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This article will go about explaining the impact of data warehousing for Sage 300, so that you and your team can get a head start figuring out the best modern solution for your company.

Since data is such an important topic in the world of business, it makes sense that data warehouses are going to be prominent by association.  However, questions of who, what, when, where, why, and how rapidly start to pile up for most of us because firstly, what do data warehouses even look like?  Are they tangible, physical items where you can store files, like an external hard drive?  Who maintains them?   When should we be investing in a data warehouse?  Where are they hosted?  Why do we need one?  And how do we get started with our data warehouse?  For Sage 300 customers, maybe these questions have crossed your mind – and perhaps there are other confusing elements that you would like addressed before understanding whether or not you even need a data warehouse.  In this article, I will answer some of the main questions Sage 300 customers might have, so you can comprehend the key features and functionalities in order to pinpoint your team’s data warehousing needs.
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I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Solver CEO, Nils Rasmussen, to discuss developments in the BI sector and how Solver fits into the growing and competitive marketplace.  He explains evolutions for BI processes and the software that you utilize to achieve data management and analysis, as well as what is on the horizon for BI360 as a leading solution on the market today.

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This article will discuss the necessity of powerful financial consolidation tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers who manage parent company portfolios, while exploring key features and functionalities.

Plenty of Microsoft Dynamics GP customers are managing the financials of a parent company, with multiple subsidiaries.  Combining organizational information from more than one company, sometimes with diverse currencies, can be tedious without a modern financial report writer and consolidations solution.  Data continues to grow in size – and in significance, regarding decision-making for the future of a company.  Executive teams are thus shopping around for an easy-to-use tool for the regular hurdle of aggregating data into unified financial statements.  If you’re a Dynamics GP user who is charged with consolidating subsidiary company data, this article will highlight the few options you have that combine power, modernity, and business user friendliness.
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This article will answer your questions about data warehouses for Microsoft Dynamics AX, so you can make a decision about what your best options are for your organization.

Because data is a buzzword in the business world, it follows that data warehouses are going to be relevant by proxy.  But the who, what, when, where, why, and how questions quickly surface for a lot of us because first of all, what are we picturing here?  Is it an actual physical storage space, like an external hard drive?  Who manages it?  When should we be considering an investment in such a device?  Where is it staged?  Why would we need one?  And how do we deploy a data warehouse?  For Dynamics AX customers, these might be questions you have – and there might be other outlying confusions and curiosities that need answered before any action can be taken.  This article will explore the details of data warehousing for Microsoft Dynamics AX customers, including the key features, so you can understand your team’s specific data warehousing needs now or in the future.
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This article will discuss and explore the key features and functionalities of modern financial consolidations tools for SAP Business One users.

If you are one of the many SAP Business One (SAP B1) users managing the transactional and operational information for more than one subsidiary as part of a parent company, then you know the financial consolidation process can be tedious, depending on the tool you are using.  Logistically, it can be a nightmare without an ultra-modern, powerful financial reporting and consolidations solution.  This article will focus on your options for an easy-to-use, robust financial consolidation tool to streamline your SAP B1 experience.
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This article will explore options for you to find the best financial reporting and consolidations tool to enhance Microsoft Dynamics AX in your favor, including key features and functions of the leading modern tools.

Plenty of Microsoft Dynamics AX customers are managing the financials for multiple subsidiaries of a parent company.  Consolidating transactional and operational information from more than one business, occasionally with multiple currencies, can be a logistics nightmare without a modern financial reporting and consolidations solution.  As the size and value of data continues to grow, corporate decision-makers are not able to ignore the need for a tool that can help them aggregate data into one cohesive set of financial statements.  If you are someone who relies on Dynamics AX, this will be an important article for you to understand your options for business user friendly, yet powerful consolidation solutions.
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When it comes to budgeting using data from Dynamics NAV, 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.

Are you like most people I talk to who find budgeting to be a true pain in the neck?  Most CFOs and other finance team members I have spoken with about their budgeting procedures generally go from pleasant to exasperated in seconds as they detail their headaches putting together an actionable plan for their company’s financials in the coming year.
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When it comes to financial reporting for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, the most practical element to look for to meet company needs, besides ease of use, is flexibility.  This article will explore and discuss the most important features to look for in a modern financial reporting solution for your Dynamics NAV experience.

As the marketplace settles into a new normal as both increasingly more global and consumer-driven, flexibility becomes extremely valuable.  When I say flexibility, I’m referring to accessibility and mobility of your company data that you use to make informed decisions about developing your business for future success and brand growth.  In addition to Microsoft’s own efforts, independent software vendors (ISVs) are striving to provide NAV customers with superior reporting capabilities, therefore also understanding the need to access the information that moves a company forward.  This direct experience and understanding has driven some third party software manufacturers to produce financial reporting tools with a focus on flexible accessibility for Dynamics NAV users.
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It is imperative to have a head start in understanding the features and functionalities of financial report writers for Microsoft Dynamics GP, so you can adequately modernize and streamline your reporting processes.

In today’s business world, a modern financial reporting tool is vital in order to use the increasingly large amounts of data to make informed decisions about the future of your company.  However, the number of options for professionals can be overwhelming, especially on top of the growing list of responsibilities we have to complete to remain competitive.  This article will explore and discuss features and functionalities for your consideration when looking to upgrade your report writing tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
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As a Dynamics NAV user, you should know the functionalities and key features of modern financial reporting tools available on the market today so that you can select the best tool to enhance Dynamics NAV and meet your Business Intelligence needs by generating sophisticated analytical reports.

In today’s business culture, a powerful financial reporting solution is vital for any organization that is dedicated to developing into a competitive, well established corporation.  This article will explore the variety of options and available features, so that you can select the best financial reporting tool to meet your company or finance team’s needs and goals using Microsoft Dynamics NAV as the core data source.
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