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3 Ways SSRS Data Driven Subscriptions Can Be Customer Driven

Customers want to have it their way in all things, including the way they view relevant information. Users want their reports (invoices, sales slips, system snapshots) to be presented in the format they want, showing only the information relevant to their needs, and delivered to the location of their choice. On demand reporting environments naturally give users this level of customization to their reporting. Can the same “have it your way” mentality be applied to a scheduled report environment? Let’s look at a few ways SSRS Data Driven Subscriptions let customers and users get reports any way they want them.

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How Real-Time Dashboards Are Superior To Customer Service

The internet allows immediate access to all kinds of information, and your customers want to know more about your business. More than that, they want data. New tools like real-time dashboards, provide customers with the tools they need to answer their own questions. The data drawn from these dashboards and analytics, update in real time, making it more accurate than any periodical report. Without a doubt, these dashboards are a clever way to provide superior customer service, while trimming your department’s budget.

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Top 3 Ways Business Intelligence Can Prevent Cybercrime

Internet security is a major issue in our world. People and businesses worry about whether or not their information is safe and private. People don't want their identities to be stolen, and businesses don't want any of their information leaked. So how can cyber security experts use business intelligence to help? Here are the top three ways that business intelligence can prevent cybercrime.

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