New Microsoft Access Business Intelligence Reporting Tool from Stonefield Query.

Stonefield Query Eliminates Business Intelligence Reporting Bottlenecks. New release of Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access makes end user self-service Business Intelligence a reality.
By: Ken Kupchyk
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Sept. 9, 2010 - PRLog -- ORLANDO, Fl. & REGINA, Saskatchewan - Stonefield Software Inc. today announced the new release of Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access. This is Stonefield Software’s latest release of our award winning Business Intelligence, reporting, and ad-hoc query software, for Microsoft Access. This new release of Stonefield Query Version 4.0 for Microsoft Access helps to eliminate IT bottlenecks by creating a self-service Business Intelligence (BI) reporting solution for the casual-user.

Since 1991 Stonefield has strived to build an easy to use Microsoft Access Business Intelligence (BI) reporting software solution. The latest version of Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access has seen over 70 enhancements. The addition of pivot table reporting makes analyzing data much quicker and simpler. All the casual user needs to do is select which fields they want and let Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access do the rest. All filtering, ordering, and sorting of records is done with a few clicks using the built in wizard and the pivot table is automatically created in Excel.

"There are typically two types of users within organizations," said Mickey Kupchyk, CEO, "Power users and casual users. Power users, typically make up less than 20% of the people in an organization, these include IT developers, super users, and analytical modelers. Casual users make up 80% or more of the people in an organization, these include executives, managers, accounting staff, and business analysts." Power users have little problem working with generic reporting software like Crystal Reports because they understand database design, structures, relationships, joins, and SQL commands.

To the casual user, on the other hand, this is beyond their technical ability. This is where the first point of frustration comes in: casual users don’t have time for Crystal Reports training nor do they want to become programmers. Casual users have no alternative but to go to their IT department or software vendor to get the reports they want. This creates a second point of frustration: the “IT Bottleneck.” The casual user can’t get what they want when they need it. Stonefield Query has been customized specifically for Microsoft Access. This eliminates the IT bottleneck by putting Business Intelligence reporting in the hands of the casual user where it belongs.

“We believe that Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access is the first Business Intelligence reporting software that provides this application view. This is a great leap forward for Stonefield Query and Business Intelligence reporting,” said Kupchyk. “Now, the casual user can create custom Microsoft Access reports themselves in minutes and without spending time and money on training. Stonefield Query for Microsoft Access will now provide all casual users with real insight into the operation of their business.”

A free 30 day trial download is available at the Stonefield Software Inc. Website:

Click the following link to view a demo of Stonefield Query

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About Stonefield Software, Inc.

Stonefield Software Inc., the maker of the award-winning Stonefield Query, has been developing GoldMine Business Intelligence (BI) reporting solutions since 1991.
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