I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Solver CEO, Nils Rasmussen, to discuss developments in the BI sector and how Solver fits into the growing and competitive marketplace. He explains evolutions for BI processes and the software that you utilize to achieve data management and analysis, as well as what is on the horizon for BI360 as a leading solution on the market today.
When it comes to financial reporting for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the most practical element to look for to meet company needs, besides ease of use, is flexibility. This article will explore and discuss the most important features to look for in a modern financial reporting solution for your Dynamics NAV experience.
As the marketplace settles into a new normal as both increasingly more global and consumer-driven, flexibility becomes extremely valuable. When I say flexibility, I’m referring to accessibility and mobility of your company data that you use to make informed decisions about developing your business for future success and brand growth. In addition to Microsoft’s own efforts, independent software vendors (ISVs) are striving to provide NAV customers with superior reporting capabilities, therefore also understanding the need to access the information that moves a company forward. This direct experience and understanding has driven some third party software manufacturers to produce financial reporting tools with a focus on flexible accessibility for Dynamics NAV users.