Cizer.Net tools provide a variety of ways to deliver reporting capabilities across organizations. With an appropriate set of database views and queries, everyone can use the Cizer.Net Quick Query module to create ad-hoc reports and quite literally explore data. The Cizer.Net Global Query Library can be populated with query-parameter combinations that make it easy for end-users to create traditional table-data reports with group and page navigation panes, using the Cizer.Net Report Builder. Matrix reports with drill-down and 3D Charts can also be created – reusing the Global Library query-parameter combinations over and over again for productivity gains.
More advanced users will be able to construct visual queries against SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, and Informix using the Cizer.Net Query Builder. And Cizer.Net administrators can manage Users, Roles, Data Sources and reporting tasks with the Cizer.Net Admin module.
Cizer.Net can be integrated with existing enterprise applications, through single-sign-on scenarios that make use of Integrated Windows Authentication, or custom Authentication driven by a hosting application’s login process. Cizer.Net reports can be URL-called by external applications that need to provide users with the ability to run and view reports created by Cizer.Net report authors.
The Cizer Solutions team is available to help Cizer.Net customers build out the reporting toolset and fully implement the various Cizer.Net modules across User and Role populations. With a well-designed Cizer.Net implementation, various end-user skill sets will be equipped with the appropriate reporting tools for their technical capability and business needs. It is this classification of different users that results in significant productivity gains for an organization where the right tools are matched to the right people.
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