This article will focus on Cloud Financial Reporting and Budgeting for Banks.
New technology has drastically changed the way we communicate. – My 18-year old daughter has just discovered the show called The Office starring Steve Carell. The show came out in 2005 and we are wrapping up season two. What is striking is that all the sales representatives have flip phones and need to return to the office and login to their laptops or personal computers to transact business. Continue reading
This article discusses dashboard solutions for media organizations that are seeking to enhance their Microsoft Dynamics GP data analyses.
Whether your organization focuses on television, radio, the Internet or a different medium, a complete dashboard solution would be an effective way to ensure your company meets the demands of the digital disruption. Data visualizations provide easily digestible and accessible data analyses with charts, graphs, and scorecards that spotlight trends, successes, and challenges employing key performance indicators (KPIs) and your data to inform management decision-making for a department, a project, and/or the entire company.
This article discusses tools that will impact forecasting and analyses for Microsoft Dynamics CRM and Salesforce users.
If your organization has a sales and marketing team, and your organization wants to show your customers that they are a priority, a customer relationship management (CRM) software is probably a good thing to invest in. If you are not familiar with CRM, let me give you a brief overview of it, as well as examples of how CRM can benefit your company.
Nowadays, the amount of data you are working with can be massive, maybe especially for professional sports teams. Since data correlates directly to advertising, performance, profit, and so on, data warehousing can assist professional sports teams in staying on budget and on track with owners, players, administrative staff and the finance team. Maybe you’re not that familiar with a data warehouse solution, so you have several questions. This article will aim to offer answers that speak to your questions, so you can better understand how data warehousing can expand professional sports team data management and analytics from Microsoft Dynamics GP and additional data sources.
In modern business, data is ubiquitous, perhaps particularly for not-for-profits (NFPs). Since data directly supports decision-making, with NFP organizations actively working to remain on budget and/or on track with members, donors, grants and so forth, data warehousing can be helpful to your Business Intelligence (BI) tasks. If you’re anything like I was when I first heard of a data warehouse solution, you probably have questions. The goal for this article is to deliver the answers for NFP teams to understand how a data warehouse can improve management and analyses of your information from Microsoft Dynamics GP and other data sources.
Let’s do it – let’s talk about OLAP cubes. With the amount of data only growing, exponentially for some, Business Intelligence (BI) data stores are becoming more and more prevalent – and are sensible ways for modern organizations, companies, and corporations to access, store, and organize company data for financial reports, budgets, and dashboards, as well as financial consolidations. Whether you’re relying on a data mart, data warehouse, or an OLAP cube, your data queries won’t slow down the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, and you can grab multiple types of data to enrich and broaden your analyses. But this article will specifically zoom in on OLAP cubes. Who manages them? What are they? When do OLAP cubes come into play? Where are they staged? Why would you choose an OLAP cube over another BI data store?
Some people might think that non-profits are functioning outside of the typical business model, but in reality, data is driving the same vital decision-making for not-for-profit organizations. As non-profits do the hard work of staying on track with budgets, donors, grants, members, and so forth, a data warehouse can be really effective and efficient for your Business Intelligence (BI) processes. With online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes being a common technology presence, the difference between OLAP cubes and data warehouses might seem confusing to you. In this article, we’ll discuss the benefits of data warehousing for non-profit data management and analytics tasks using Intacct.
There is a population of non-profit Intacct customers who are overseeing the financials of their organization with multiple locations or entities. Consolidating organizational information from more than one location, sometimes with diverse currencies, can be tedious without a premier financial consolidation solution. Data continues to grow in size and significance in terms of decision-making. More executives than ever are shopping for the right tool to allow their business end users to aggregate data into a set of financial statements or for summarized operational reports. This article will zoom in on features and functionalities for the non-profit Intacct user who performs consolidations for monthly financials or annual budgets for the parent 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.