Create smart SQL Server reports using Windward reporting software.
SQL Server database is made up technical tables that might look a little overwhelming.This is why it is not advisable to create reports right out of the database.For non-technical people to understand the data stipulated in the database,they need to be looking at it in a simple and more visual way.
This is where Windward steps into the picture...
The Template Designer created by Windward allows even the most populated data statements to be created and transformed into reports that look stunning and easy to comprehend.
The good thing about Windward’s Template Designer is that it attaches itself to the Microsoft Office environment so seamlessly that it does not even feel like it is a separate program at all. And, with the SQL Server being created by the same company that made MS Office, generating reports and interconnecting all of these things have become so easy.
The ability of Windward to sit right inside the MS Office applications allows even administrators who have little to no background about databases and IT development to create amazing reports in just a few clicks.
The most notable feature of Windward’s Template Designer is its wizard. It provides a detailed step-by-step procedure on how to import the data from SQL Server up to the layout of the design itself. Here are a few more advantages that you can get when you integrate Windward’s Template Designer to Microsoft Office:
Windward has been in the industry for more than a decade already. Ever since it was founded, it only has one goal — to provide the best solutions for businesses particularly n the aspect of report generation and creation.
Through the years, Windward had some of the biggest and most well-known companies as clients. Moreover, it also started to tap the small and medium enterprises who are looking into integrating technological solutions as they get ready for business expansion.
SQL Server is one of the many types of RDBMS or relational database management systems that is widely used in many business IT environments nowadays. It was adopted by Microsoft and is now developed to support a huge array of business intelligence, analytics applications, and transaction processing.
It sits right next to the DB2 of IBM and the Oracle Database as the top three popular and most-trusted database technologies as of today.
Microsoft SQL Server is just like most RDBMS systems out there. It is built over SQL, the widely used programming language that DBAs and IT professionals use to deal with databases and data queries.
SQL Server was not originally made by Microsoft. It was SAP, formerly known as Sybase Inc., that developed it first during the 1980s. It was only until a few years after that Microsoft teamed up with the creator to make the very first commercially available SQL Server in 1989.
In 1994, Microsoft gained full control of the marketing and development of the SQL Server. Subsequently, it created a version that is fully integrated into its operating systems.