Technology Overview

As a Business Manager, you need solutions that are simple to implement and require minimal ongoing support effort from your IT department.

With Interactive Reporting you get this, either as a web or intranet based solution, end users get Business Intelligence online, anywhere, anytime with secure access managed by the enterprise. Interactive Reporting can be licensed on a subscription basis for short or long period deployment, or as one off software license.

Interactive Reporting can work with virtually any available data source and can be deployed in hours or days. Interactive Reporting users are able pull data from different systems together into a powerful, easy to use Business Intelligence platform to give one organizational yet multidimensional view - all in a fraction of the cost and time required for competing solutions.

No complex data warehouses or cubes

Interactive Reporting does not require you to build complex data warehouses or cubes as it reads directly from your existing data sources to provide a highly efficient analysis and reporting solution. This design is where you save as it is quick to implement using our unique Template and Mapping technology.

Out of the box Solution Packs

Interactive Reporting has been mapped to various popular Accounting and ERP systems. For the smaller systems, this integration is quite standard and what we provide out-of-the-box will suit all or at least most of your needs. For the more comprehensive ERP systems, our standard mapping interfaces are a great place to start from and will save extensive integration effort.

Simply let us know what system you are running and we will let you know what is involved. Please visit our Works With section to see the list of Business Solutions that have already been mapped to Interactive Reporting.

InMemory.Net Database

We have released a new In Memory database called InMemory.Net that can be used as a datawarehouse with Interactive Reporting, to query hundreds of million of records quickly. You can find out more about it at InMemory.Net