In the modern business culture, perhaps especially for Professional Services organizations, a powerful, user friendly report writer is essential to staying competitive in your sector, navigating the ebbs and flows of the economy through smarter decision-making, so you’re continuing to evolve as a business and a brand. In this article, I’ll lay out some of your options for today’s quality financial and operational reporting solutions, zooming in on features and functionalities, so you can make the best investment to expand your Microsoft Dynamics SL analytics as a Professional Services organization.
In today’s business world, Business Intelligence (BI) analyses are largely driving decision-making for the future of your organization by making sense of important company data. Even so, it would make sense if the number of financial reporting options, as well as the different features and functionality available, is overwhelming to you, even if you are familiar with BI processes, especially when trying to achieve industry-specific analytical objectives. Recently, I discussed the vagueness in product marketing with a finance professional for a manufacturing organization – and how frustrating it can be to try to shop for a solution that speaks to her manufacturing-specific analytical goals. This article will discuss what you need to know regarding modern financial reporting tools to expand your Microsoft Dynamics NAV processes, with a focus on manufacturing and distribution data management and analysis.
A question I run into regularly has to do with SAP Business One users wondering why you might need to implement independent software vendor (ISV) software in addition to the accounting system. It is always interesting to discuss this concern, maybe as a hurdle for ISVs, but a legitimate confusion for some SAP B1 customers. A couple recurring clarifications tend to naturally surface. Firstly, no software manufacturer can produce a technology that solves every single organizational problem. For example, Apple iPhones offer the built-in Maps application, but still allow users to download Google Maps, just like any of today’s flexible accounting systems, like SAP B1. Since every company who uses SAP B1 has specific goals, particular budgeting requisites, and rules, the enterprise resource planning (ERP) system will vary in effectiveness for each organization. ISVs offer corporations the ability to personalize their data management and analyses.
If you don’t have a dynamic, modern financial reporting tool, you are practically treading water in today’s business world of data management and analytics, instead of fully competing in your sector. This article will discuss your options for features and functionalities that third party solutions are offering, so you have a head start in your search for the best report writer for your SAP Business One (SAP B1) ERP system.
If you aren’t utilizing a dynamic, robust financial report writing tool, you’re probably just treading water as opposed to fully taking your analytics into the 21st century of business, managing and analyzing your data in very actionable ways. In this article, I’ll discuss the features and functionalities of third party software solution options, so you have a head start in finding and deploying the right report writing software for your Sage X3 analytics processes.
Without a powerful, intuitive financial report writer, you have got to just be surviving in the modern business era of data management and analysis, instead of thriving in your industry. In this article, I’m going to explore your options and functionalities that you can find in a variety of independent software vendor (ISV) solutions, so you are that much closer to implementing the right reporting tool for your Sage 300 Business Intelligence (BI) processes.
Today’s business world requires that our processes and our technology be flexible, and the several emerging mobile interfaces are Exhibit A for accommodating the on-the-go nature of global corporate culture. And this includes data management and analytics for the SAP Business One customer base. Today, you should have BI tools that meet your company’s needs for flexibility in accessing your transactional and operational data for richer, faster decision-making, whether you are in the office or not. Independent software vendors (ISVs) are answering this call for more flexible BI solutions.
This article will discuss the brand new product category of web-based financial reporting portals for SAP Business One customers as a solution to multiple business problems.
A major evolution in the Business Intelligence (BI) marketplace, particularly for financial reporting, is starting to make ripples, and you should be in the know. Broadly speaking, this evolution is a response to multiple organizational workflow problems, with a focus on business user friendliness, flexible access, and collaboration. More specifically, SAP Business One (SAP B1) users should pay attention to web-based report libraries as they will create a new normal of streamlined, modern, and easy-to-use platform for next level financial reporting. As all kinds of software continue to migrate to web interfaces, so has the BI realm. In this article, I will explore the new product category emerging for SAP B1 customers – and the modern business problems solved by a web-based reporting and dashboards with collaborative features for discussion and analysis.
Automating Business Intelligence (BI) processes, such as reporting and budgeting, increases the value of your investment in a modern tool. This article discusses today’s automation options for SAP Business One.
Reporting and budgeting are popular article topics for SAP Business One users, whether it is in print, on social media, or blogs. On this blog, I have covered reporting and budgeting, zooming in on options for SAP B1. At this point, you probably think that writers of these articles assume that all you do in your role is build financial reports and manage budgets – and spend the rest of the time reading about these processes. If you feel this way, I get that.
This article will explore the flexibility and familiarity of easy-to-use, modern Excel-powered financial report writers, so you can get a head start in upgrading your data management and analysis processes.
Financial reporting is arguably the premier tool in the world of Business Intelligence (BI). For SAP Business One (SAP B1) users, this process can be repetitive, tedious, limiting, and mind-numbing, depending on the software you rely on to put together financial statements. Data management and analysis is a big task that only gets bigger every year as types and amounts of information continue to grow. The larger the amount of data and the more diverse the types, the richer the analytics that can inform stronger decisions and strategies for the future of your company. In this article, I’m going to discuss the power, flexibility and business user friendliness of today’s best Excel-based financial report writers for SAP B1 customers.