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Posts Tagged ‘ERP reports’

Happy Opening Day, MLB Fans! A Look at Baseball and Business Intelligence

Well, here we are, fellow baseball fans. It's Opening Day of the 2018 season, and I've got one thing on my mind: Baseball. So let's talk about the most valuable strategy all MLB organizations have in their lineup: Data analysis. Think about it for a minute. How many various statistics do you hear during a […]

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Building Reports and Dashboards for Dynamics GP

        Interested in learning how to build reports and dashboards in Dynamics GP? Join Crestwood Associates for a LIVE demo and learn how you can drive productivity across your entire business with tools for: Reporting Dashboards Data Warehouse Collaboration Whether you are in retail, healthcare, government, or education, there is something for everyone. Register […]

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The ERP Implementation Partnership: Human Factor vs. Tools & Procedures

We all have implementation methodologies and the tools that go along with them. While debating the merits of particular tools and the advantages of increased sophistication versus user buy-in, we can agree that our project tools are necessary components in a successful implementation. That said, there are more interesting components in a project. Once the […]

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7 Reasons Microsoft Dynamics ERP Users Should Consider BI for Reporting

Should you create reports using your Microsoft Dynamics data directly in SQL?  Or should you use FRx or Management Reporter?  Or how about one of the many reporting tools available for Dynamics?  Better yet, consider a business intelligence solution for your reporting needs. With business intelligence (BI), you can design reports right on your screen […]

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I Hate My Reports! (Or Why to Change Your Accounting Software)

When discussing with clients the reasons for a change in accounting software, I've heard several different responses: I have to log out so she can log in, then he has to log out so I can log in... The look and feel reminds me of my old Commodore 64 There's no more room on my […]

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Can You Afford For An Employee To Spend A Full Day Every Week Just To Produce Reports For Meetings?

Many companies believe that holding weekly staff meetings will contribute tremendously to their organization since it provides the opportunity for managers and employees to review reports and discuss the work accomplished in the previous week and to plan what will be accomplished in the upcoming week. Yet, it is typical to hear clients during the due diligence […]

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