Our feature on Information Management dives into a discussion of enterprise BI tools and modern self-service analytics. One of our senior BI consultants, Leo Zhao, explains the differentiation between the two BI approaches and how they can meet specifics needs for organizations.
At one point in time, you most likely were tinkering with Excel and wanted to create a stunning worksheet (e.g., budgeting, a to-do list, project planning) but you were unsure of how or lacked the time to do so. If there is no value in learning how to do a one-off job– why bother? Or if I don’t have the time to make one, someone may have already made one. Of course.
JReport is looking to get your input on how businesses are thinking about and approaching analytics both inside and outside of their enterprise and we need your help. Our Expanding the Benefits of Analytics survey will uncover information about how businesses use data, prepare to deploy BI and analytics platforms, and some of the challenges businesses face in deploying analytics.
In 2007 goal setting malpractices blindsided many financial institutions into achieving short term productivity goals that led to the Great Recession in the United States. This event is now known as the subprime mortgage crisis. Specifically, many banks entered the mortgage bond market and set highly speculative goals to sell adjustable-rate mortgages.
JReport 13.5 provides enhancements to usability and local language support for users and deeper integration and customization options for best-in-class embedded analytics. JReport is always changing and improving, delivering on its promise to provide embedded analytics with advanced reporting capabilities.
JReport made a strong presence at DevIgnition 2016, a conference for developers in Dulles, VA to discuss emerging technologies. Dean Yao, Director of Marketing at Jinfonet, delivered a presentation on developing analytics in your applications. Dean discusses the many options for embedding analytics into applications while outlining the pros and cons for selecting each approach.
Developers creating a new application realize early on that the application will not be very useful unless its users can see detailed or summarized data in order to facilitate better insights and decision-making from the data. This is when they realize they need powerful business intelligence capabilities that can deliver rich, interactive reports and dashboards.
Customer Success Story: Otsuka Pharmaceuticals Co. Global pharmaceuticals manufacturer increases productivity by 300% and improves regulatory compliance with JReport’s automated report scheduling and enterprise-level data visualization. Many people today come in with the mindset that complex, scientific analytics systems are always better.
According to a Harvard Business Review report, 32% of businesses use cloud applications to improve business agility. Simple, flexible, easy-to-use tools are here to stay and provide a host of benefits to you and your business.
Ad Hoc Reporting allows end users to easily build their own reports and modify existing ones with little to no training. Ad hoc reporting in a nutshell… Ad hoc reporting generates rapid reports that meet individual information requirements with ease. This allows end users to dynamically modify and drill through report data for powerful information analysis.