This article describes the value in organizing and visualizing data.
This article will describe how reporting can save operational costs.
What to Expect Plus Tips to Help You Take Advantage of All Focus 2018 Has to Offer
This article explores the realities of cloud revolutionizing the technology and business worlds, especially for enterprise software, like cloud corporate performance management solutions.
In this article, Sissela, a Solver visitor from Sweden, stopped by our Los Angeles office, and interviewed Solver employees for her school’s project on work experience.
This article focuses on data warehouses (DWs) for organizations utilizing Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, Business Edition so you can make the best software investment by optimizing your reporting capabilities.
How do you know if your company needs a data warehouse (DW)? The signs are clear. If you are beginning to feel like you are wasting energy and time due to manual processes as well as analyzing and managing data with a program such as Microsoft Excel, DWs can help immensely by eliminating errors and tedious manual work. If you’re in the Business Intelligence (BI) and Corporate Performance Management (CPM) world, you probably know that Microsoft launched a true cloud version of Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics 365, last November. This enterprise resource planning (ERP) system lets companies combine CRM tools, ERP, and Microsoft Office capabilities into the next generation of business applications. There are two different versions of Microsoft Dynamics 365. The Business Edition is the lower end version built off of the Dynamics NAV product, and the Enterprise Edition is the higher end version based on Dynamics AX. Both editions are created for and deployed in the Azure cloud, which is hosted and managed by Microsoft. This article will cover DWs for your organization using Dynamics 365, Business Edition. Continue reading
This article will focus on simplifying customer profitability analysis for banks.
Just what is that account worth to you? A rich man was walking through the streets of New Delhi one day when he happened upon a beggar. The beggar had reached out his hand and asked, “A few grains of rice for a poor and starving man?”
At first glance, you would have thought that the rich man would have passed the offensive smelling obstacle without giving him a second thought. Amazingly, he stopped. He asked to see what the worthless man had in his cup. Five grains of rice were all that he had to his name. Continue reading
This article focuses on terms that will educate and help those who are new to the BI/CPM realm.
Have you ever started a new job in an industry you have no experience in? Learning the industry jargon can be overwhelming. I can personally attest to this because prior to working in the Business Intelligence (BI) and Corporate Performance Management (CPM) worlds, I was in the food, public relations, and entertainment industries, and did not have much experience in BI or CPM. If you have recently been exposed to BI tools, such as report writers, budgeting and planning solutions, dashboards, data warehouses (DWs) and you feel like a deer in headlights, there is no need to panic. In this article, we will discuss ten acronyms in the BI/CPM realm that will help you understand and enhance your experience with BI and CPM processes.
This article will focus on the Top Cloud-based Reporting Tools for Banks.
Why was Dick Tracy’s watch so cool? Dick Tracy was the main character of a comic strip that started in 1931. He was a police detective that used forensic science, advanced gadgetry, and wits to catch the bad guys. This series was the beginning of today’s police procedural mystery stories—although the Dick Tracy stories often ended in gunfights just the same. His stories typically follow a criminal committing a crime and Tracy’s relentless pursuit of the criminal.
This article discusses report writers and best practices for spreadsheet design for organizations looking to expand their SAP Business One experience.
Your organization needs a powerful financial reporting solution to help you remain competitive in your industry by analyzing and managing your data without any issues or disruptions. Microsoft Excel is probably the most popular spreadsheet software program that exists. Everyone has probably used it at least once in his or her life. However, many people often design their spreadsheets with no planning at all. This usually means that most spreadsheets have a poor foundation and some room for error. In this article, we will explore how you can plan and design smarter with Excel-based financial reporting options, so you are able to better use your reporting tool to navigate your organization in analyzing and managing your data using SAP Business One (SAP B1). Continue reading