Mainframe Reporting


Unsurpassed reporting and analysis facilities for legacy data

Select Business Solutions offers a number of reporting solutions for mainframe-based data based on our over 25 years of experience in the reporting and analysis business. With 80% of Corporate America's data still residing on the mainframe platform, our expertise for efficient reporting access to this critical data from a variety of platforms including the Web makes our products the right choice for your organization.

NOMAD for Reporting is a product with excellent reporting facilities for access to heterogeneous data sources such as IBM's DB2 for z/OS or z/VM, VSAM, IMS, IDMS, Teradata, or QSAM. Its simple yet robust language, 140 built-in functions, and access efficiencies make NOMAD unsurpassed in functionality and flexibility.

For 3270-style reporting for novice users, QLIST is the right tool. It prompts the end user through a series of dialogs providing all the power needed to handle the toughest reporting requests. Our most recent product, UltraQuest Reporter, gives end users the ability to create their ad hoc reports or execute parameterized reports from their desktop with standard Web browsers and our Java client. It provides efficient access to either IBM's DB2 for z/OS or z/VM, VSAM, IMS, IDMS, Teradata, or QSAM data sources. Reports can be viewed immediately through the Web browser or scheduled for batch execution for viewing later. UltraQuest's user interface supports a full spectrum of users from novice to expert to handle even the most complex reporting requirements. Tuned specifically for the zSeries platform and its data, UltraQuest is the Web-based, reporting system of choice for many large organizations.

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