Foxfire! makes BI easy enough for everyday business people. Watch the video or keep reading to see just how easy it is.

You describe the result and Foxfire! does the rest. It finds your data, lays it out, and presents it the way you’ve requested
It takes only minutes to create most Requests.

  • Output formats are: PDF, doc, rtf, formatted xls, dynamic pivot tables, four kinds of XML, and email; you can also specify certain items to fill-in pre-printed or PDF forms (New in v9)
  • Design mode gives constant visual feedback while you choose, verify and re-choose, eliminating most trial and error steps
    Items can be dragged from the workbench onto the report; you can tailor their appearance – display widths, column headings, edit masks, font styles, and more. Your changes can apply to this report only, a one-time run, or to all reports across the board
  • You can create new data items during design like custom calculations or formulas at your option (link to illustration)
  • Filtering is simple yet powerful and flexible. The most common options, available only because of cryptic language to techies in the past, now are accessible to everyday business people in everyday language (examples: date ranges like “last week”, “next week”, “this quarter”, “last year”, or “expand the search”, etc
  • Separate-and-send™ feature emails certain report pages to the appropriate individual (e.g. sales-report pages for each salesperson can be copied to a separate PDF file and emailed to that individual; one pass of the report Request distributes the relevant pages to each salesperson) (link to illustration)
  • Total item counts and unique-value counts (“Distinct Count”) are available in Summary Requests
  • Auto-page formatting adjusts column widths automatically to fit the page if the maximum allowable page width is exceeded. You can override it if you wish
  • Requests can be exchanged with other users or support staff by email; they also can be stored in a library and downloaded by others (this can be a profit-center for a vertical app developer)

You can create a batch of Requests and run Requests based on the outcome of earlier Requests

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