Configuration Manager Reporting Solution
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​We specialize in ​developing reporting solutions for System Center Configuration Manager and take pride in collaboratively designing the best solution we can put our minds together to come up with. All our ideas and report designs comes from listing to our customers and the community about how they like to see data in reports and dashboards. 

​Data mining and ​BI solutions has created ​a substantial improvement in companies awareness of features that ​drive sales and reduce cost.  Justifying a ​BI project ​can be a challenging task due to ​the fact of results can't be anticipated, in the same ​ROI from a ​solution ​investment.  ​While ​BI solutions are common ​in a similar ​way of ​methodologies and each ​BI project can have its particular ​requirements and challenges that may or may not be similar ​for a set of data results​, and unique to specific ​projects requirements.

Various project may require a different type of reporting solution or dashboards of Configuration Manager data and asset inventories of information. This is how we stand apart from others by build variations of reporting solutions to meet the requirements of different departments within an organization.

​Reporting Solutions

​RicherReports 2.0 Pro, A ConfigMgr Reporting Solutions

​RicherReports 2.0 Portal, A better optional SSRS report server portal

​​RicherReports 2.0 Default, Improved and Updated ConfigMgr Default Reports


​Let's look what you see on the first view ​when accessing a default ​Configuration Manager ​report on the Reporting point, which is actual SQL Reporting Services report server. ​The screen shots was taken when ​using ​Internet Explorer. 

​SQL Reporting Services report server

​The following is the initial view after clicking on the ConfigMgr reports folder in the SQL Reporting Services report server portal. ​​​Notice each reports folder for various categories.

​RicherReports 2.0 report server report

​The following is the initial view after clicking on the ConfigMgr Default Reports ​folder in RicherReports 2.0 report server portal.​​​ Notice each reports folder in the left navigation menu for various categories each representing the report folder shown above.

​Now lets compare a commonly used ConfigMgr report used for determining the Software Update compliance for a deployment ​group across a selected collection.

​SQL Reporting Services report server

​Notice the formatting and how the two different tables are off centered and not aligned. This makes viewing the default reports unpleasant. ​​​

RicherReports report server report

​Notice the difference in the reports. Both are Compliance 1 - Overall compliance reports for the same Software ​​​Update deployment group and selected collection.