Web services specialist Zoho has taken its Reports business intelligence tool out of beta, allowing customers to organise and analyse database information.
The service works with a number of SQL platforms, as well as Oracle and Microsoft Access platforms.
Zoho hopes that Reports will offer a flexible and secure business intelligence and analysis platform via a web-based service. The latest version will also include support for iGoogle and a new dashboard view option.
The company also announced pricing for the service. Options range from a $15 (£9.25) monthly two-user licence, to a $95 (£58) monthly package that supports up to 20 users and two million rows.
The Reports service is the latest in an ongoing effort by Zoho to expand operations and establish itself as a major player in the enterprise software-as-a-service (SaaS) arena.
In July, the company launched a clear shot across the bow of reigning SaaS king Salesforce.com by aggressively pursuing customers to switch to its own customer relationship management offering, and earlier this month forged a partnership with Google to increase compatibility for its Business Apps line.
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