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OLAP Reporting

Excel olap reporting for presentation and reporting

Excel OLAP Reporting

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OLAP Reporting for Excel can access multiple data cubes to analyze and aggregate business data for sharing reports within workgroups and organizations. The OLAP reporting solution for Excel is ideal for organizations which have many databases that contain huge amounts of information. OLAP Reporting can significantly reduce the investment required to explore data from multiple sources and facilitate business decision making timeliness and effectiveness.

Key features of OLAP Reporting for Excel include:
  • Connect to a highly compressed .cub file with aggregated data (without size limitations) or directly to Microsoft Analysis Services.
  • Supports multiple .cub files.
  • Show pivot table, chart or both.
  • Supports filtering and drill-down capabilities.
  • Save charts as .gif image, for inclusion in presentations and documents.
  • Customized report creation, generator and saving.
  • Multiple graphs and charts (requires Excel 2002 or later)
  • Supports 3-D graphs.
  • Supports Microsoft Analysis Services 2005.
  • Ability to add report descriptions suing HTML editor.
  • Full Unicode support.

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(Updated on 2023-07-01)

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