Visualizations have been helping people understand data for centuries. Clear and accurate reporting tools play a pivotal role in any business decision today and help companies digitize and streamline their reporting process.
Today’s data visualization tools, also called reporting tools, go beyond the standard charts and graphs used in the earlier periods. They can display data in more sophisticated ways such as infographics, dials and gauges, geographical maps, heat maps, and detailed bar, pie, and other charts. This is due to the advancement of digital information in today’s business environment.
Business processes and people are moving information at incredible speeds thanks to the adoption of digital information. This has forced businesses to adopt digital workflows to exchange information quickly. An example of this might be stock brokerage or bank transactions are done all digitally with the only bottleneck being data transfer rates.
An organization like a bank or an accounting firm or any other company which uses data for business decisions requires reporting tools that meet specific criteria to operate these high-end digital workflows. A proper reporting solution is of the utmost importance to ensure streamlined processes and accurate information is delivered.
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In this ebook, Eric Rohler, Senior Technical Engineer at Progress, offers a six-step framework to help you choose the best reporting tool for your organization. He reviews the main functionalities of reporting solutions and shares best practices for everything you need to know to deliver beautiful, powerful, interactive and reusable reports.
Learn how to apply the top six criteria when assessing a reporting tool:
Deep dive in different stages of reporting—from report creation to styling to data sources to integration to rendering and accessibility. Take advantage of expert advice on successful integration between Reporting tools and web (Blazor, ASP.NET Core, ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET WebForms, Angular, React and more) or desktop applications (WPF, WinForms, UWP) and many practical examples and use cases.
If you download the ebook, we’ll soon follow up with an invitation to a dedicated reporting webinar and more materials on the topic. Stay tuned!