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https://media.trustradius.com/product-logos/M1/My/PIVU6BETBT1N.pngJaspersoft--Power, Flexibility and SimplicityWe embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers We embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our internally used application(s) We use TIBCO Jaspersoft for print-ready, pixel-perfect reporting,Jaspersoft can be seamlessly embedded into web applications. Jaspersoft is easily customized allowing nearly complete control over the reporting environment. Jaspersoft is scalable allowing it to grow to meet the needs of our growing user base as our deployment rolls out across the country. Jaspersoft is easy to learn for the report developer.,Jaspersoft Studio is a little "buggy" having to be closed and re-opened periodically throughout the day. Multi-select queries return and load the entire query result set rather than allowing "lazy-loading" of records as a user scrolls. This results in slow loading report parameter screens as the lists are loaded. It would be great to have source control (such as Version One or Git) better integrated into Jaspersoft. Version 6.4.3.final of Jaspersoft Studio has some bugs where some button on the main toolbar simply do not function (such as "Publish the file on JasperReports Server."),9,Jaspersoft has had a huge positive impact for my company. Our reporting platform has been one of the most reliable parts of our new system having been running in production for more than six months without a single production outage. The users love the ability to run reports themselves, real-time and export them in a number of formats. As a developer, I appreciate the back-end ability to monitor and debug any issues the users have such as report performance and accessibility. Having the ability to use a pre-defined template for new report creation allows for the rapid creation and deployment of new reports in a matter of days rather than weeks or months.,Jaspersoft Premium Support (No annual case limit),Our current implementation of Jaspersoft touches two data sources in a single web interface. Although we do not currently use Jaspersoft across multiple platforms or a large variety of data sources, we realize that may be a future need and appreciate the flexibility provided by Jaspersoft if that need arises. As our company continues to grow and we integrate more of our business units together, this broad platform support may become critically important in the future.,Multi-tenancy is a feature we currently use as we provide reports to internal users for client reports, reports to external clients (specific to an account) and accounting reports to our internal financial team. As all of these reports are accessed through the same web-interface it is critical to segment them by security and profiles.,Business Objects SRC and Microsoft SQL Server,9,Implemented in-house,10,Self-taught,The product was quite easy to learn the basics. Once I got more deeply into the product and began developing more complex solutions, my training became more intricate and I had to learn the product in more detail. However, overall would rate Jaspersoft as one of the more intuitive report development interfaces I have used.,None/Don't Know/Other,,,Real-time reporting Multiple data sources Mobile device reporting access Data visualizations,We have fully integrated Jaspersoft into a custom-developed web site for use by corporate personnel as well as clients Using our in-house developed web site, we have developed a very robust report scheduling system,We hope to use a future edition of Jaspersoft to query data from multiple, disparate data sources We plan to use Jaspersoft ad-hoc reporting,10,Microsoft Office 365, Snagit, Skype for Business,No,Product Features Product Reputation Vendor Reputation Existing Relationship with the Vendor Third-party Reviews,We are satisfied with our evaluation and selection process.,Yes,Yes,I was experiencing an issue where I was unable to use the publish button on my toolbar to publish reports. Jaspersoft support responded quickly with a work-around while they researched the issue. Within a couple of days, they were able to provide a patch correcting the issue.,Easy to insert an externally developed query into a report Easy to control deployment to multiple environments,It is difficult, if not impossible to incorporate source control with Jaspersoft It is currently not possible to use data from multiple data sources in a single report Upon publishing a report, it is frustrating that Jaspersoft does not save my publication preferences from report to report,9Jaspersoft in a high demand 24/7 operationWe embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers We use TIBCO Jaspersoft for print-ready, pixel-perfect reporting,Support is excellent - very quick response time and good information. Report server seems to run quickly and reliably without much attention. Training material readily available. Significant ability to customize the product,I would like to see an administrator dashboard in the report server tool to monitor report generations, report failures, currently running reports with ability to kill long running reports, etc. GUI access to the many, many settings that can be added/tweaked on the report server. I would like to see easier access to add functions within the report without writing an external jar file. we don't use java on a day to day basis so I found the process of adding a custom library of functions a little awkward. We also allow our users to make copies of our reports to customize on their own. Since they are non-technical, the process of writing a function for themselves is usually over their heads. Our customers are very much missing the ability to select specific fields from a print-ready report display and export to Excel. Our previous product had it and we hear it from everyone as we replace it. Current export of a print-formatted report to Excel tries to render it so it looks visibly the same, but it just ends up unusable for any sort of normal spreadsheet usage.,7,The price of the product and support agreement was the attraction for us. The nature of the licensing agreement was much more friendly than our previous experience.,These types of considerations don't usually come up until you run into a roadblock. And I suppose it says something that we have not run into one yet. There always seemed to be a different approach to take as we implemented such that we have not run into any problems that could not be overcome. We only have two different datasource options, we dictated the platform for the report server, and we left the report server using the default application server and repository database so we are not likely one of the more demanding architectures.,This is something we have little experience in yet, but are happy to see that the product seems to support that well. We do have a cloud offering and appreciate the ability to have clear separation between customers.,,8,Yes,No,adding simple changes to table based reports through the screen viewer is quite nice. sorting, filtering, hiding and showing columns, etc. Also the ability to save those changes as a new report format. the timezone shifting on dates and times printed on the report was surprisingly easy. we were using TIMEZONE WITH LOCAL TIMEZONE database types with Oracle to accomplish the timezone shifting for us, but Jasper accomplishes the same thing with any date/time data type. comparing report changes from one version to the next. Since the report is all XML, it's a simple visual diff.,Determining what reports are currently executing without diving into the API, and creating your own UI to manage them.,Yes, but I don't use it,7Jaspersoft -- Flexibility and Power at the Core of your BusinessWe embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers We use TIBCO Jaspersoft for print-ready, pixel-perfect reporting,Flexibility. TIBCO Jaspersoft is extremely flexible. We use the embedded report engine to crank out thousands of static reports in PDF and Excel format. We use JasperServer to serve up HTML and javascript based dynamic reports and dashboards through visualize.js. We also use JasperServer directly for working with data in an ad hoc fashion. There are even ETL capabilities (though we haven't really explored those much). There is also flexibility when it comes to connecting to different data sources, defining security, etc. Within reports you aren't even limited to the libraries that JasperSoft provides! We've done some very rich and complex visualizations through JasperSoft using third party libraries like D3.js. Really, the sky is the limit. I haven't run into a data presentation problem yet that I can't solve at least in part by using Jaspersoft. Report creation tools. Jaspersoft Studio is extremely powerful. It is also a very familiar environment for folks coming from other report creation tools. This is important to us because we have to train dozens of report writers across our clients every year. For those that come from Crystal Reports, Jaspersoft Studio feels very intuitive very quickly. Pixel perfection. We have a lot of standardized reports from the IRS and other government entities. Jaspersoft makes it easy to put a very visually complex form together quickly and accurately. Power. I have yet to run into a reporting problem Jaspersoft cannot solve.,Excel defaults. When designing a report for PDF then exporting to Excel, Jaspersoft, in an effort to maintain pixel perfection, makes the excel version a bit unusable. It is possible to mitigate some of that with some intelligent directives but it would be easier if some things -- getting rid of extraneous rows and columns, for example, would behave a bit more intuitively without intervention. More intuitive security on JasperServer. Much of the security features on Domains and Ad Hoc reporting require either direct manipulation of SQL, XML, or repository placement. I'd like to see some intuitive screens for setting up security in a more visual and intuitive manner. More flexible security on JasperServer. I'd also like to see security down to the data source layer. Going through Domains is not always viable. Better automatic validation up and down the Datasource to Domain to Ad Hoc chain when there is a change to a datasource or domain.,10,Online training In-person training Self-taught,We moved our clients from Crystal Reports to JasperSoft. Under SAP Crystal became far less flexible and prohibitively expensive. With JasperSoft we regained the flexibility and power that we required for our embedded reporting solution with the bonus (now a business necessity) of embedded dynamic reports and ad hoc capabilities to boot! We've trained dozens of report developers of a variety of skill levels to use JasperSoft and have been very successful. The conversion of hundreds of Crystal Reports has gone very smoothly. I don't think any other tool would have felt as familiar as Crystal and I don't think we would have been as successful with this business critical transition. We have been able to offer more reporting capability to our customers for far less cost while providing an environment that felt comfortable and familiar. JasperSoft has continued to innovate and grow and we continue to leverage those innovations every chance we get. Our ROI has been tremendous. There have been many sales made where JasperSofts capabilities over their competitors absolutely made the difference.,Broad platform support is important to us and our clients because school districts operate many different systems and they must report against systems they have very little control over like state data repositories. They also have requirements that are non-negotiable depending on their local political landscape and previous agreements like their database type, or whether they can operate in a hosted environment, multi-tenant environment, or if they have to stay on-prem or in a government run or sanctioned IT service center.,For us, multi-tenancy isn't that important. Having that capability has made local testing and development deployments easier, however, so we do appreciate it.,,8,Implemented in-house,8,40,7,Basic static reports against our client's databases. Dynamic Dashboards generated from our client's data. Ad Hoc reporting for executive-level employees of our clients.,Some of our clients have been able to take dashboards that we've generated to be embedded in our products pages and repurpose them for their own public-facing portals. If there are any changes in the underlying logic, their portal dashboards are updated at the same time!,Right now we use very specific 'Dashboard pages' to show dynamic reports and graphs. In the future, we plan on embedding dynamic, interactive graphs seamlessly throughout our product.,10,Yes,Price Product Features Positive Sales Experience with the Vendor Third-party Reviews,I wouldn't. It's worked out beautifully.,Yes,Change management was a big part of the implementation and was well-handled,Figuring out the security module Figuring out deployment workflow with our current operations processes Training our clients to use the new system Excel formatting reports that Crystal handled automagically.,Yes,We were attempting to create a link for the users of our product to jump into JasperSoft server and use the AdHoc features. Our main sticking point was security. Some of the AdHoc reports contained very sensitive information. There was a bit of an impedance mismatch between our security models. We also had a very limited understanding of JasperSoft's model. Over the course of several weeks JasperSoft stayed on the phone with us, answered our questions, performed go-to meetings to look at our code and security examples and, in general, did every thing they could to understand our security model and our aims and helped us craft a plan to make our end-user's experience as seemless as possible.,Connecting to a Data Source Scheduling Reports Distributing Reports Creating Ad Hoc reports,Changing underlying Domains,8Top heavy but worth it in the end!We embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers,Pixel perfect reports Multi-tenancy Jaspersoft Studio - a powerful tool for designing reports and publishing them seamlessly to the server SSO (Single Sign-On) Affordable BI stack,Dated UI. Definitely not Web 2.0! Multi-tenant row level security and data domains are not easily implemented without consultants. Learning curve. Training and documentation drives success, even for technical folks. Lack of sample reports/templates for the education vertical. Server config/license management should be web accessible for the superuser.,7,No ROI realized yet. However, we are rebooting the project and have a better chance at success this time. Utilizing TIBCO resources to attain our goal this time, versus using third party external vendors.,We run on an open source stack and offer Jaspersoft as a SaaS product. So broad platform support is nice to have but not critical to us as long as our stack is supported.,Extremely important, especially for SaaS vendors like us that have a single database for all the clients. Data security and logical segmentation are critical to us and we would not even have considered Jaspersoft if it did not have native support for multi-tenancy.,Microsoft Power BI, Sisense and Tableau Online,5,Vendor implemented Professional services company,5,Online training,5,We used the UpShift customer success program for installation, training, upgrading, patching,etc. Not the best use perhaps but we needed to ensure a solid production environment for our clients. We burned through the hours with a reasonable outcome but no documentation/hand-off or follow through.,No,No,Not experienced it yet on the technical support side. On the business side though, The Client Success Manager is quite eager to help and reaches out frequently to check in. That can be attributes to good account management strategy as well. Also to be fair, Professional Services supported their work really well even after the engagement was complete. A part of that depends on the relationship you strike up with them as well.,Building basic reports. However, you need to be at least an intermediate level SQL expert as the bulk of the report creation logic lies in the SQL. Basic dashboards. User and Role Management Connecting to data. We used JDBC. Interactions with Reports/Dashboards and Data Export functions,Setting up row level security in multi-tenant deployments. We had to hire experts. Jaspersoft Studio Professional is very clunky to use Dated UI and UX concepts lead to the lack of intuitiveness. Visualize.js, with its shortcomings. iFrame embeds for Analytics is not the best or modern approach for integrations. That is what we had to use.,Yes, but I don't use it,6Jasper Reports is a great piece of software for reporting.We use TIBCO Jaspersoft for print-ready, pixel-perfect reporting Other,This may not be an obvious one, but the installer is well done. A lot of these products that are somewhat of a combination of other "back-end" components can be a pain to install. The fact that TIBCO/Jaspersoft bundles everything required into ONE installer is a huge blessing to any IT person wanting or needing to do an installation. Jasper makes upgrades VERY easy. Since the entire reporting repository can be exported in a few clicks of a mouse (or via the shell/command-line) and imported AS-IS into a newer version is a major win. The configuration files for Jasper's reporting server are all XML. Human readable. That's a big plus for people used to being forced into using proprietary software with closed-format binary configurations.,Documentation. While *using* Jasper Reports server is super simple and probably doesn't need much in the way of documentation, the overall quantity of documentation regarding some of the smaller details is severely lacking. The reports editor. JasperStudio is OK. We use it, we make loads of reports with it, it's 100 times better than what we used before. But, the documentation for the report editor is terrible, and it seems as if some things just don't make sense. For example, no quick way to signify that you just want columns of data in a delimited file, no formatting, no special spacing, no anything other than straight data. There IS a way to do that in JasperStudio, but it's time-consuming, and it's very "repeatable" in the sense that it COULD be automated fairly easily, but just isn't. Virtual Data Sources. This is one of the coolest and most useful things Jasper can do, but it's crippled and no explanation is given as to WHY it is that way. Crippled in what way, you may ask? The VDS system works in the Jasper Server, but NOT in the report editor. :/ As such, you can't test a report in the editor which needs data from a VDS then import that report into Jasper and use it. You can kinda fake it with datasets and connection parameters, but it just isn't what it COULD be with a little extra development.,10,It takes slightly MORE time for us to develop reports with Jasper compared to our previous solution, but what we can do with them is SO MUCH better, that the value isn't even comparable. Users are happier (easy to use interface). Customers are happier (auto-delivered reports). Fewer applications needed (Jasper can report on so many different kinds of data).,Other,Very important. While the underlying OSes supported is nice, the number of different types of datasources is where Jasper is awesome. In a larger organization, especially one that has made business acquisitions, you may be tasked with providing reports on data from several different data sources. Using Jasper made that SUPER easy. To us, it is very important. Having multiple deployment types is useful as well.,We currently do not utilize the multi-tenancy facet of Jaspersoft to integrate to a third-part application. As such, I cannot in good faith write a meaningful statement as the importance of this capability. If we were to expand the utilization of this software throughout our entire organization, we would surely use multi-tenancy.,,10,Implemented in-house,10,Self-taught,Yes. Yes, depending on experience with using other "design" software.,To the best of my knowledge, I have not engaged with the TIBCO Jaspersoft UpShift customer success program.,60,1,Reports for management. Being able to see whether or not we are making progress (via data / charts) is vital to see if our strategies actually work. Reports for customers. Some of our customers like getting various types of data regarding the services we provide for them. This is very easy for us due to the ability to schedule reports in Jasper. Using Jasper to out reports for our production and shipping accuracy is vital to one of our programs. Without the ability to quickly see if everything is accurate, our shipping would be greatly delayed.,I'm not sure we use Jasper and any innovative or unexpected ways. The reason we use Jasper is its flexibility as a software.,If other branches of the company used Jasper, we could use the multi-tenancy features. Right now, we just don't have a need for it.,10,Yes,Product Features Product Usability,I probably wouldn't change it. I downloaded the community version of Jasper, tried it, realized it did everything we wanted, and recommended it to our organization. Simple.,No,Change management was a minor issue with the implementation,None. We ran the installer, it installed. :/ Not sure if that's the answer you wanted, but it was super smooth.,10,Change the default timeout. Sessions timed out VERY quickly be default.,No - we have not done any customization to the interface,No - we have not done any custom code,We changed the default timeout for sessions. It was 20 minutes by default. This was somewhat of a pain for various reasons. Changed it to 4 hours.,Yes,No,I can't. But not because they wouldn't provide exceptional support. I've just never needed it.,Running reports. :) Literally just click on them. Finding reports. While I personally use the repository most frequently, I find that the majority of users just use the search.,This only applies to JasperStudio, so I don't know if this counts as toward the software that end-users would see... The cumbersome thing in JasperStudio is making a basic report to just output a CSV (or other delimited text file) with NO formatting, no "column width", no truncating of data. While it is doable, and not "hard", it is super time consuming compared to what you'd think...,10,10,10,10,None.,No.,API (e.g. SOAP or REST),10,Read the manual. :),10,10,We didn't negotiate any terms.,Luke 6:31 And as ye would that men should do to you, do ye also to them likewise. If you treat a vendor well, they usually treat you well in return.,Yes,Honestly, for we use Jasper for, the ONLY benefit we got from upgrading was a little bit nicer interface setting up FTP output, and the ability to use the Salesforce driver.,While there may be some things I'd LIKE, I don't expect them. So really I am not expecting anything different from what we have now.,No,NoAbout JasperWe embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers,Charts are very good looking. It has dynamic and easy built reports For developers it is very easy to learn and develop nice looking reports very fast, even without any Java background. Adhoc reports are very useful. It is easily embedded into any web application Jasper server works very fast, and you can easily organize it and use it for several clients (by splitting organizations) Intuitive and easy administration for managing reports and permissions,Deployment of jasper reports is not good. Especially if you are planning some automatic deployment. Jasper studio Integration with TFS Most of configuring of Jasper server is mostly done in config files. There should be an option to do it on a server. i.e. email configuration. Database authentication is complex, needs to be documented better Logging errors needs to be improved.,8,Online training In-person training Self-taught,We managed to develop our solution with only 2 developers and it was large solution. So it is simple and doesn't require too much resources. We could built simple reports fast, but there are complex reports which are complex because of data but not for reports, and I have used much faster solutions for that.,Our application is Microsoft MVC web application ,and we use Microsoft Sql server we could easily embed it and use it with our solution, and usage of database authentication was not easy but we managed to integrate that also. Jasper is uses Java and PostgreSql (by default) but it is integrated with other types of solutions,It sounds good, but because of deployment issues and external authentication, we are not using it. It is a good idea to have one jasper server for multiple organizations, but some tune up is needed. We have a lot of reports and Scheduling reports (over Quartz) have caused us a lot of troubles, because when there are multiple reports scheduled at same time it simply stops working. That's why we create multiple jasper servers and use only one organization per each.,Microsoft BI and Pyramid Analytics,10,2,adhoc reports official on demand reports Scheduled reports,We didn't expect adhoc reporting to be so much useful We have clients in different time zones, so we didn't expect that we would easily provide data to different time zones. Jasper helped Didn't expect to embed it at first, but since it was simple we did it,ETL process analytics features for mobile,4,Not Sure,Product Features Product Usability,I would focus more one development time, and learning curve. Since reports looks nice, but you need too much time to develop such reports, which you don't have in rapid development projects. I would more insist and focus on our needs and then check if product feet what we are expecting from it.,Implemented in-house,No,Change management was minimal,configuring jasper server certificates database authentication configuration automate deployment,2,4,Yes,No, we had few bugs submitted. I don't think I got answer at all. We have a bug with Quartz and schedules were scheduled reports just stops working and no errors is logged. And we didn't get any answer, that far away from exceptional support. I also had a training and no answers to my questions after that.,administration of jasper server adhoc reports schedules deployment from Jasperstudio,Investigate errors, looking into logs automatic deployment configuring database authentication,Yes, but I don't use it,3Jasper Reports Server needs work with authencationWe use TIBCO Jaspersoft for print-ready, pixel-perfect reporting,Reports are easy to access/use for end users. User rights are easy to see how they break down for each user.,Jasper Reports Server really needs support for CAC (common access card) authentication or at least allow external authentication to authenticate internal users. My goal is to put a unique identifier, found on each CAC, as an attribute on each internal Jasper Reports Server accounts. I then want to authenticate users by making reference to this attribute then logging the users in as an internal user. I currently have my setup working with externally defined users, but it is a pain and I am trying to move to internally defined users.,7,Jasper Reports Server's greatest strength is that it allows for reports to be deployed on the fly without having to create a new build or restart the web application.,Jaspersoft Standard Support or Professional Standard Support for AWS (12 annual cases),As long as Jasper Reports Server supports our web application and database, we are good.,I don't currently utilize the multi-tenancy functionality.,,8,Implemented in-house,5,In-person training Self-taught,7,End users don't need training but administrators need some instruction.,N/A,40,2,Fast report creation Easy user role assignment Easy report permissions,N/A,N/A,8,Yes,Product Features Product Usability,No changes.,Yes,No,I had an issue importing the standard css design template and the Jaspersoft support person was able to supply the zip file I needed to import into Jasper Reports Server.,Report downloading is very easy and available in major formats like PDF and Excel,Backend CAC external authentication is difficult but fine other than that,9Reporting made easyWe embed TIBCO Jaspersoft into our commercial application(s) that we sell to customers,Jaspersoft provides flexibility to create new domains dynamically instead of enforcing the need pre-defining them prior to launch of the product. Easy to integrate with any application Enhanced mobile app will make it handy to use jaspersoft even when we are not at home.,We have a default RowLimit of 200K set in the application at server level. We do not have an option to make it tenant specific. Few customers on a shared machine will want it to increase it to 500K but with this limitation it'll be applied for all other customers sharing the same server and that might affect performance. Error screens Jaspersoft shows the complete 200+ lines of stack trace in an error screen in the UI. We can have better error handling applied while displaying in UI.. In the application logs, it is better to include the tenant info as well. Otherwise, it is confusing to debug issue of one tenant while other tenants are being used. Tenant level auditing. As per jaspersoft, enabling auditing will have performance hit on the server. As we do not have option to enable tenant level auditing, it is enabling auditing on all tenants and causing performance issues.,8,Flexibility to define own domains from the UILess time to develop reportsIncreased customer satisfactionApplication more competitive,Jaspersoft Premium Support (No annual case limit),This definitely makes an end user's options flexible as per their need, instead of enforcing the use of specific OS, servers, data sources and architecture.,Multi-tenancy makes the application maintenance easy with just one common DB and website instead of having one database and one website for each customer / tenant.,SSRS,3,Vendor implemented,4,Online training Self-taught,4,YES. This is easy to learn.,Got access to customer success manager to escalate cases.,1000,10,Develop OOB reports Admins can create their OOB domains Users can create their own reports using existing domains,........ ........ ........,........ ........ ........,5,Yes,Product Features Product Usability,......,Yes,Yes,We had multiple support engineers worked on a ticket across different timezones,Building domains Creating adhoc views and reports Scheduling reports,FTP configurations,Yes, but I don't use it,5
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March 08, 2018

TIBCO Jaspersoft Review: "Jaspersoft in a high demand 24/7 operation"

Score 7 out of 10
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7
I think it's a tool well suited for a software developer. Others with less coding skills could struggle somewhat with the tool. I find java a little unforgiving as a language for expressions and not very user friendly for the technically dis-inclined. Sometimes the numeric conversions cause issues (who knew that 0 and 0.0 would cause different things to happen). Previous experience with a reporting tool that used visual basic for its' expressions that I found much simpler to use. On the other hand, java is so widespread, you can easily google the syntax to accomplish what you need to do.
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May 22, 2018

TIBCO Jaspersoft Review: "Top heavy but worth it in the end!"

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The end results are pretty good but the journey to get there is not very smooth and requires solid skills in many technical areas thereby making it ineffective for just plain business users. For them, just consumption is the only practical way to go.
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March 03, 2018

TIBCO Jaspersoft Review: "About Jasper"

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Jasper looks good but it is not that easy to configure. Everything in config files. If you need customization it needs a lot of work. And when you configure it and it works, you forget about what you did, and when you have a problems investigation is slow. When everything is working it is usefull
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Pixel Perfect reports (72)
8.1
Customizable dashboards (72)
7.6
Report Formatting Templates (69)
7.7
Drill-down analysis (75)
7.1
Formatting capabilities (81)
7.1
Report sharing and collaboration (66)
7.3
Publish to Web (63)
7.8
Publish to PDF (83)
8.5
Report Versioning (47)
6.9
Report Delivery Scheduling (67)
7.7
Delivery to Remote Servers (50)
7.7
Pre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.) (60)
7.2
Location Analytics / Geographic Visualization (45)
6.4
Multi-User Support (named login) (79)
7.9
Role-Based Security Model (77)
8.1
Multiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete) (73)
8.0
Single Sign-On (SSO) (61)
7.8
Responsive Design for Web Access (48)
7.3
Dedicated iOS Application (26)
7.0
Dedicated Android Application (24)
6.9
Dashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile (35)
6.7
REST API (68)
7.7
Javascript API (53)
7.6
iFrames (45)
7.4
Java API (45)
7.1
Themeable User Interface (UI) (46)
7.1
Customizable Platform (Open Source) (49)
7.7

About TIBCO Jaspersoft

Jaspersoft is a Business Intelligence suite that brings users worldwide more timely, actionable data inside their apps and business processes, through an embeddable reporting and analytics. The vendor says Jaspersoft is a cost-effective platform, and its goal is to help users make better decisions faster.

TIBCO Jaspersoft Features

BI Platform Features
Does not have featureAdministration via Windows App
Does not have featureAdministration via MacOS App
Has featureAdministration via Web Interface
Has featureLive Connection to External Data
Has featureSnapshot of External Data
Does not have featureIn-memory data model
Has featureOLAP (Pre-processed cube representation)
Has featureROLAP (SQL-layer querying)
Has featureMulti-Data Source Reporting (Blending)
Has featureData warehouse / dictionary layer
Has featureETL Capability
Has featureETL Scheduler
Supported Data Sources Features
Has featureMS Excel Workbooks
Has featureText Files (CSV, etc)
Has featureOracle
Has featureMS SQL Server
Has featureIBM DB2
Has featurePostgres
Has featureMySQL
Does not have featureODBC
Has featureCloudera Hadoop
Has featureHortonworks Hadoop
Has featureEMC Greenplum
Has featureIBM Netezza
Has featureHP Vertica
Has featureParAccel
Has featureSAP Hana
Has featureTeradata
Does not have featureSage 500
Has featureSalesforce
Has featureSAP
Has featureGoogle Analytics
BI Standard Reporting Features
Has featurePixel Perfect reports
Has featureCustomizable dashboards
Has featureReport Formatting Templates
Ad-hoc Reporting Features
Has featureDrill-down analysis
Has featureFormatting capabilities
Does not have featurePredictive modeling
Does not have featureIntegration with R or other statistical packages
Has featureReport sharing and collaboration
Report Output and Scheduling Features
Has featurePublish to Web
Has featurePublish to PDF
Has featureOutput Raw Supporting Data
Has featureReport Versioning
Has featureReport Delivery Scheduling
Has featureDelivery to Remote Servers
Data Discovery and Visualization Features
Has featurePre-built visualization formats (heatmaps, scatter plots etc.)
Has featureLocation Analytics / Geographic Visualization
Does not have featurePredictive Analytics
Does not have featureSupport for Machine Learning models
Does not have featurePattern Recognition and Data Mining
Does not have featureIntegration with R or other statistical packages
Access Control and Security Features
Has featureMulti-User Support (named login)
Has featureRole-Based Security Model
Has featureMultiple Access Permission Levels (Create, Read, Delete)
Has featureReport-Level Access Control
Has featureTable-Level Access Control (BI-layer)
Has featureField-Level Access Control (BI-layer)
Has featureSingle Sign-On (SSO)
Mobile Capabilities Features
Has featureResponsive Design for Web Access
Has featureDedicated iOS Application
Has featureDedicated Android Application
Has featureDashboard / Report / Visualization Interactivity on Mobile
Application Program Interfaces (APIs) / Embedding Features
Has featureREST API
Has featureJavascript API
Has featureiFrames
Has featureJava API
Has featureThemeable User Interface (UI)
Has featureCustomizable Platform (Open Source)
Additional Features
Has featureMulti-tenancy
Has featureAudit Logging

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TIBCO Jaspersoft Integrations

Amazon Web Services, Docker, Oracle VM VirtualBox, Liferay Digital Experience Platform (DXP), Liferay Digital Experience Platform (DXP)

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Pricing

Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Has featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?Yes
Entry-level set up fee?No

Jaspersoft offers flexible pricing for ISVs and SaaS per customer or by CPU core.

TIBCO Jaspersoft Support Options

 Free VersionPaid Version
Live Chat
Forum/Community
FAQ/Knowledgebase
Social Media
Video Tutorials / Webinar
Phone
Email

TIBCO Jaspersoft Technical Details

Deployment Types:On-premise
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux, Mac
Mobile Application:Apple iOS, Android
Supported Languages: English, Spanish, German, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese, plus the ability to add additional languages