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Thursday, July 23, 2020

Why SSRS ?

Here, are prime reasons for using SSRS tool:
  • SSRS is an enhanced tool compared to Crystal Reports
  • Faster processing of reports on both relational and multidimensional data
  • Allows better and more accurate Decision-making mechanism for the users
  • Allows users to interact with information without involving IT professionals
  • It provides a World Wide Web-based connection for deploying reports. Hence, reports can be accessed over the internet
  • SSRS allows reports to be exported in different formats. You can deliver SSRS reports using emails
  • SSRS provides a host of security features, which helps you to control, who can access which report.

Example of SSRS reporting

Consider an example of a medical research institute where patients are recruited for various clinical trials.
The staff in the institute creates a database record for each patient.
Once they agree to be part of the trial, and the hospital gets the payment form the drug company based on the price at which it is ready to participate.
Without SSRS, the medical institute would need to manually email a report to the pharma company with the total number of weekly participants. The institute must also add details of every patient included in the trial, the number of drugs used, and all the unwanted situations. As a result, the time taken to collect and send this data in the correct format may consume loads of valuable time in the clinic.
If the institute were recording data, with the help of SSRS tool, they would be able to produce on-demand reports in a pre-defined format.
With SSRS, the drug company can access the report on the cloud, run the report at any time to get the latest data from the clinic.

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