Yesterday, we hosted our 10th webinar of the 2011 year, showcasing more of the superior data visualization aspects of our new product, JDashboard. Our June 22 webinar presentation highlighted the new Flash capabilities that allow users to instantly bring their data to life.
Just a few short months ago, we announced the JReport was able to support cloud reporting from Salesforce.com’s Database.com. Now, with JReport, users can easily add high-performance reporting, data visualization, dashboards, and ad-hoc analysis to their existing cloud applications utilizing Amazon EC2.
JReport 10.1 has arrived! With this product release, JReport’s advanced data visualization features are easier to use than ever before. Providing many new additions to its already proven product capabilities, JReport 10.1 defines the phrase “cutting edge” by enriching business intelligence and web-based java reporting.
Many companies are choosing to deploy products like JReport over developing their own homegrown reporting platform. With such little room for error in the market today, the demand for actionable information and stronger business intelligence are at an all time high and intuitive, visual data presentations are more critical to decision makers than ever before.
My favorite thing about JReport is the fact that it is proven in extremely important customer facing applications, at some of the Worlds largest companies. Major banks have chosen JReport to deliver information to their customers, and ISV’s including IBM, EMC and HP have chosen JReport as the reporting tool embedded in some of their most important products.
According to Gartner, use of open source software will increase five-fold by 2012 – but is it for you? Given the growing awareness and usage of open source software, we here at Jinfonet decided it was time to examine what open source is really all about.
It’s time for part two of our pre-launch series on the anticipated new version of JReport, set to be released this summer. Combining Jinfonet’s history of reliable reporting products with the latest in technical innovation, JReport 10 has optimized business reporting. In part one, we discussed the new Interactive Reporting Engine and its impact on scalability and performance.
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.
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.
Everyone always asks about JReport being ’embedded.’ Well, we mean that it can embedded across the four layers of a Java application. First, at the presentation layer, our tool can natively embed through the use of our TagLib and JSPs into the Credit Scoring application. The UI will look and act like a modern, Java-based application.