Your business and your customers want answers. But your requirements are unique. You need a reporting and analytics infrastructure that you can make your own. TIBCO Jaspersoft® software is the most flexible, customizable, and developer-friendly BI platform in the world. Design, embed, and manage reports & analytics with programmatic control.
Truly built for embedding
Built on an open source foundation, Jaspersoft software is data and architecture agnostic. Connect to data wherever it is and deploy to any on-premises, cloud, or hybrid topology, or even to containerized and microservices-based architectures. Want to make modifications? No problem. Make changes to Jaspersoft source code and deploy custom features to suit your specific needs.
Design is a big deal when you’re competing in the age of user experience and technology consumerization. To meet user demands, Jaspersoft software provides a pixel-perfect design environment for developing reports and visualizations to exact specifications. It also supports the most extensive supply of out-of-the-box and custom expressions. Wow your users with a BI platform that has beauty and brains
There’s a good chance you don’t want to be responsible for creating every report and dashboard for customers and co-workers. Jaspersoft software lets you easily create a self-service reporting environment where users can create their own. Define easy-to-understand metadata labels for your data and let users do the rest with a drag-and-drop report builder.
Not your typical BI tool
Most Business Intelligence software is built for data analysts and business users, not developers. TIBCO understands the unique needs of software builders and offers a calculated balance of functionality and control in its Jaspersoft platform. Tough problems are less painful with out-of-the-box multi-tenant support, flexible APIs, and a massive community that contributes to our ever-growing knowledge base.
Jaspersoft software allowed us to present information in a really modular, scalable fashion. No matter what question was being asked, we wanted to have the application answer that question the way the customer wants, not the way the technology defines it.
— Peter Girgis, CTO of Bigmate