Red Hat Summit kicked off yesterday with several thousand attendees all gathering in Boston, MA to attend breakout sessions, watch technology industry visionaries unveil their views on the future of enterprise technology, and connect with strategic technology partners and Red Hat experts in the Partner Pavilion. Among the sponsors exhibiting in the Partner Pavilion this year is Jinfonet Software.
Ad hoc reporting is a type of self-service business intelligence that enables business end users to create their own reports, dashboards and data analysis as well as customize visualizations without having to go to IT. The clear benefit for business users is now something IT departments are also embracing, with the adoption of self-service BI systems.
JReport will be exhibiting at the Red Hat Summit on June 23-26 in Boston, MA. Come talk directly with our engineers and product managers to get your questions answered. As an exhibitor, JReport will be demonstrating its embeddable BI solution and latest version release at booth 901.
A reporting engine can turn data into meaningful, actionable information. Using a reporting engine, users can refine data from various sources into easy-to-read and interactive formatted reports tailored to their audience. Embed reporting features directly in your own applications to present data as page or web reports and enable users to analyze and visualize their data.
JReport 13.1 is now available for download with new improvements and features allowing for even richer customization, seamless integration and improved usability. New features in JReport 13.1 include the availability for JDashboard users to embed Visual Analysis components for data discovery, support for EnterpriseDB, and enhanced support for multi-tenant SaaS reporting applications.
Embedding BI is the process of integrating reporting, dashboard and analytics capabilities into your application. By embedding reporting and dashboard tools, business users can work smarter through better insight into their business data.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is making our world more connected. The number of developers involved in IoT activities will surpass three million globally by 2019, according to ABI Research. As the IoT market continues its dramatic growth, there is a growing need to understand the data through data visualization, analysis and discovery across different types of connected device platforms.
It’s a new year! Now that all the eggnog has been finished, all the presents opened, and the ball has dropped in Times Square, let’s see what this year will bring for us in the BI space. 1. Conversations around interactive data You walk into a meeting, bright and early.
For even small businesses, the magnitude of available data each day is rapidly increasing. If our problem a couple of decades ago was the inability to make good management and technical decisions due to insufficient information, nowadays we can say it’s because there’s too much information.
It’s that time of the year again. All throughout the weekend, we will be at JavaOne showcasing JReport, and our advanced data visualization solutions for better business intelligence. Stop by and see why we’re a top business intelligence company trusted by Fortune 500 companies, and discover what’s new with JReport 13.