Are you looking for a way improve data visualization across your enterprise? JReport provides many advanced features that work to achieve just that. With the new addition of JDashboard, a tool that allows end users to mashup custom components like charts, tables, crosstabs, and other 3rd party widgets like Google Maps, users can quickly and easily transform raw data into readable metrics.
Our September webinar is just around the corner, and this month’s topic is Ad Hoc Reporting. The powerful ad hoc function in JReport helps to extend traditional reporting by empowering applications with interactive reports via the Web, and reaching beyond the pre-defined, static data snapshots that traditional reporting often provides.
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.
Highlighting the throughput performance and scalability of JReport 10 this brand new white paper establishes a replicable benchmark to evaluate the efficient processing and delivery of reports varying in complexity.
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).
With another exciting webinar presentation having just wrapped up this week, we received many great questions about how to use and develop JReport to help glean the most from your data for better analysis. The answers to some of them can be found in this post! 1. Agile development often requires collaboration between users and developers in different locations.
This week Jinfonet presented a webinar on how to Seamlessly Embed JReport to add Visualization and Dashboards to your Application.
Agile BI is extremely important in the Business Intelligence field and JReport has a plethora of features for quick data interaction and analysis within the new product update, JReport 10.1. For many of you, Agile BI means developing reports quickly and easily, and cutting down on lengthy development cycles as well as the constant back and forth between end users and developers.
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.
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.