The new release of Reportive's Business Intelligence (BI) suite brings you productivity levels never reached before... and still without writing a line of code.
Microsoft Office 2010 (32-bit only) Support
Reportive Studio 9.1 supports integration with Microsoft Office 2010, allowing you to take advantage of the new features of the Office suite in your own reports.
Generation of Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services cubes
Reportive Studio 9.1 allows you both to generate local cubes for offline use and to generate secure Microsoft SQL Server Analysis Services server cubes to remote servers.
The simplified data modelling process now supports many-to-many and referenced relationships for both local and server cubes.
Like any other Reportive Studio element, server cubes can be exported to object libraries, and then reused either to create local cubes or to deploy the same cube model on different physical servers.
Who never dreamed to build a server cube in less than 5 minutes?
The "ForEach" parallel iterator executes several iterations at the same time, reducing the global execution time and making the most of the full power of modern servers.
Secured Analyzer packages
Reportive Studio 9.1 offers you several ways to secure your packages:
- Encrypt the contents of the local cube to secure access to confidential data.
- Password-protect packages against import into Designer,
- Encrypt the contents of the package. Analyzer users will be required to give a password.
Reportive Designer 9.1 includes by default a map component that can use the ESRI Shapefile format or geocoded information coming from the cube. The component supports the OpenStreetMap layer (under a "CC BY-SA 2.0" license): display your geocoded information on top of a world map, and zoom to street level.
Map layers can be generated automatically based on the geographical hierarchy contained in the cube. Representation of custom sectorizations (by Country, Market, Product...) is then automatic.
Social Network Analysis
Geographical Color Coding
Displaying street level data
This feature makes analyzing survey results easy while retaining a generic data model that does not depend on the structure of your survey.
This way you can analyze the behaviour of a set of people matching specific Q/A criteria.
Simulation and What-If Analysis
You can now integrate parameters that can influence your business formulas to evaluate a given scenario. These parameters can also be customized on a per-item basis for a given cube axis, letting you fine-tune your hypotheses (on Markets, Countries, Products...) at will.
Product stock simulation
A "pyramid" chart was introduced to cover more efficiently the needs of the Human Resources department, allowing for male/female analyses within the company.
Other new features include the possibility to edit data labels for all series in one go, the automatic hiding of the legend if there isn't enough room to display the chart correctly, and the optimization of data label performance in charts with a large number of series.
Pyramid of ages
Relative Time-based Selection
Selections on all time dimension attributes are "relative" by default, meaning that the value will be adapted to the current data context. If you select the last semester in a filter, what is selected is the "last semester", and not "S1 2011" or "S2 2011".
- The "expand/collapse" mode can now by applied to rows and/or columns,
- Table fomatting can be copied/pasted from one table to another,
- Table performance was highly improved for large volumes of data.
Adjusting report size
Report designers can now decide whether the report Autofits to the current screen size (default behaviour) or whether it has a fixed size.
End users can then zoom into the report, or decide to switch the report to Autofit mode to fill the whole screen.
During public presentations (or when using a videoprojector), you can increase the size of the fonts with no impact on the report's structure. This makes the report more readable for your audience.
||Report in autofit mode
|Standard font size
||Increased font size