions for commercial vehicle and industrial markets. With around $4 billion in revenue and approximately 9,100 employees, Meritor operates in 19 countries.

To improve and catalyze its operations using data, Meritor implemented Qlik in 2018. It’s stayed true to its analytics journey since then by thinking big, starting small and continuously innovating.

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Khuzema Tikiwala
Analytics and Business Intelligence (BI)
Meritor, Inc
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