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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 discuss data warehouses, both in general and specifically for non-profit organizations, who are seeking to expand their Intacct analytical processes.

In the world of business today, data is everywhere, perhaps especially for non-profit organizations.  Because data informs decision-making, and non-profits are working hard to stay on budget and/or on track with donors, grants, members, and so on, data warehouses can be really impactful to Business Intelligence (BI) processes.  I know I had questions about data warehousing when I first heard of the product category, so you might, too.  This article will aim to provide you the answers to general and specific questions about data warehouses for managing and analyzing your non-profit data with Intacct.
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