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Modern, easy-to-use dashboard tools are accelerating the data management and analytics processes for Manufacturing and Distribution companies using Microsoft Dynamics NAV.

It’s all about dashboards these days when it comes to presenting and digesting information in quick and easy-to-understand ways, which is particularly true in the Business Intelligence (BI) world.  They are increasingly more popular, especially for executives, due to their easily accessible visualizations of your data.  Dashboards provide easily digestible analyses for breakneck pace of decision-making for today’s businesses.  Also referred to as data visualizations, dashboards are graphs, charts, and scorecards that showcase trends, strengths, and weaknesses with key performance indicators (KPIs) for projects, divisions, and/or the whole organization.
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In this article, today’s dashboard solutions for Microsoft Dynamics SL will take center stage for Professional Services organizations hoping to expand their analytics.

You can call them dashboards or data visualizations, charts, graphs, or scorecards, but it doesn’t matter – they’re nearly ubiquitous.  And that is because if you do a quick search on the internet about the top software priorities, specifically in the BI realm, dashboards are #1 for executives.  Because business is moving faster than ever (or so it seems), analytics that are quickly accessible and easily digestible is essential.  Dashboards deliver just that: graphs, charts, and scorecards illustrate trajectories, victories, and challenges through key performance indicators (KPIs) and your information to effectively keep a project, a department, or the whole organization on track.
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This article is an interview with Solver CEO, Nils Rasmussen, who discusses developments in Business Intelligence in 2015 and how Solver fits into that culture – and the future.

What can you tell us about what is going on in terms of developments in the Business Intelligence realm in 2015 – and where does Solver fit into that culture?
Well, a couple of things have happened in this last year.  One thing is that companies have adopted a lot of Cloud solutions, and they also still have on-premises solutions.  So, what’s happened in terms of Business Intelligence is that the tools need to bring together data from the Cloud – and from in-house – so the role of a data warehouse has become a lot more important than in the past when all data was in-house.  That’s a key thing that we see happening: importance of warehouse to bring data together.  Another thing is just what we see every year is people want easier and easier BI tools, as the older generations from the 90’s – I’m now talking generations of BI tools – are fading out, and people don’t anymore want a full-time technical resource to sit and manage, in terms of a BI tool.
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Today’s dynamic, business user friendly dashboard solutions are expanding the Microsoft Dynamics AX data management and analytical experience for Manufacturing and Distribution companies.

Dashboards, dashboards, dashboards.  I feel like every time I turn around, I’m hearing about some kind of dashboard – and that is especially true in the Business Intelligence (BI) realm.  This is probably because they are such a popular investment for executives, especially with their accessible, digestible data visualizations.  Dashboards deliver quick and easy analytics for the fast pace of business decision-making.  Also known as data visualizations, dashboards come in the form of charts, graphs, and scorecards that illustrate your data in trajectories, challenges, and opportunities through key performance indicators (KPIs) for projects, departments, and/or the entire company.
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This article discusses dashboard software solutions for non-profit organizations that are seeking to enhance their Microsoft Dynamics GP data analyses.

Dashboards or data visualizations come in the form of graphs, charts, and scorecards, and you’ve undoubtedly interacted with them in some capacity.  This is probably because executives are prioritizing this software offering, as Gartner’s recent study on Financial Executive International CFO Technology reported.  Since business is always moving at such a rapid pace, we need easily digestible and accessible data analyses.  Data visualizations provide precisely that: charts, graphs, and scorecards 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 organization.
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This article will explore the benefits of modern dashboard software solutions that can upgrade and expand Acumatica data analyses for Professional Services companies.

It really doesn’t matter if you call them dashboards, data visualizations, charts, or graphical scorecards, they’re everywhere nowadays.  This is probably due to the fact that they are the #1 priority in terms of software that executives are seeking, based on Gartner’s survey on Financial Executive International CFO Technology.  Since it seems like we are moving at the speed of light in business, easily accessible, quickly digestible data analyses are extremely valuable.  Dashboards provide precisely that – charts, graphs, and scorecards demonstrate trends, successes, and problem areas through key performance indicators (KPIs) and data to best keep a project, a department, or the entire company on track.
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This article will discuss two of the primary Business Intelligence (BI) analytical processes for Sage X3 customers, financial reporting and dashboards, with a focus on modern functionality.

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.
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This article will discuss top features and functionalities you should be seeking in today’s business user friendly dashboard solutions for professional sports teams using Microsoft Dynamics GP.

You’ve probably noticed or heard that dashboard software is really popular in the Business Intelligence (BI) arena these days.  Additionally, Gartner’s recent study on CFO technology priorities concluded that dashboards, scorecards, and performance management tools are number one for financial executives today.  Professional sports teams are typically relying on dashboards in terms of athlete performance anyway, so BI dashboard analytics are a logical extension of easy-to-digest, quickly accessible analyses.  Dashboards or charts, graphs, and scorecards that showcase data trajectories, successes, and challenges with key performance indicators (KPIs), whether you are looking at off-season plans, investments, payroll, or the overall financial picture of your professional sports team.
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In this article, non-profit organizations will get a better understanding of the dashboard software options they have to expand their Intacct data analytics.

Whether you call them dashboards or something along the lines of data visualizations, graphical scorecards, or charts, they’re ubiquitous these days.  This is likely because they are a top software priority for executives, according to Gartner’s recent study on Financial Executive International CFO Technology.  Because we are always seemingly at a breakneck pace in business, we need quickly accessible and digestible data analytics.  Dashboards or data visualizations deliver exactly that – graphs, scorecards, and charts that illustrate trajectories, opportunities, and challenges through data and key performance indicators (KPIs) to better manage a project, a department, or the entire organization.
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This article will explore key considerations in regard to features and functionality you should be looking for in a modern, easy-to-use retail dashboard tool for your Microsoft Dynamics NAV experience.

You’re probably not surprised when you hear that dashboards are at the top of the list of most popular Business Intelligence (BI) solutions on the market today.  Gartner did a study in 2013 on Financial Executive International CFO Technology, which delivered the conclusion that dashboards, scorecards, and performance management solutions are the top priority for today’s executives.  Modern retail business culture is more fast-paced than ever, and dashboards deliver quickly digestible and accessible analytics.  Dashboards are graphs, charts, and scorecards that illustrate data trends, successes, and problem areas with key performance indicators (KPIs), whether you are looking at a store, region, product, one corporate department in particular, or the whole company.
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