|By Marketwired .||
|August 14, 2013 12:00 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/13 -- Today Chartio announced support for Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Azure, bringing plug and play to the Microsoft Windows business intelligence stack. With the addition of Microsoft SQL Server and Microsoft Azure, Chartio works with data sources on the most popular cloud providers, making it easy to visualize data from various cloud databases and services.
"Having a system like Chartio that connects directly to our Microsoft SQL Server database is not only essential for our business but a no-brainer for the business intelligence community at large," said J.J. Mancini, President of Desert Fuels. "Chartio made a normally onerous and difficult process of connecting to a Microsoft SQL Server database, simple."
According to an August 2013 Forrester Research study, Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services are the most commonly used platforms for enterprise cloud developers. Chartio is well-positioned to help enterprise companies easily visualize data with a quick setup process and robust collaboration tools. Chartio allows enterprise developers:
- To get set up quickly with a cloud-to-cloud connection process that can take as little as a few minutes
- To explore real-time data through a drag and drop interface or by writing custom queries
- To drill down into data points to see source data, or use powerful filters to see all charts in a certain month, quarter or week
- Share your dashboards with teammates or executives by scheduling PDF reports delivered automatically over email
"At the end of the day we want Chartio to be the easiest and most intuitive option out there for your data exploration needs," said Dave Fowler, founder of Chartio. "Many enterprise IT implementations can take months, but with Chartio you can get set up in an afternoon, saving enterprise IT teams time and money."
Chartio is an award-winning interface to data. Simple to setup and easy to use, explore the world's most popular data sources in real-time by working with your database, not a data warehouse. With Chartio, anyone can build beautiful dashboards and visualizations and share them across the organization. Interested in visualizing Microsoft SQLServer in Chartio? Sign up for your free trial today.