Moving this thread to the Report Lab forum to better provide you some assistance.
The Service Control Manager management tool you refer to makes a real-time query to the node to display the list of services. So, that information is not stored in the database.
If those services you are looking for represent installed software, you can enable Asset Inventory collection for all your servers
and you can create reports using this information.
This is a prime use case for Powershell. It's a trivial task to build a script to loop through the list of IP's you provide and write out to a file all the services for each host.
Make it a csv file and you have an easy excel report.