SQL Server Pro Spotlights Forerunner Software’s CEO and Founder Jason Carlson for His Groundbreaking Work in Creating Mobilizer for Cost Effective Mobile BI
Forerunner Founder Jason Carlson was previously the chief architect of SSRS and ran the SQL Server Reporting Services division for 8 of the 15 years he worked at Microsoft. Now Jason has created a unique solution unlike any other for mobile business intelligence across any device or browser.
Redmond, WA— 31 May 2014
Jason Carlson, the chief architect and General Manager of SQL Server Reporting Services from 2001-2009 has recently been featured in a SQL Server Pro magazine article entitled, “SQL Server Spotlight: Forerunner CEO and Founder, Jason Carlson.”
Blair Greenwood, the author of the feature and Associate Editor of SQL Server Pro & SharePoint Pro, reported, “Recently, I had the chance to sit down with Jason Carlson, CEO and founder of Forerunner Software. Jason got me up-to-speed on what he’s being doing with the company’s Mobilizer 2.0 product, which leverages SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) to deliver important information on any device or browser. He also provided some great insight into the SQL Server industry as a whole, which I thought SQL Server Pro readers would find to be invaluable.”
Working in conjunction with Microsoft, Carlson explains in the article how Mobilizer completes SSRS by providing the current-generation technology and user experience that’s missing from the Microsoft offering. “Customers are demanding support for mobile devices, HTML5 and MVC-style programing,” stated Carlson, adding that, “Mobilizer fills all of these gaps with a modern, easy-to-use product.”
SQL Server Pro also reported Mobilizer is the first of many products from Forerunner Software and quoted Carlson’s statement, “We want to help companies reach all of their employees with the critical information they need to run their business in today’s hyper-competitive environment where decisions need to be made in real-time, not when you get back to your desk.”
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