Pebble Reports: Trying something new


Pebble Reports

I came across this neat little application for creating MS Reports.  It is VERY user friendly and has the possibility to allow the average end-user to create their own reports from a database.

Very cool!


Posted on September 22, 2010, in SQL Reporting. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hi,

    what was your impression of Pebble Reports? I’d love to know!


  2. I thought it looked nice – similar to Excel and Word … but that’s about it!! very clunky for 1st time users, not clear what users are to do first, no help except a link to their very bare website, there are a couple of videos – however, no where near Report Builder or BIDS if you want to make quite complex reports – good for simple reports – but who needs those? As way of example, our customers pay 550 per day for each report we build – so nothing simple. typically use 50-100 lines of SQL code.

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