Report Based Ad Hoc Analysis

In the enterprise reporting environment, ad hoc reports offer basic frameworks for analysis. InetSoft's Style Intelligence™ implements self-service enabled ad hoc analysis via end-user defined data mashup. This function you won't find among any other business intelligence solution. The key advantages of the Style Intelligence™ solution are:

  • It's easy to use, minimum training
  • Low IT investment and overhead
  • Leverage your existing infrastructure
  • 100% Web based, zero-client access from portal
  • Wizard-guided report creation with free-form editing
  • Aggregation with grouping and filtering functions
  • Report layout and presentation element library
  • Automatic security restriction updates

Since 1996 InetSoft has been offering business intelligence applications that are flexible and powerful, serving over 5,000 enterprises and solution providers worldwide. InetSoft offers ad hoc query and reporting software to build ad hoc queries with a drag and drop designer with their award winning Style Intelligence™ software. The software provides query applications, powerful database access capabilities with disparate data sources and ad hoc query analysis for all end users.

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Ad Hoc OLAP & Layout Tools

Style Intelligence™ ad hoc reporting tools enables users to analyze multidimensional data from multiple perspectives. Construct your ad hoc analysis using quick and easy access to data from an original report. Users can immediately access data by using a point-and-click interface. This cuts down asking different divisions and/or departments for separate data in a pressing situation.

Because Ad hoc OLAP plays an intricate part in traditional business intelligence, at InetSoft, we ensure to bring quality performance. We support Ad hoc OLAP tools with a special XMLA data source type. Furthermore, we provide an integrated OLAP front-end that allows business users to tap into this rich source of data.

Style Intelligence™ provides users with advanced functions and high levels of satisfaction through self-service. Use the our layout tools to arrange elements, add rows, and columns all according to your reporting requirements. Display data with the benefit of a supporting tabular grid structure. The layout options also allow you to define a formula within a cell, as in a spreadsheet application. In addition, you can change the layout, page size, and orientation of reports that use tabular layout, it is so easy.

The key advantages of InetSoft's Ad hoc report analysis solutions are:
  • The ability to leverage a data warehouse investment
  • Consistent high performance
  • The ability to mashup OLAP and other forms of data with multiple sources

InetSoft's rich ad hoc analysis options empower business users of all skill levels by providing the OLAP server tools necessary to access insightful information.

Evaluate InetSoft's Ad Hoc Report Analysis Solution

InetSoft offers Ad Hoc Reporting Analysis Software that is...

Easy enough to be:
  • Deployed in just weeks
  • End users will learn the application with minimal training
  • Executive functionality without the aid of IT
Agile enough to be:
  • Adaptable to changing data configuration and business needs
  • Used for data exploration through visualization
  • Provide maximum self-service through ad hoc and visualization analysis
  • Accommodate quick, formal, and experimental changes
Robust enough to:
  • Attract the attention of senior management
  • Meet the demands of power users
  • Run on a high performance, secure infrastructure

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How Does an Analyst at a Clinical Lab Use an Ad Hoc Report Analysis Solution?

As an analyst at a clinical lab, leveraging an ad hoc report analysis solution can provide you with the flexibility and agility to extract valuable insights from your data. Here's a step-by-step guide on how a clinical lab analyst can use an ad hoc report analysis solution:

  1. Define Objectives and Questions:
    • Clearly define the objectives of your analysis and the specific questions you aim to answer. This will guide your selection of data elements and parameters.
  2. Access the Ad Hoc Reporting Tool:
    • Log in to the ad hoc reporting tool provided by your clinical lab's information system. This tool should allow users to create custom reports based on their specific requirements.
  3. Select Data Sources:
    • Identify and select the relevant data sources within the system. This may include patient records, test results, sample information, and other relevant datasets.
  4. Choose Data Fields:
    • Pick the specific data fields and variables that are pertinent to your analysis. Depending on your objectives, this could involve patient demographics, test types, time periods, and any other relevant parameters.
  5. Apply Filters and Conditions:
    • Implement filters and conditions to narrow down the dataset to the specific subset of information you need. This step ensures that your analysis focuses on the relevant data points.
  6. Aggregate and Group Data:
    • If necessary, aggregate and group data to summarize information. This could involve grouping by patient demographics, test categories, or other criteria to gain a holistic view of the data.
  7. Create Visualizations:
    • Use the ad hoc reporting tool's features to create visualizations such as charts, graphs, and tables. Visual representations can make complex data more accessible and highlight trends or patterns.
  8. Iterate and Refine:
    • Explore the initial results and iteratively refine your analysis. Adjust filters, variables, or visualization parameters based on insights gained during the process.
  9. Export and Share Results:
    • Once satisfied with the analysis, export the results in a format that is suitable for your needs. This could be a report, a dashboard, or raw data for further analysis.
  10. Collaborate with Stakeholders:
    • Share your findings with relevant stakeholders such as healthcare professionals, researchers, or management. Collaborate on interpreting the results and discussing potential implications.
  11. Document the Analysis Process:
    • Document the steps taken during the analysis, including data sources, filters applied, and any assumptions made. This documentation is crucial for transparency, reproducibility, and future reference.
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