Financial reporting is absolutely unavoidable in the modern business world. We’re all doing it, whether it is a homegrown Excel process, a legacy program, the native Microsoft Dynamics GP report writer, or an independent software vendor (ISV) solution. And the media industry is no different. In terms of process improvement, upgrading your reporting writing processes with a new solution means automated financial statements, modern security, accessible collaboration, and self-service analytics. This article will explore what you should be looking for in a report writer to meet today’s analytical objectives, zooming in on what a reporting tool should offer you as a media organization using Microsoft Dynamics GP.
This article will discuss your financial reporting options for your Dynamics GP.
Your organization needs a powerful and dynamic financial reporting tool to help you stay competitive in your industry by managing and analyzing your data without any disruptions. Navigating through Business Intelligence (BI) is much like maneuvering through the streets of a foreign country without a map or any directions. In this article, I will explore Excel-based and web-based financial reporting options, so you are able to select the best reporting tool to navigate your organization in managing and analyzing your data using Microsoft Dynamics GP. Continue reading
This article is an introduction: I’ll tell you a little bit about myself and my entry into the Business Intelligence realm, as well as my plans to blog about management solutions.
My name is Hanna Kim, and I’m an Angeleno. If you live in Los Angeles, you will notice that the city is not full of natives, but it is rather a melting pot of people with interesting stories, and I absolutely admire that about this city. As a story lover, I love traveling. I enjoy learning about different cultures and history, but the most fascinating part of traveling is finding layers about myself that I never knew about. It is always a humbling experience.
In the modern business culture, perhaps especially for Professional Services organizations, a powerful, user friendly report writer is essential to staying competitive in your sector, navigating the ebbs and flows of the economy through smarter decision-making, so you’re continuing to evolve as a business and a brand. In this article, I’ll lay out some of your options for today’s quality financial and operational reporting solutions, zooming in on features and functionalities, so you can make the best investment to expand your Microsoft Dynamics SL analytics as a Professional Services organization.
In today’s business world, maybe particularly for Professional Services organizations, a modern, dynamic financial reporting tool is vital to remaining competitive in your industry, making decisions to maneuver through the ups and downs of the economy, while developing the business and your brand. This article will focus on the best financial report writers today, discussing the premier features and functionalities, so you can invest in the best reporting tool to expand your Professional Services organization’s Microsoft Dynamics AX experience.
While financial reporting is arguably the cornerstone of Business Intelligence (BI) analytical processes, dashboards are the top priority in terms of solutions executive teams are seeking. Both are important to understanding the overall health of your organization, and you have choices for both on-premises and web-based, Cloud-hosted financial reporting and data visualizations. Sage X3 users should be in the know regarding today’s best software options for achieving accessible, easy-to-use, robust analytics, specifically in terms of financial statements and dashboards. In this article, I will discuss both financial reporting and data visualizations for Sage X3 customers – and the modern business problems you can solve with today’s powerful BI software.
In the modern business culture, perhaps especially for Professional Services organizations, a modern, robust financial report writer is essential to staying competitive in your sector, navigating the economy, all while developing your brand and your business. In this article, I’ll focus on today’s premier financial reporting tools, zooming in on the top feature and functionality offerings, so you can select the best reporting solution for your Professional Services team to enhance your Acumatica experience.
This article will discuss the brand new product category of web-based financial reporting portals for SAP Business One customers as a solution to multiple business problems.
A major evolution in the Business Intelligence (BI) marketplace, particularly for financial reporting, is starting to make ripples, and you should be in the know. Broadly speaking, this evolution is a response to multiple organizational workflow problems, with a focus on business user friendliness, flexible access, and collaboration. More specifically, SAP Business One (SAP B1) users should pay attention to web-based report libraries as they will create a new normal of streamlined, modern, and easy-to-use platform for next level financial reporting. As all kinds of software continue to migrate to web interfaces, so has the BI realm. In this article, I will explore the new product category emerging for SAP B1 customers – and the modern business problems solved by a web-based reporting and dashboards with collaborative features for discussion and analysis.
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.
There are numerous Business Intelligence tools on the market to enhance Microsoft Dynamics SL. This article will highlight key features and functions to consider when investing in a BI solution.
The Business Intelligence (BI) and Analytics solutions market continued to grow in 2013, up 8% to a total of $14.4 billion from 2012, according to Gartner. It is a relatively gradual growth, but the development is steady – and it makes sense. More than ever, analytics are informing corporate decision-makers how to best move the company forward from real-time, monthly, quarterly, project-specific, beyond the General Ledger (GL) and fiscal perspectives. The corporate world is shifting from IT-managed reporting, budgeting, and data storage to business user friendly, powerful BI software that takes Enterprise Resource Planning systems like Microsoft Dynamics SL, to new heights of analysis and planning.
Microsoft Dynamics SL is an established accounting product, around for a couple decades and acquired by Microsoft in the early 2000’s. There are approximately 12,000 customers around the globe, and that number will continue to grow under the Microsoft umbrella. That all said, Dynamics SL users do not have their heads in the sand. The growing world of BI solutions offer a variety of options to make the most of Dynamics SL through data analysis and planning for the future. Namely, the BI marketplace offers reporting, budgeting, dashboards, and data storage options. This article will discuss the feature and functionality offerings for Dynamics SL users in the current landscape of BI solutions.