Give the people what they want: IBM i (and remote) data in Microsoft Excel.
Everyone loves Microsoft Excel. IBM i and remote databases (like Db2, Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, or MySQL), on the other hand, are like a foreign language to the non-technical user. You can see the data, but it's too much to analyze.
Getting that data from database to Excel is difficult if you're using tools like Query/400. It can easily take two hours just to get your data into Excel. With Sequel Data Access, it's a different story. Sequel makes it easy to get your data in Excel in seconds. You'll save time and you'll be able to give the people what they've been asking for—real-time data in Excel.
Watch the video or read the transcript to see how simple Sequel Data Access makes it to:
- Give users a dashboard where they can download data in Excel
- Email users IBM i data in Excel
- Access live data directly in Excel, via an add-in
What Do You Need Out of Data Access?
Use the comprehensive feature checklist to define your data access must-haves. Plus, you'll be able to compare what Query/400 can do with what Sequel Data Access can do.