This article will describe a real life example of a manual application of BI360.
What to Expect Plus Tips to Help You Take Advantage of All Focus 2018 Has to Offer
This article will discuss what’s at stake in terms of how you leverage diverse company data types to enable optimized decision-making in 2018.
In this article, Sissela, a Solver visitor from Sweden, stopped by our Los Angeles office, and interviewed Solver employees for her school’s project on work experience.
This article will discuss one of the winning ingredients for Solver as an organization and definitely one of the reasons BI360 is as successful as it is: innovation. Read more
This article will discuss what a lot of Dynamics users are either approaching or already dealing with: the migration to Dynamics 365. Here’s how corporate performance Management (CPM) tools can help.
We have written about the topic of the enterprise technology evolution, moving to the cloud specifically, several times now, and this blog will continue to cover the related intricacies. Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, both Business and Enterprise editions, are seemingly the destination for at least current users of on-premises Dynamics GP, SL, NAV and AX products. Unfortunately, that journey is not just a flip of the switch. It is more than just moving data over because your data source is the thing you are replacing. This article will discuss the ins and outs of transitioning to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and how corporate performance management (CPM) can help, with their autonomous databases to store your historical data, and financial reporting and budgeting applications.
This article takes a closer look at the company culture at Solver.
In this article, I’ll be covering Solver’s culture, both internally and externally – and how that has changed the way I view work and my work ethic. In America, we work an average of 40-47 hours per week. According to Investopedia, “corporate culture refers to the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company’s employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions.” Corporate culture has arguably always been important, but it’s only become so popular, almost a “buzzword” in the past decade, maybe because of the start-up phenomenon. Culture is often a prime factor in long-term organizational success. Also, a culture’s success depends on an organization’s business market, strategies and workforce.