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5 Best Report Creators for Businesses in 2024

Written by: Chau Nguyen

Jan 07, 2024

5 Best Report Creators for Businesses

Have you ever slogged through a report full of raw numbers, with no meaningful charts or graphs to guide you along?

Or maybe you’ve been handed one that does have some charts but… that’s it? No images, no icons, no illustrations — the whole document is way too dense to keep your focus, and you can’t really tell what the point of the report is?

If you’ve experienced the pain of reading dull content, you know having a well-designed report with engaging data visualizations can really make a difference.

And in order to create a good report like this, you need the right report creator.

So in today’s blog, I’ll be discussing the five best report creators you can use in 2024, including tips to help you design the best report possible. Let’s get started!


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Venngage is a report creator that allows you to create compelling reports for your business or clients, even if you don’t have design experience. Venngage offers report templates of all formats — one-pagers or multi-pagers — so you can create your annual reportsconsulting reportsnonprofit reportsmarketing reports, survey result reports, case studies and more.

Here’s an example of a Venngage business report template:

report creator

You can immediately see that Venngage’s templates are friendly for non-designers: all these templates come with meaningful content and visuals to help guide your design. Each template puts your report data in the spotlight, making your report easy to read while still full of actionable, valuable content for your boss or your clients. 

It’s easy to design a report with Venngage:

  • Sign up for a free account using your email, Facebook or Gmail
  • Choose a report template from Venngage’s template library
  • Copy and paste your text content into the report and edit it using the drag-and-drop editor
  • Add images, icons, illustrations or data visualizations like charts, graphs and diagrams as you like
  • Download in multiple formats (PNG, PDF, Interactive PDF, PowerPoint or HTML)


Besides the professional, fully customizable templates and the easy-to-use editor, Venngage also comes with great features that can benefit you and your team while creating your report: 

  • Autobrand allows you to have your brand colors and logo automatically uploaded to your Brand Kit:
report creator

Which you can later apply to your report in one click:

report creator
  • You can add your teammates to your workspace and share your report designs with them easily. Multiple download options available (PDF, Interactive PDF, PPTX — so you can present your report on PowerPoint or Google Slides):
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  • Real-time collaboration allows you and your colleagues to work on a report together. You can make changes, add comments and reply to teammates’ feedback easily, all in real time:

With these features, Venngage is best for:

  • Individuals who want to create engaging and professional business reports quickly and easily
  • Small businesses with limited resources


You can start designing reports with Venngage for free — this plan offers five designs, six image uploads and access to free icons/illustrations and widgets. 

For unlimited designs, access to premium icons and widgets, PNG/PDF exports and more, you can subscribe to the Premium plan for as low as $16/month.

To access team-supporting features like real-time collaboration, branding, more exporting formats, workspaces to add team members and more, you can subscribe to the Business plan for as low as $39/month. (Less than the cost of a coffee per day!)

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Google Sheets

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I’m assuming you’re no stranger to using Google Sheets (or even if you’re not that familiar, chances are you’ve used Excel — which is kind of the same thing).

A stable of document creation programs, Google Sheets is a spreadsheet application that comes with a variety of templates for reports. Google Sheets report templates tend to be quite simple and straightforward, like this one:

Expense report example in Google Sheets

Google Sheets is easy to use and has a wide range of integrations, making it a great option for individuals looking for an affordable report maker. You can also use the platform to create simply graphs and charts to include in your reports.


Google Sheets offers the following features:

  • Create graphs and charts to add visual elements to your reports and presentations
  • Use the Sheets add-ons feature to access additional tools to help with your reporting needs (for example, there’s an add-on that allows you to compare dates and times to help you analyze data, historical records, etc.)
  • Synchronize your spreadsheets with other users so they can access and edit reports anytime

With these features, Google Sheets is best for:

  • Individuals who want a more affordable option than industry-specific report creator programs
  • Businesses with limited resources and want an affordable, simple report creator option

Of course, Google Sheets isn’t a dedicated report maker — which means it lacks features and functions that help make a report engaging and easy to read. It’s also not as intuitive to use — there’s a bit of a learning curve when it comes to spreadsheet applications like Google Sheets.

But as long as you have a free Google account, you can use Google Sheets as a free report maker. You may also opt for the Google Workspace Business Starter plan at $4.20 a month.

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Flipsnack is a report design program dedicated to creating paper flip documents. You can create a new report from scratch using Flipsnack’s report templates, or upload a PDF to into Flipsnack to transform it into a paper flip document. 

This means you can use this program alongside other report makers like Venngage — you can design your report in Venngage, and upload the PDF version to Flipsnack if you want to make a flipbook out of it.

Here’s an example of a report template in Flipsnack:

report creator


Flipsnack offers the following features:

  • Create reports with different layouts (one-page or two-page spread) and styles
  • Convert PDFs into page flip books
  • Add images, audios, videos etc. to your reports
  • Download reports in PNG, JPG, PDF formats

With these features, Flipsnack is best suited for:

  • Businesses looking to have reports in page-flip format
  • Businesses looking to add interactive content (like audios, videos, forms etc.) to their reports 


Flipsnack uses the freemium model: you can try the tool for free for 14 days or with a paid subscription.

The free plan (or period) is pretty limited: you have access to 3 catalogs with up to 30 pages/catalog, and you can share the link to your design but can’t download it.

Flipsnack offers a Starter plan at $14/month, a Professional plan at $35/month and a Business plan at $79/month (with added features for businesses like team management and multiple users).

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Infogram is an infographic and report creator that provides simple report templates for businesses. Infogram offers quite a few report templates but they’re not categorized, so it could be hard to find the right template for your purpose.

Plus, some of the templates featured on Infogram are sourced from other websites or aren’t available — so it’s not guaranteed you can edit any report template you find on Infogram.

Here’s an example of a report template by Infogram:


Infogram offers the following design features:

  • Easily customize your reports by choosing from a wide range of customizable templates
  • Add elements, icons, illustrations and videos to your reports
  • Upload your own images and graphics to use in your report designs

With these features, Infogram is best for:

  • Individuals looking for an easy way to design reports
  • Businesses looking for a variety of templates with minimal design options


With the free plan, you can work on up to 10 projects simultaneously with up to 5 pages per project. 

Infogram’s lowest paid plan is at $19 per month on a yearly basis, but if you want to get access to business features like branding, you’ll need to subscribe to the Business plan at $67/month (billed yearly). For companies who want more seats and team management features, the plan starts at $149/month. 

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Piktochart is a report creator which currently offers 63 report templates in these categories: business, dashboard, research, and weekly-monthly-quarterly. Here’s an example of one:

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With Piktochart, you get the following features:

  • Easy-to-edit report templates over four categories
  • Drag-and-drop online editor so non-designers don’t have trouble creating reports
  • Multimedia uploading capabilities to create more dynamic reports

With these features, Piktochart is best suited for

  • Individuals who want to create simple reports and don’t need too many options
  • Businesses that need basic design options to create reports


Through Piktochart’s free plan, you get up to 5 projects, 100 MB of storage and can have up to 4 users. The Pro plan starts at $14/month per member (billed annually) and offers unlimited projects, unlimited folders, 100 GB of storage and up to 25 members. 

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Tips for designing a report in 2024

So you’ve known about the best five report creators you can use for your business — now’s the time to learn how to create an engaging report that won’t leave your boss or client feeling bored. Here’s some tips to help you do that:

Create a clear and concise report

What exactly do I mean by a “clear and concise” report? 

This means avoiding long blocks of text and breaking up information into easy-to-read sections. You can also visualize your data using graphs, charts and diagrams. This helps improve the report’s readability, making it easier for your audience to grasp the content.

Speaking of data visualizations… 

Include relevant visuals

Besides visualizing your data, you can add illustrations like images or icons to your report to liven it up. Images and icons can help make a report less dense and boring, thus keeping your readers engaged. This is a good example of a report that does exactly that:

report creator

Brand your report

A report is a great way for a business to showcase their thought leadership in their industry. So don’t miss the opportunity to make your report reflect your brand and stand out in the mind of your target audience.

You can easily add branding elements to your report design when using Venngage. Autobrand loads your brand colors and logo automatically to your Brand Kit. Then, you can brand your designs in just one click!

My Brand Kit and Autobrand gif

Use a report template with an online report creator

It can be hard to create a valuable and engaging report at the same time — and for some businesses, it can be costly to hire a designer to design a report, and time-consuming to take on designing a report from scratch using difficult tools like Adobe InDesign.

So if you want your report to be professional looking while still engaging your reader, your best bet is to use a report template from a reliable report creator like Venngage. A well-designed template and a good editor can save you tons of time by giving you a starting point, helping you plan your report layout, choose design elements and more.

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Engage and impress with Venngage’s report creator 

Don’t bury your data under heaps of text and boring report layouts! Make sure your report really delivers by designing it with Venngage.

With a wide variety of fully editable report templates, an easy-to-use editor and tons of useful features to help you design your best report (while working with your team!), Venngage helps simplify the report creation process and allows you to get your point across faster.

The cherry on top? It’s free to get started.

About Chau Nguyen

Chau Nguyen is the Copywriter at Venngage. She loves writing and nerding about content, consumer behavior, conversion optimization, or cats. In her free time Chau watches (mostly) horror movies, writes (occasionally) horror poems, tortures herself with heart-wrenching books, and journals her (surprisingly normal) dreams.