Jaspersoft 4, a commercial open source Business Intelligence Suite designed for web applications, is now available.
Jaspersoft, developers of Business Intelligence (BI) software, announced Jaspersoft 4 earlier this week. Jaspersoft 4 uses new modular UI architecture and offers a new GUI for its visual dashboarding and self-service features, and this latest release should help overcome traditional barriers to adoption of BI.
Jaspersoft 4 builds on the open, standards-based architecture of the Jaspersoft BI Suite to provide the BI Builder with the user interface flexibility to deliver BI and drive faster user adoption.
New features include Consumer Web Application-Style UI, 100 percent Web Application Architecture, Easy BI Web Application Customization and Integration and more.
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