These new features are designed to save you time and resources, making it even easier to use TARGIT insights across your organization. Let’s take a look at some of the highlights.
This latest product update introduces a new delivery type for scheduling. Designers can still use the “Email” delivery type to identify users who should automatically receive job outputs. With the new Subscription delivery type, individual users can now subscribe to jobs themselves and choose to receive scheduled reports directly to their email inbox.
You are now able to assign multiple reports to one scheduled job, even if they come from different departments in your organization. This organizational tool helps prevent siloing any information and duplicate reports.
Totals and Subtotals
The handling of subtotals has also improved in this update. In previous versions of TARGIT software, when querying data from DAX/Tabular data warehouse, Totals and Subtotals were automatically returned as part of the query.
Now, queries reflect client settings for Totals and Subtotals rather than presenting all Totals and Subtotals by default. So when Subtotals are disabled in the client, they won’t be reflected in the DAX/Tabular query.
TARGIT admins can create Parametric Roles for Windows Security. These roles use additional user account information from your AD to create dynamic settings—including forced criteria by department—when a user logs into your instance for the first time.
Now, you can integrate TARGIT with more of the operational systems you use on a daily basis. Whether you need to connect backend systems or make BI reports and dashboards more accessible to business users, our latest update makes it easy to extend the value of your BI solution into other tools and systems. Highlights include: