In the business culture of today, maybe particularly for Professional Services companies, data is king. Since data drives decision-making, and Professional Services teams are working smartly to stay on track and on budget with clients, projects, vendors, and so forth, data warehousing can be really effective to support Business Intelligence (BI) analytical tasks. When I first learned about a data warehouse as a solution, I had questions, so you might as well. In this article, I’ll go about providing the answers you need about data warehousing with Acumatica for your Professional Services organization.
In the world of business today, data is everywhere, perhaps especially for non-profit organizations. Because data informs decision-making, and non-profits are working hard to stay on budget and/or on track with donors, grants, members, and so on, data warehouses can be really impactful to Business Intelligence (BI) processes. I know I had questions about data warehousing when I first heard of the product category, so you might, too. This article will aim to provide you the answers to general and specific questions about data warehouses for managing and analyzing your non-profit data with Intacct.
There are plenty of Acumatica users who are responsible for management of a parent company’s financial portfolio for multiple subsidiaries. Combining more than one entity’s financial information, sometimes with diverse currencies, can be tedious without a modern financial consolidation solution. Because data continues to grow in size and significance for decision-making, more and more executive teams are shopping for the right software that enables business end users to aggregate data into a singular set of financial statements. In this article, I’ll focus on your solution options for Acumatica customers who are charged with financial consolidations, with a look at the options you have for a dynamic, business user friendly, and powerful solution.
Everywhere you look in the business world, data. Because of data’s significant role in corporate decision-making, data warehouses have become a heavy-hitting tool for companies today. In my first interaction with the concept of data warehousing, I had some questions, from basic to logistical, so I’m assuming you feel the same. How do you manage a data warehouse? Can I hold the product in my hands? How does deployment happen? And why a data warehouse in the first place? If you have these questions or more Intacct-specific curiosities regarding data warehouses, this article will hopefully provide you with the answers you seek, so you can envision how a data warehouse solution can assist you in Intacct data management and analysis tasks.
More SAP Business One (SAP B1) customers than ever are looking for a true replacement for XL Reporter (XLR) – and I’m not talking about Crystal Reports. SAP B1 has a passionate population of users that are loyal and invested in their Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. This user group is at a crossroads of sorts, with SAP more recently discontinuing the Excel-powered financial reporting tool, XLR, and shifting to Crystal Reports because of acquisitions.
This article will lay out the effects of a data warehouse solution for your Acumatica experience, so that you can have a head start in shopping for the best data storage and Business Intelligence (BI) tool.
Data is an essential ingredient in the recipe for corporate success. Because of this importance, data warehouses are then relevant by association. When I first heard of data warehousing, I had a lot of questions, so perhaps you feel the same. What does data warehouse management look like? Are they a tangible product? How do you implement one? Why should I go with a data warehouse at all? You might have these kind of questions – or other ones altogether, as an Acumatica customer. In this article, I’ll go about answering these questions and more, so you can evaluate how a data warehouse can help you with Acumatica data management analysis processes.
This article will explore today’s premier financial consolidation tools, with a focus on the most important features and functionalities, that Intacct customers should consider when overseeing parent company financials.
There is a substantial population of Intacct users who are managing the financial portfolio for a parent corporation with more than one subsidiary. Aggregating corporate data from multiple entities, at times with disparate currency types, can be challenging without a modern financial consolidations tool. Data steadily increases in amount – and importance when it comes to decision-making. More and more executives are looking for the best tool that can empower business end users to consolidate information into one set of financial reports. This article is for the Intacct customer who is involved with financial consolidations for a parent company, with a focus on your software options to achieve a combination of modern, powerful, and easy-to-use.
Accounting technology research firm Software Advice recently reported that software replacement – Business Intelligence (BI) technology included – was largely because of organizations outgrowing their current systems. In addition, top requested functions included robust financial reporting, with a majority of prospective customers seeking something web-based. And all of this likely makes sense to you as an Intacct customer. You’re aware of the power and flexibility of web-based software, and it might even be a reason for your own growth. If you are experiencing growth and looking to replace, expand, or simply deploy powerful, modern financial reporting, budgeting, and/or dashboards, this article will give you the head start on the research you should do to find the best solution(s) for your team’s specific business needs.