Sage BusinessVision Drives Business Intelligence Reporting
The Sage BusinessVision platform is about to receive enhanced value with the release of the Stonefield Query for Sage BusinessVision. This latest solution from Stonefield Software includes 55 free reports and is designed to deliver business intelligence, reporting and ad-hoc query capabilities to the Sage BusinessVision solution.
Neil Sorensen, Stonefield Software Inc. Channel Account Manager shared in a recent statement that this release will save Sage BusinessVision customers significant amounts of time and money as it allows the end-user to select from a list of the company’s most requested custom reports. He compared the cost of hiring a consultant to create these 55 reports, which would run in the thousands of dollars.
As the Stonefield Query solution is customized specifically for the Sage BusinessVision solution, the IT bottleneck normally created with business intelligence reporting is eliminated as reporting is put in the hands of the casual user. By delivering an easy to use business intelligence reporting software solution, Stonefield enables customers to derive more value from their BusinessVision solution.
Stonefield Query Version 4.0 also offers a new “application view” to make creating ad hoc queries and custom reports much simpler. Users can see data in the same way it is presented in the application, eliminating the need to search through confusing tables and fields at the database level.
Sorenson highlighted that this solution is a powerful end-user reporting software tool that combines the application view, use of pivot tables and a built-in scheduling service to truly enhance business intelligence to deliver more value to the enterprise. Stonefield positions this solution as delivering enough savings in time and money to outweigh the cost of the solution itself.
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