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New Reports Wand module for Oracle E-Business Suite wide reporting (Release 4.05)

15 January 2010
Feature Description: Run Excel based reports based on your own custom SQL queries. This new module provides incredible flexibility in terms of filtering, sorting, formatting and refreshing real-time data from any area in Oracle in an Excel reporting environment. Link reports to each other for multi-level drill to detail, drill to anywhere type reporting. Please read the data sheet on our web site for the details or watch a demo on http://www.youtube.com/excel4apps Feature Benefit: Flexible reporting from any area in Oracle e-Business Suite. Reports Wand is available as a cost plus option. Please contact your sales representative for details and for a free trial.
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