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Drill-down

Drill-down is a feature that allows the user to get information at any desired level of detail from an EIS.

For Example

 - The CEO of a company may want the monthly sales of Product X for the entire company. Next, the CEO may want a breakdown of sales figures on a regional basis or on a store-wide basis. The drill-down facility can provide both.

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