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.
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.
It’s a long-standing tradition at Jinfonet to partake in Oracle’s world famous JavaOne Conference every year — and we’re proud to be able to showcase JReport in one of the largest Java events on the globe.
Advanced visualization makes data easier to understand. With JReport, end users and developers alike are empowered to create highly visual reports and dashboards that are also interactive, for more meaningful data discovery. With JReport, users can drag-and-drop richly expressive charts, crosstabs, and tables into their reports and dashboards.
Jinfonet Software provides JReport, the leading Java reporting solution that delivers highly customizable business intelligence. Comprised of three products, Designer, Server Live, and JDashboard, JReport can fill a broad spectrum of user needs. With its 100% Java architecture, JReport seamlessly embeds into any application.
Having the ability to explore data quickly is key to being able to make timely accurate business decisions and visualization is centric to making information easily interpreted by all of your data consumers.
JReport is able to seamlessly integrate with any underlying enterprise application, becoming a natural part of its look and feel. This allows organizations to deliver and maintain a reporting solution in the same way that they would their own application.
It’s that time of year again, the annual JavaOne Conference is just around the corner! For those of you new to JavaOne, this is a conference dedicated entirely to Java, helping to extend education and networking opportunities to Java enthusiasts. Having regularly exhibited at the conference run by Oracle, Jinfonet will be present again this October, in San Francisco, for the event.
One of the hottest topics in IT today is cloud computing, but does anyone really know what the term actually means? At its most basic level, cloud computing refers to using the Internet to access a remotely hosted software application in lieu of running it on in-house systems.
We recently announced that JReport can now report from Salesforce.com’s cloud database, Database.com.