This August, Jinfonet announced membership to the Open Virtualization Alliance, a consortium focused on promoting the adoption of open virtualization technologies including Kernel-based Virtualized Machines (KVM).
Jinfonet Software has recently joined the Open Virtualization Alliance (OVA). Formed in May 2011, OVA is a consortium focused on promoting the adoption of open virtualization technologies including Kernel-based Virtualized Machines (KVM).
This quarter marked the release of JReport 10.1, a product update that delivers many new features including JDashboard. JDashboard is a data visualization tool that allows end users to mashup components from the customizable Component Library such as charts, tables, crosstabs, or other widgets like Google Maps using 3rd Party API’s.
As promised, further information on one of the most advanced visualization features in JReport 10.1, JDashboard, is here! JDashboard is our new reporting dashboard that allows for quick and easy user interaction with data.
The first quarter of 2011 was certainly an exciting one at Jinfonet! During Q1, we added several new clients to our expanding customer base and signed a number of our existing customers on to upgrades and expansions of their current JReport installations.
Where can you find an office of techies, each smarter than your average bear, with more degrees than a Harvard reunion, working at an innovative and energetic software company?
Jinfonet’s highly regarded Java based reporting solution, JReport, is rolling out a new edition this summer. The culmination of over a decade of experience in Business Intelligence Reporting, JReport 10 is the cutting edge in scalable and responsive reporting.
Well, it’s time to circle back into my five part series covering the differences between an Open Source business intelligence solution and a commercial business intelligence solution. There were some great points brought up in response to my last post found here: http://bit.ly/5WOUve that I would like to cover before I dive further into this discussion.
What I like most about working at Jinfonet is the opportunity to increase JReport’s presence exponentially in the international market place. We have a prominent presence in most countries, and in Europe and Asia and are expanding our presence aggressively.
One of the things that I enjoy most about working in the Jinfonet Sales Department is the focus on solving problems for customers.