Microsoft’s SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) provide a range of powerful services to allow you to expose data easily and to report on your business fast. To get the most from your SQL data call us now on 01786 430076 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org. SSRS reports can be output in a number of formats for maximum flexibility and optimum performance, from simple printed formats to file formats embracing XML or Excel Formats. With such high flexibility levels SSRS ensures that your business can stay on top of rapidly changing situations with ease.
Creating Reports using SSRS
SQL Server Reporting Services provide a variety of report design tools appropriate for a range of skill sets. Call us on 01786 430076 to produce the reports you need or to help you produce the reports you need by yourself.
Using the SSRS Report Designer or the SSRS Report Wizard we can ensure you get attractive and intuitive reports to help you monitor your businesses performance. Regardless of whether that information is related to sales, services or stock control we can extract it and present it clearly and easily using the powerful features within SSRS.
In some cases your management team will demand that they create the reports they need without calling on other members of your team. For them the SSRS Report Builder allows reports to be built without having to be a SQL Database expert ensuring that report creation is efficient and fast.
Interactive Reports with SSRS
To ensure your users can get the maximum benefit from reports created in SSRS your reports can be designed to accept parameters. This ensures that your team can further qualify or filter the reports to get the records they need with minimum fuss. This interactivity ensures that relevant records can be found fast and efficiently keeping your team on top of the data that your business relies on.
Report output options in SSRS
Whatever style of report you need SSRS is there to help:
- List provides a simple layout style.
- Chart provides graphic outputs in a variety of formats.
- Table layouts provide data in easily read rows and columns.
- Matrix displays more complex data sets.