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We currently have a robust OLAP database (SQL Server) and deliver report data to our customers in Excel format.

We'd like to move to a web-based solution and are evaluating several 3rd party reports packages.  At the front of the pack is Dundas.  Tableau looks good too.

I'm looking for more suggestions on high-quality reports packages.  The end-user GUI must be clean and robust, with the ability to slice & dice data on the fly.

Our dev team is most comfortable with Microsoft tech & languages, so preference will be given to compatible packages.

Thanks!
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SSRS 2008 include Dundas
and take a look at proclarity and performance point server 2007
and you could use SharePoint as interface of all type of reports, dashboards or charts...
regards
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Great, thanks for the advice Pedro.

Any other options/suggestions?
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take a look at www.XLCubed.com
I saw a XLCubed session in SQLBits 3... check in my blog!
Regards!!
Pedro
www.pedrocgd.blogspot.com
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I was hoping to see more options than what were provided, but I suppose Dundas is the best available.  Thanks!
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