Empowering End User Visualization with JReport

Empowering End User Visualization with JReport

We hear a lot of discussion about ad hoc reporting and self-service reporting.  Are end users really capable of understanding what data they need to see and designing a report for their own requirements or is it easier for them just to make the request to IT and wait for it to be delivered to them? My first experience with databases was with a network database sold by Intel called System 2000 tha

Webinar highlights: Visualization and Dashboards

Webinar highlights: Visualization and Dashboards

Didn’t have time to attend our “Visualization and Dashboards with JReport” webinar on January 16? Not to worry, you can always catch the full recording on our website, or check out one of the highlights from the webinar below. Access to timely, actionable information is one of the biggest assets in today’s data-driven world.

Designing Better Reporting Dashboards

Designing Better Reporting Dashboards

Dashboards are a hot topic and are referenced by almost every business intelligence vendor and analyst who covers the BI industry.  However, there is a lot of confusion about what a dashboard is and how they are implemented.  Is a dashboard a portal style interface where the user can choose what components or even applications are viewable like Yahoo’s portal?  Is a dashboard simply a report

On In-Memory Cubes

OLAP (On-Line Analytical Process) data storage solutions have been available from the 1990s to solve the problem of keeping tabs on KPIs (Key Performance Indicators). OLAP cubes are more efficient than relational tables because only dimensions and aggregated measures for each dimension are stored in the cube.

2012 Wrap-Up

The past year has been a big one for Jinfonet, as we’ve rolled out a new and improved dashboard tool, the new JReport Mobile app, made vast performance improvements to our flagship JReport, and established some exciting plans for the future. Now that it’s December, we’re taking a look back at our major accomplishments this year (and giving you a hint at what’s to come in 2013).