Self-Service Analytics

Embedded Ad Hoc Reporting: Developers’ Golden Goose

The importance of delivering easy to use ad hoc reporting capabilities in your applications will soon reach a critical point. In this blog, we’ll cover why ad hoc matters to your users, why it will matter to your support and development teams, and why you should embed self-service capabilities in your application.

Ad hoc reporting

What is Ad Hoc Reporting?

Ad Hoc Reporting allows end users to easily build their own reports and modify existing ones with little to no training. Ad Hoc Reporting in a Nutshell… Ad hoc reporting generates rapid reports that meet individual information requirements with ease. This allows end users to dynamically modify and drill through report data for powerful information analysis.…

Enhance Your Application’s Data Insight by Integrating a Reporting Engine

Enhance Your Application’s Data Insight by Integrating a Reporting Engine

Reporting Engine Defined A reporting engine can turn data into meaningful, actionable information. Using a reporting engine as a part of Embedded Business Intelligence (Embedded BI), users can refine data from various sources into easy-to-read and interactive, formatted reports tailored to their audience. An embedded reporting engine allows reporting features to be directly integrated into…

jreport-13.1

JReport 13.1 Now with Visual Analysis Integration in Dashboards

JReport 13.1 is now available for download with new improvements and features allowing for even richer customization, seamless integration and improved usability. New features in JReport 13.1 include the availability for JDashboard users to embed Visual Analysis components for data discovery, support for EnterpriseDB, and enhanced support for multi-tenant SaaS reporting applications. Also supported is…

Buy vs. Build a dashboard: What’s the right reporting choice for you?

One of the most common issues that we hear from customers needing an embedded reporting tool for their application is whether it makes more sense to internally develop a “home grown” custom-built solution based on an open source product, or adopt an outside commercial solution to OEM into their product. The answer to that question…