What Is Reporting? The Answer Might Surprise You

For medium-sized companies and large enterprises, reports typically are generated through reporting software. At its core, a report is simply a representation of that data. What reporting software boils down to is an application that pulls data from a repository and displays it in some meaningful way. Companies can now present their data—more kinds of data—with greater ease. Download this white paper to learn more.
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