This article will focus on Easy Cloud-based Reporting for Banks.
Have you ever wondered why Do It Yourself (DIY) shows are so popular? According to a Country Living article, “There’s a before, during and after in one TV show—so, you basically get to the happy ending very quickly.” In other words, your renovations might take weeks or months (or, God forbid, years), while Chip and Joanna’s Gaines home makeover requires less than an hour of your time. And in the end it looks perfect, unlike what you may have experienced.
What is wonderful about these shows is that they take homes that are a total wreck and transform them into beautiful showcases where we wish we could live in them. In almost all cases, the projects are within budget, finish on time, and result in a very happy customer.
This article will discuss financial report writers in today’s marketplace for manufacturing organizations looking to expand their SAP Business One experience.
Have you used a Fitbit before to track your fitness activity, diet and sleep? If you have specific fitness goals to be healthier and the Fitbit carries all the features and functionalities you need, this tracker is perfect because it describes in detail an event, situation or occurrence. Similarly, a financial report writer collects and presents financial data so that it can be analyzed. Reporting is the necessary prerequisite of analysis. Reporting makes data understandable and ready for accurate and efficient analysis so you can better reach your company goals. This article will discuss your options for features and functionalities that third party solutions are offering for your SAP Business One (SAP B1) system, specifically zooming in on data management and analysis in manufacturing companies.
This article will discuss the third party offerings that will expand data management and analytics for SAP B1 users seeking best-of-breed corporate performance management.
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.
In this article, I will discuss modern Business Intelligence (BI) solutions for an accelerated SAP Business One data management and analysis experience.
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.
When it comes to budgeting using data from SAP Business One, modern third party BI tools can offer the functionality you need to put together rolling forecasts and multi-year budgets, in addition to traditional planning, project budgeting, forecasting, and modeling. This article will explore today’s budgeting solutions options.
Is budgeting one of the most dreaded tasks in the realm of business – or do some of you find it exciting? In my experience talking to CFOs, accountants, and other finance team professionals about the budgeting process, I haven’t gotten anything but a tightening of the facial muscles, a tensing of the body, exasperated sighs, and anecdotes of the tedious procedure of piecing together an effective plan for how a company is going to spend money for the upcoming year.