Top Ten Considerations for Successful Business Intelligence Scalability

Business intelligence must be managed for performance and scalability without impacting other production applications. There are many facets to ensuring your users can get access to their data and analyze them in real time without having to wait long periods or schedule reports for overnight delivery. Here are 10 important considerations when planning your BI…

READ MORE
JReport at Informatica World 2013 - Greg and Leo

Greetings from Informatica World 2013!

We’re glad to become an official partner of Informatica and showcase JReport at this year’s Informatica World 2013 on June 4-6. Informatica embeds JReport inside its products to provide archived data visualization. If you’re at Informatica World, come by our booth E13 to say hi.

Follow us on Twitter @Jinfonet. Check out these photos of the show:

 

 

Five Common Mistakes when Creating Effective Reporting Dashboards

BI Dashboards are intended to provide an at-a-glance overview of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) which reflect the state of business. They need to present relevant data that can be immediately interpreted and actionable, allowing users to make informed decisions. While a dashboard should present data as simply as possible, there are still a set of…

READ MORE

Make Your Voice Heard! – 2013 Wisdom of Crowds ® Business Intelligence Market Study

Are you interested in the current state of Business Intelligence (BI)? Do you want to know what vendors and products you should be on the look out for in the near future? And most importantly – do you want to share your input? This is your chance. The 2013 Wisdom of the Crowds ® Business Intelligence…

READ MORE

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. Advanced…

READ MORE

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. Running queries against the transaction oriented OLTP (On-Line…

READ MORE