£695 + VAT for most venues (£850 + VAT for London)
If you're wondering whether you should be learning SQL Server Reporting Services, the answer is yes! SSRS (as it's often called) allows you to create impressive reports, including drill-through, indicators, gauges and lots of other whizzy features. You can then publish these reports directly to your company's website in a number of different formats, or push them out to subscribers by email.
Tom Preston (Argos Ltd)
Samantha Sharples (Places for People Group)
David Edwards (Branston Ltd)
Simon Haistead (East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust)
Michael Gruetzner (Sherwood Compliance Services)
There are lots more where these came from (or just refresh this page to change the quotes shown).
You do not need any prior knowledge of SQL to attend this course (although you should have an understanding of tables and databases).
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