This article tackles the topic of financial and operational report writer solutions for Professional Services teams utilizing Microsoft Dynamics SL, so you can make the right investment.
In today’s business world, maybe particularly for Professional Services teams, a dynamic, easy-to-use reporting solution is vital to remaining competitive in your industry, riding the waves of a sometimes choppy economy through sharper decision-making, so you can continue to grow as an organization and a brand. This article will lay out some of your solution choices for modern, quality operational and financial report writing, focusing on feature and functionality offerings, so you can invest precisely to grow your Microsoft Dynamics SL analyses as a Professional Services team.
Third party software solutions typically query data from an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and/or additional data sources, whether by
Let’s start with data integrations since they are basically the foundation to financial reporting. Does your organization rely on real-time reporting, therefore needing a live integration from Dynamics SL, or do you prefer to pull data from a BI data store, like a data warehouse or an online analytical processing (OLAP) cube – for a high performance? A direct integration enables you to query data right from Dynamics SL without replicating company information to a warehouse or a cube for up-to-the-minute reporting. Whether a cube, a warehouse, or a mart, BI data stores can stage various types of data in one space. But if your team consists of more than one Dynamics SL user that, at times, have to simultaneously query large data sets, it can make the ERP server sluggish.
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by Solver, Inc