Converglyze Launches Public Beta of Converglyze Report, a Business Intelligence Solution for Everyone

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Converglyze Report puts low-cost business intelligence ad-hoc reporting in the hands of non-technical business users.

Converglyze today announced the public beta of the only reporting software designed for business users, Converglyze Report.

Converglyze Report is designed specifically for non-technical users. It puts business intelligence reporting in the hands of the end-user where it belongs. It gives end-users the ability to create sophisticated reports from scratch without needing to know anything about programming. Converglyze Report features patent-pending technology that simulates the thinking and development process of report programmers. To an end user, it's like having a reporting programmer inside the computer working on the requests in real-time.

Converglyze Report is intelligent software. It can understand the data model and the data of database(s) it is connected to, and learn from experiences. It enables the business user to create true ad-hoc report instantly using only business knowledge. The user can create the report, view the output, and continuously refine the report.

Converglyze Report makes business intelligence affordable for everyone. It does not need any development or implementation effort from IT, and can run on any server. It greatly reduces IT resources needed and lowers the cost for a reporting solution. End users can create reports and be productive on the day the software is installed.

Converglyze Reports offers all the commonly used features of a reporting solution packaged in a very easy-to-use UI. It supports reporting of data from multiple sources, reports sharing, graphical and charting reports, time-series, drill-down reports, live analysis, multiple output formats, and scheduling.

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About Converglyze Corporation
Converglyze Corporation develops intelligent software. Software that are flexible, adaptable, and learn from experience like human, and not rigid and precise like machine logic. The convergence of human thinking process and computing processing.

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