I've been asked by a member of our management team to get a comparison between SQL Server Reporting Services and Crystal Reports.
I have several years experience with Crystal so I know exactly what it is and isn't capable of, but I have next to no experience with SSRS beyond watching one or two videos.
I believe that SSRS is cheaper, as in you shell out for SQL Server Enterprise and you have infinite users, where as SAP charge you practically 1k per user, but how does it stack up against Crystal in regards to what you can do in it?
Are there any major things that it can't do that Crystal can, or vice versa?
More specifically, has anyone from moved from Crystal to SSRS and did they find that it had any major shortfalls?
Would be greatly interested in the opinions and experience of the EduGeek community on this one.
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