The Great BI Debate: Build vs. Buy

The Great BI Debate: Build vs. Buy

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.

What is Ad Hoc Reporting?

What is Ad Hoc Reporting?

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.

Customer Success Story: Knowledge Factor

Customer Success Story: Knowledge Factor

With education comes innovation. Educators are always seeking ways to help their students learn better and faster. Solutions like Knowledge Factor, which uses JReport capabilities, does just that. Knowledge Factor uses brain science and cognitive psychology to provide personally adaptable reports to students and educators in a variety of industries.

JavaOne – Everything Java!

JavaOne – Everything Java!

A conference for Java junkies, JavaOne 2015 will be showcasing the newest Java technologies, including the latest version of JReport. JavaOne will begin on October 25th, and a number of free Discover passes will be given out to those interested.

Industry Focus: Learning Analytics and Reporting for E-Learning Software

Industry Focus: Learning Analytics and Reporting for E-Learning Software

Picture a teacher at the beginning of the school year poring over lecture notes, classroom activities, grading sheets, diagrams, and more. Piles of paper are stacked around them, binders stuffed with notes and sheets. Then you have the student, hunched over their notebook and lecture sheets, trying to understand what the static diagrams in their textbooks are describing.