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Jet Reports unveil new Excel-based reporting product for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers
PORTLAND, Ore. – Hundreds of thousands of Microsoft Dynamics GP users around the world can now create data-rich reports within minutes as a result of a new product line from Jet Reports, the company’s CEO Joe Little announced today.
Jet Reports has partnered with Microsoft to create Jet Express for Excel which will be unveiled at Amplify – the Microsoft and GPUG co-hosted conference taking place May 23-25 in Anaheim, CA. This new reporting solution will be available free to all Microsoft Dynamics GP customers in June.
“Using Jet Express for Excel, business users can create basic reports in minutes, with no advanced programming skills required,” said Jon Oesch, Jet Reports’ Vice President of Sales, who will be demonstrating the product at Amplify. “This means users can leverage all the Excel knowledge they already have on staff to quickly build financial statements and insightful reports directly from real-time Microsoft Dynamics GP data.”
This new financial and business reporting solution leverages Excel’s expansive analytic capabilities such as charts, pivot tables and custom formatting to rapidly build reports based on any data that exists in Microsoft Dynamics GP. The resulting reports provide insight into operations including sales and finance, A/P and A/R, or inventory.
Little said Microsoft approached Jet Reports following successful integration of the Jet Express for Excel with Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers, with the aim of creating more alignment between products and Microsoft’s future vision and development.
“Microsoft Dynamics NAV customers have been benefiting from Jet Reports for 14 years, so we were honored that Microsoft approached us about providing this functionality for all of its Microsoft Dynamics GP users as well,” Little said. The new tool will be compatible with all versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP, including through to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016, and will also offer an upgrade path.
“The Partnership between Jet and Microsoft is designed to support the increasing number of Microsoft Dynamics GP customers who are choosing to move their deployments to the cloud on Microsoft Azure,” said Pam Misialek, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft
Is there an update on when the new product will be available for download?
Coming soon, this month. July 2016.
I see there is a preview version available for download. Does anyone know when the full version will be available?
Can Jet Reports be used to replace FRX or Management Reporter?