When it comes to business intelligence, utilizing a program that runs and creates easy to use reports is vital. Microsoft SSRS does just that. SSRS, or SQL Server Reporting Services, work with you to create reports that are tabular, graphical, and free-form from relational, multidimensional, and XML based data sources. These reports can be published and accessed on demand. SSRS also includes a built-in scheduling tool that allows you to perform basic report deployments through email, file share, or SharePoint. Moreover, you can use SSRS in different ways, alongside other systems, to deploy business reports. Microsoft SSRS is packed full of features that help to aid your business, but these can be enhanced with third-party software; take a look at the top five in this article.