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From .NET Reporting to Business Intelligence: How software developers today are unleashing critical business efficiencies across the board

, 11 May 2009 CPOL
Boundaries between .NET reporting and business intelligence are fast blurring and customer expectations are high. Developers who opt for mature, cross-functional .NET reporting tools can hope to exceed present and future needs of their customers. Today, over 50,000 developers are using the ActiveRep

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