Ah, "report tools", not "reporter" (which has a specific meaning of "the person reporting the issue").
There are a number of reports in Jira which serve most of the users quite well. You've also got the "issue navigator" which is basically a simple list of issues, which you refine by using "filters" (For example - all open issues assigned to me that haven't been updated in the last 7 days). You can save these filters and use them to drive a couple of reports, but mainly the "gadgets" you put on a dashboard, which are immensely useful.
However, people often find "filter + formatting in gadget/report" is not quite what they need, they don't quite get the reports they want out. Jira does not have anything built-in that will improve this situation.
You can easily write plugins/addons that will create more gadgets or reports, or even views of the navigator. But for complete flexibility, I'd look at the reporting addons in the marketplace. EasyBI is the last one I looked at, but there are several others.
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