Zack Solutions Group, Inc. (ZSG) was founded in early 2011 in New York. ZSG has improved the workflow for multiple clients with highly satisfying results. With the vast array of technology tools available in today's market, ZSG understands which tools would best suit your type of industry. Building a new Business Intelligence platform at your firm or improving an existing system allows you to truly capitalize on your investment.
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-SAP Crystal Reports Development
-SAP Business Objects Enterprise Administration
-SAP Crystal Xcelsius
-SQL Server Programming
If you're looking for creating and analyzing professional reports, I can provide my services. I can help you understand your database structure and at the same time help you create or modify your existing Crystal reports. I can offer solutions that will work well with your database needs and that may also increase performace of your reporting. I can create meaningful and professional looking reports for you that can be automated as well. By a few clicks of a button you will get high class professional report right in front of you with no more primitive and mundane manual effort. Doing things manually is a thing of the past. Automation is a thing of the future. With my help, I can give you that.
My skills include:
- Understanding the concepts of how to link tables correctly along with using the correct JOINS between tables.
- Using record selections and group selections using Select Expert.
- Creating Formulas and teaching the proper Crystal syntax.
- Creating Running Totals and also how to create manual running totals.
- Parameters - How to properly use them as user prompts as well as within formulas.
- Modifying date formats using formulas.
- Understanding the section experts and all of its features.
- How to insert groups and summarization fields.
- How to create a "Command" that can be used as a stored procedure.
- When to use...
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