It sounds good to Lou Ann Leary, director of merchandise systems for Barnes & Noble Inc., in New York.
"I'd love to enable my users to get at the data themselves in an ad hoc kind of way," she
said.As it is, Leary
said, users are constantly coming back to Leary's report programmers to ask that they enable more columns or tweak reports in some other way."Everyone wants to cut [a given report] a different way, and if they could do it themselves, that would be fantastic," she
Perhaps a bit too fantastic.