Modern, intuitive and easy-to-use dashboards are upgrading the Microsoft Dynamics AX data management and analytics processes for Manufacturing and Distribution businesses.
Dashboards are really building some momentum as leading Business Intelligence (BI) tools. Dashboards, or data visualizations, are seemingly everywhere, but especially in the BI sector. This is likely due to their popularity as an investment for executives, with their quickly accessible and digestible data visuals. Dashboards provide easy analytics for fast-paced organizational decision-making. More specifically, dashboards are charts, graphs, and scorecards that showcase data trends, strengths and weakness via key performance indicators (KPIs), whether for projects, departments, and/or the entire organization.
Similar to dashboards you rely on in any vehicle, corporations can make important decisions by reviewing or monitoring operational and transactional data trends in a BI dashboard. The main difference between everyday dashboards and BI data visualizations is that BI tools allow for interaction and interpretation, for deeper analyses and any required adjustments. Additionally, a BI dashboard has built-in drill-to and drill-down capabilities, so you can choose how to best move forward utilizing your Microsoft Dynamics AX data for your manufacturing and/or distribution organization. Okay, you get it: dashboards are prevalent in today’s business culture. Let’s talk about the solution specifically for manufacturing and distribution companies depending on Dynamics AX.
A great place to start the discussion would be how you can integrate your data. Modern dashboard solutions can pull company data from
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