Foxfire! uses pre-designed templates to lay out reports out for you. Need a corporate report? Use a public-facing template with a logo. Summarizing information? Use a Summary report template. Once selected, ...
The Request Manager holds all of your reports in one place, making them easy to find and manage. With security, reports can be run by other users or kept away from ...
With Summary Reports, information is automatically summarized (just like Detail reports) but is grouped. Unlike other reporting tools that process summary reports one at a time, Foxfire! optimizes data retrieval by ...
Detail Reports provide lists of information from your database, in form or column mode. In Column Mode, Foxfire! analyzes data items for their content, automatically providing sub-totals based on sort and ...
  This customer-facing proposal was generated by combining multiple reports into batches. When a batch is run, every report is run sequentially. But now with 9.0, a batch can be defined ...
Foxfire! has always been an end-user tool but written with the developer in mind. It’s been extendable since version 1.0 but now offers even more ways to extend the interface. Let’s ...
Any system that interacts with third party businesses likely needs to fill in external forms. With Foxfire! 9, you can pre-fill the forms with ease. Forms can be defined as PDF ...