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Here we’re going to show you how! Look through to explore how Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central’s dimensional accounting capabilities work with Power BI to provide powerful, flexible information that will help your organization to succeed.
Dimensional Accounting in Business Central
Similar to Dynamics NAV, Business Central’s dimensions allow you to easily set up and simplify your chart of accounts. Such as, you can create a single expense account and tag it with dimensions like department, project, or product line. So that It is possible to filter based on one or multiple dimensions. Additionally, to make it easier for finding information, this adds unbelievable flexibility to the data. Also, you can choose to track as your business grows. Just add a new dimension as needed, not a whole new account.
While adding Business Central’s seamless integration with Power BI. It’s like having the instant gratification of focused information or data at your fingertips.
Business Central Dimensions and Power BI: Better Together
Just because Dynamics 365
Also, with Power BI it is possible to view this information from any angle, using helpful visuals for easier information. Do you want to view the net changes in expenses based on project type, geographic area, and/or product line? Not a problem. You can report based on:
- Monthly totals
- Variance from performance thresholds
- Individual transactions
- Change over time
Planning and Supporting Growth
To continue to thrive, your business needs to remain agile, respond quickly to market changes, and proactively pursue opportunities. Also, Business Central’s intuitive
If you’d like to learn how dimensional accounting works in Business Central and how to use those dimensions to create reports in Power BI,