Daniel Havey
Cloud-Based Enterprise Reporting for Banks

This article will focus on the Cloud-Based Enterprise Reporting for Banks.

BNKBenchmarkDashboardWhat is Enterprise Reporting?  In the past, Business Intelligence (BI) was limited to the office of Finance and typically with a key focus on Financial, Planning & Analysis (FP&A).  With the advent of Enterprise Reporting, BI is now being extending beyond the scope of IT staff, business analysts, and power users.  Enterprise reporting is enabling anyone who impacts the bank – city executives, branch managers, loan & deposit analysts, and customer-facing staff – to have immediate access to the vital information they need to most productively perform their jobs. Continue reading

Daniel Havey
Top Cloud-Based Budgeting Tools for Banks

This article will focus on the Top Cloud-Based Budgeting Tools for Banks.

 

departmentalforecastWhen renting a furnished apartment makes sense – Many of us have had the joy of seeing our loved ones graduate college, get a job, and find an apartment.  We are more than happy to finally unload grandmother’s furniture that has been stored in our attic for the last fifteen years on our children.  It usually takes a long weekend of trips loading all the stuff into the back of a pickup truck or two to move everything out. Continue reading

Daniel Havey
Cloud-based Call Report Automation for Banks

This article will focus on Cloud-based Call Report Automation for Banks.

 

incomestatementbi360Why does going to the dentist always seem stressful? I have been going to the same dentist for over twenty years.  He has seen my children grow up.  He has seen me change jobs a couple of times.  My wife has even joined his team in a fund raiser or two.  You would think that every time I see him, a warm fuzzy feeling would overcome my emotions.

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Daniel Havey
Cloud-based BI Solutions for Banking

This article will focus on Cloud-based Business Intelligence Solutions for Banking.

 

bank dashboardWhy do I love my iPod Classic? – I got my 80GB iPod Classic around 2007.  I was able to load all 14,000 songs from my library onto it.  I created several playlists that helped me organize the songs.  One playlist consisted of heavy metal that got me amped up before going to the gym.  Another playlist contained acoustic folk songs that were for the morning after a late night of fun. Continue reading