Another year has come and gone, seemingly faster than ever – and we’re already into the second month of 2016. At the end of 2015 or in early January, some people were writing about Business Intelligence (BI) and Corporate Performance Management (CPM) trends they predicted we would see manifest this year. However, much like my current approach to New Year’s resolutions, I felt it was important to let the dust settle, work through the workload hangover of the holidays, and have the New Year function as a soft opening. This way, we can approach 2016 with a rolling start that doesn’t set us up for failure. This article will discuss some key trends and trajectories that data management and analytics will take in 2016.
This article will discuss what is trending in terms of Business Intelligence, specifically what you should know about for the rest of 2015 and beyond, so you can continue to make strong, data-driven decisions.
July 1 has come and gone, and we’re flying at full speed in the second half of 2015. Conferences, summits, business deals, partnerships, and other organizational happenings fill up our days, months, and years, but we have to stay focused on so many things directly related to the success of our company. One of those things has to be how we access, manage, and analyze our data for stronger, more informed decision-making. In this article, I’ll discuss what you need to focus on in terms of Business Intelligence (BI) trends for software solutions and how we conduct our analytical processes.
This article will discuss what to expect, what is up and coming, and what will rule in the business world, with a specific focus on the Business Intelligence processes our finance and executive teams will continue to be charged with improving in 2015.
I don’t know if you feel like this, but the new year came and went so quickly, and here we are in the second half of January. We’re not only back in the swing of things, but business is racing as usual. Sometimes, it seems as if we can get lost in the hustle of catching up from the holidays, preparing for the next big event, and/or traveling to visit a customer or partner. But improving processes and staying competitive and connected to the industry, including trends and trajectories for the business world, is still on your to-do list. This article will zoom in on the top trends for business and specifically performance management, so your company can be in front of developments and evolutions for financial reporting, budgeting, data visualizing, and data warehousing processes.
The future of Business Intelligence (BI) and more specifically, financial reporting, is here – and it would be a mistake to ignore it. I’m talking about the importance of a comprehensive solution that responds to several organizational needs, while putting ease of use, flexibility, and collaboration at the core of the technology. Let me be more specific: a web-based report library for Microsoft Dynamics NAV takes financial reporting to the next level – a new normal of synergy, modernity, and business user friendliness. As technology marketplaces continue to move in the direction of Cloud computing and web-based products, so does the BI sector. This article will discuss some of Dynamics NAV users’ needs addressed by a web-based report library as a framework to understand the new product category better for consumers.
Today’s business world is all about flexibility and mobility when it comes to managing and analyzing our Microsoft Dynamics GP data. As we jet set to meet our global customers’ needs, flexibility becomes that much more valuable. In other words, your BI software should offer you the flexibility to access your data, for better and faster decision-making on the go, so you don’t miss opportunities to steer your company in the right direction. Independent software vendors (ISVs) seem to understand consumer demands for this mobility and continue to produce modern accessibility built into BI solutions.