mrc Improves m-Power's Interactive Reporting

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Today, software developer mrc announces improved interactive reporting within m-Power. m-Power is a web application development platform that businesses use across their organizations. It creates web applications such as report-writing, Business Intelligence, executive dashboards, customer portals, and mobile applications to name a few.


Used for Business Intelligence (BI), interactive reports let users analyze large amounts of data. They provide users with a high-level view of their data, and lets them drill-down, filter, and sort their data as needed. Interactive reports are great BI tools because they let end users analyze their data from any angle.


This new enhancement brings improvements to the already-popular interactive report. Now, m-Power users can:


1. Adjust row dimensions
In a typical report, the end user cannot control which dimensions appear in their report, or the order in which they appear. With this latest enhancement, end users can rearrange or remove that dimension from their report. They can now change the drill-down order within their report, letting them view their data from any angle they need.


2. Collapse/expand all subtotal rows
Interactive reports display high-level data, and let users drill down for more information. But, as they contain large amounts of data, expanding every row to view subtotal data was often tedious. This enhancement simplifies the process, giving users the option to expand/collapse all subtotal rows with a single click.


3. Embed interactive reports inside user-defined dashboards
Another popular BI tool, a user-defined dashboard is a customizable business dashboard. It lets users pull charts, graphs, and data from other applications and display it in a single dashboard. Each user controls the layout and the data displayed in their user-defined dashboard.

With this latest enhancement, users can now embed interactive reports within user-defined dashboards. This adds flexibility to both the user-defined dashboard and the interactive report.



"Already one of m-Power's most popular templates, the interactive report is a powerful BI tool," says Tyler Wassell, mrc's Manager of Software Development. "This new enhancement gives users even more great features that will help them better analyze their data."


To view a live interactive reporting application with the latest features, visit this page: