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Dynamics NAV Financial Reporting for Manufacturing and Distribution

This article will zoom in on financial reporting tasks for manufacturing and distribution organizations using Microsoft Dynamics NAV – and today’s software solutions.  In the modern business culture, Business Intelligence (BI) analytics are the primary resource for decision-making about the direction your company should take, based on important organizational information.  That said, the number of […]

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Hospitality Reporting and Budgeting with Dynamics

This article will zoom in on financial reporting and budgeting processes, with a focus on the BI solutions that aid the hotel and restaurant industry in financial reporting and budgeting demands, for Microsoft Dynamics users.     Today’s business world looks more and more to Business Intelligence (BI) analytics as an important way to make sense […]

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How Free is Management Reporter?

In this article, I’ll discuss Management Reporter as one of your financial reporting options, specifically regarding what it will cost you to implement and manage the tool, compared to other software.    Similar to most accounting systems, Microsoft Dynamics has an ecosystem of financial report writing options for their users ranging from built-in reporting functions […]

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Financial Reporting and Planning for Manufacturing

In this article, we’ll explore modern, powerful financial reporting and budgeting options for the manufacturing industry.  In 2015, Business Intelligence (BI) analytics are basically essential to turn your company data into more informed decision-making for a successful future.  With the fast pace and regulation intricacies associated with manufacturing today, I think it would be a […]

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Business Intelligence for Healthcare

This article explores financial reporting, planning, and data visualization options for the Healthcare industry, zooming in on the benefits of today’s dynamic Business Intelligence solutions.  Whether you are working at a retirement home, in a hospital, as part of a home medical care organization, or at a family physician office, it can be aggravating to […]

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5 Alternatives to FRx

You might be tired of hearing about FRx’s retirement, and we feel your pain – it’s old news.  At the same time, since finance teams around the world have used the free financial reporting tool by Microsoft for years with some still hanging on to FRx, the transition to a new report writer has been […]

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Planning Considerations for Data Consolidations

A complete data warehouse allows you to consolidate databases, giving your users access to the information they need without having to think about where the data actually resides. Getting the data into the BIO data warehouse is easy and getting it out is even easier.  However, there are some planning considerations to take into account […]

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Consolidate the Power of Your Data

Here are 7 ways business intelligence will leverage the data stored in multiple databases around your organization: Read more... Join BIO for a free business intelligence webinar to get to see how BIO business intelligence software can help you create consolidated insights in your organization.  And please contact me at 203.705.4648 or by email at sandi@bio4analytics.com if […]

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Why Do I Want a Data Warehouse with My BI Platform?

Why include a data warehouse in your business intelligence implementation? Doesn't that just create a lot of work and slow everything down? Isn't it better to go right against the source database and get real-time data? Actually, the benefits of using a data warehouse can far outweigh the effort required to implement one. There is a […]

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Business Intelligence BI: Reporting on Steroids

How often has this happened to you?  Your boss asks for an analysis (or you determine that you need one).  You figure out just what you need to see--maybe it's something like one of our sample reports--and either run it yourself or take your request to the IT department.  You get the report and it’s exactly […]

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