V10 is Closing Fast!

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. Now let’s address the increased usability factors made possible by this new architecture.

JReport 10 Will be Available Soon

Version 10 is Almost Here!

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. Building upon its existing JavaEE framework, JReport continues to provide real-time, highly actionable reports that seamlessly…

Customer Orders within JReport

Embedded Java Reporting

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.


Top Notch Customer Relations

How the customer benefits from a nimble organization: As part of Jinfonet’s customer facing organization it is great to be able to get management decisions quickly, especially when it helps customers and prospects.  Coupled with market leading technology we use this flexibility and responsiveness not only as a competitive advantage but more importantly to help…

Passkey Screen Shot

Great Java @ Work

One of the things that I enjoy most about working in the Jinfonet Sales Department is the focus on solving problems for customers. While this might sound very cliché as one would assume that should be the goal of most companies, there is no needless, ineffective bureaucracy to interfere with the sales staff being able…