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Implementing Jet Reports: Differences Between Versions of Jet Reports
May 1st, 2018 by Ian Grieve
There are three versions of Jet Reports available for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Jet Reports was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Portland, Oregon, USA and has a presence around the world, including here in the United Kingdom.
The three versions of Jet Reports are:
- Jet Express for Excel – an extension included with Microsoft Dynamics GP gives users a simple way to create basic reports and business queries inside Excel.
- Jet Professional – fast, flexible financial and business reporting inside Microsoft Excel.
- Jet Enterprise – corporate analytics and reporting, anywhere.
There is a product comparison sheet available from Jet Reports which shows the differing capabilities of the three versions.
As mentioned in the series index, I am going to run through the implementation of all three versions, but my recommendation would be to look to the Professional and Enterprise versions for your reporting needs rather than the Express edition; unless your requirements are very simple (no requirements for dashboards, scheduling, security, multi-company) then Jet Express will not be sufficient.
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