Beyond the Big Data deluge, many enterprises leveraging SQL reporting services in managing vast databases of critical business information are growing at breakneck speeds. The ability to develop and manage customized database queries without employing experienced and well-trained IT professionals for the sole purpose of database management means financial decision makers and C-suite executives can involve themselves in gathering valuable and accurate intelligence by creating customized data analytics reports all by themselves.
For small and midsize business (SMB) organizations operating on limited IT resources and personnel, SQL reporting services generating necessary insights efficiently empower C-suite executives to develop and act upon business strategies in response to rapidly changing market characteristics and customer behavior. This flexibility is crucial for budget-bound SMBs aiming to compete against their larger counterparts in the challenging economic climate favoring businesses that can mold their strategies efficiently by leveraging SQL reporting services as the need arises.
In the modern digital era, business systems largely comprise of databases such as Microsoft SQL containing information about their employees, accounts, customers and products, among others. These databases are often filled with valuable structured and unstructured data used for analytics operations as well as storing necessary information that needs to be accessed in the future. Fully functional SQL reporting services providing comprehensive reports from multiple data sources enable businesses to make the most out of the available IT deployments in-house as well as in cloud-based networks.
However, managing SQL databases is a challenge in itself. Adding to the complexity of database management are factors such as cyber-attacks, natural disasters and data recovery issues. Downtime and IT outages caused by inability to access necessary information stored in databases cost businesses up to $11,000 per minute according to the research firm...