Web reporting software provider Windward has released the latest version of Javelin just in time for the 2013 U.S.
The Javelin report generator works in conjunction with Windward's report design tool AutoTag to give companies a powerful and affordable web-based reporting solution. Cloud reporting provides fast and secure access to a company's data, allowing businesses of all sizes and industries access and control from any application, regardless of programming language. Key benefits include broad data access – employees and customers from across an organization and beyond can obtain up-to-the-minute reports from multiple locations – and a scheduler that allows users to schedule reports to be created and run, needing no human intervention. Additionally, Windward customers can white label Javelin and customize the online look.
"Our web reporting software scheduler allows companies to generate literally millions of pages per day – automatically," says
Javelin version 12.0.31 includes a slew of updated features, many related to its template design tool component, AutoTag. It offers support for OData, SQL and XML Connection Debuggers for helping users diagnose and fix troublesome datasource connections, and a new Data Count tool that tells exactly how many times loops in a template will iterate. Additional improvements include enhanced charting fidelity, support for hidden rows/columns in Excel, and document join capabilities.
Windward, the expert in data display and analysis solutions, delivers powerful reporting, document generation and business intelligence software solutions for OEM or enterprise use. Businesses worldwide create highly customized reports better and faster with data intelligence made easy. Windward has been delighting customers – technical and non – since 2004. http://www.windward.net
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