Accessing Your Data With SQL Server Reporting Services
Successful organizations need to extend information beyond their organization and seamlessly interact with customers, partners, and suppliers in real time.
NWDS' Anchorage, Alaska-based Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services consultants enables your organization to transform enterprise data into shared information for insightful, timely decisions in a cost-effective way. NWDS' SQL Server Reporting consultants are experts at Reporting Services implementation, report development, and support.
SQL Server Reporting Services is a comprehensive, server-based solution enabling the creation, management, and delivery of both traditional, paper-oriented reports and interactive, Web-based reports. SQL Reporting Services combines data management capabilities of SQL Server and Microsoft Windows Server with Microsoft Office System applications delivering real-time information to support daily operations.
Complete Database Reporting Life Cycle Support:
SQL Server Reporting Services supports complete reporting life cycle, including:
Report authoring. Report developers can create reports to be published to the Report Server using Microsoft or other design tools that use Report Definition Language (RDL), an XML-based industry standard used to define reports.
Report management. Report definitions, folders, and resources are published and managed as a Web service. Managed reports can be executed either on demand or on a specified schedule, and are cached for consistency and performance. In SQL Server Reporting Services, administrators can use the Management Studio to organize reports and data sources, schedule report execution and delivery, and track reporting history.
Report delivery. SQL Server Reporting Services supports both on-demand (pull) and event-based (push) delivery of reports. Users can view reports in a Web-based format or in e-mail.
Report security. SQL Server Reporting Services implements a flexible, role-based security model to protect reports and reporting resources. The product includes extensible interfaces for integrating other security models as well.