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Financial Consolidations with D365 Finance and Operations

It seems like every enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor aims to provide its own financial consolidation software. However, many customers have been disappointed. So why is it so hard for an ERP vendor to deliver the necessary financial consolidation functionality inside the ERP system itself? Here are some reasons why financial consolidation ERPs have its limitations: […]

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Look Out Surf City USA, Here We Come – Focus 2018!

If you have not already registered for Focus 2018 on August 27 – 30, 2018, at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort and Spa, then what are you waiting for? Focus brings together BI360 experts, partners and users worldwide to capture those last moments of summer in one of the top California beach towns around. Many come just […]

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Financial Consolidations with Dynamics AX for Retail

In this article, we’ll explore your best options for financial consolidation tools to accelerate your Microsoft Dynamics AX experience as a retail organization.     Some Microsoft Dynamics AX users who are working as part of a retail company team are managing the financials for a parent company’s subsidiary entities.  Consolidating transactional and operational information from […]

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Consolidating With and Beyond Dynamics AX

There’s a significant number of Microsoft Dynamics AX users who are overseeing financial data for more than one subsidiary under a parent company.  Aggregating operational and transactional data from multiple companies, sometimes with more than one currency, can be logistically nightmarish if you are not armed with a powerful, ultra-modern financial reporting and consolidations tool.  Data […]

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Financial Consolidations for your Dynamics NAV Experience

Scores of Microsoft Dynamics NAV users are managing the finances of multiple subsidiaries under a parent company.  Consolidating company information from more than one organization, at times dealing with multiple currencies and different country regulations, can be a logistical challenge without the organizational features and functionalities of a modern, dynamic financial reporting and consolidations tool. […]

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