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Ariett’s New Accounts Payable and Procurement Dashboards Deliver Greater Insight

Ariett is excited to announce the release of BI Metric Accounts Payable, Procurement and Expense Reporting Dashboards!  Augmenting Ariett’s search and reporting capabilities, these dashboards provide real-time data and visualizations to help AP managers, CFOs and department managers make purchasing decisions and gain quick insights into spending. Built with Microsoft’s Power BI technology, Ariett’s dashboards […]

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Ariett Showcases New Dashboards and BI Reporting at GP User Group Summit

Ariett, a leading innovator of Cloud Purchase to Payment software, is thrilled to be a Platinum Sponsor at GPUG (GP User Group) Summit Nashville, the number one event for Microsoft Dynamics GP ERP users.  Ariett’s Partner Solutions Showcase on Wednesday, 10/11 at 3:00 will demonstrate how to leverage a unified Cloud Purchase to Payment platform […]

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FRx–What’s Next?

Still using FRx?  It still works and your staff knows how to use it, right?  But all good things must come to an end and this is no exception.  Instead of thinking about your FRx replacement, maybe it’s time to think about stepping up to a more robust reporting and analysis solution that will give […]

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BIO and In-Memory Business Intelligence

In-memory solutions provide fast access to data and easier programming, making them less expensive to use in terms of time, resources, and skills required. BIO business intelligence software for Microsoft Dynamics gives you the option of taking advantage of in-memory analytics using the Microsoft SQL 2012 Tabular Data Model. Here are some other benefits of […]

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Your Sales and Operations Folks Are Not Lazy!

Many business intelligence tools are coupled with visualization tools that make it extremely easy to create reports from scratch and execute ad hoc analyses.  So why won’t those sales and operations folks make use of these tools for self-service reporting for faster, better decision making as touted in all of the business intelligence literature?  I’m […]

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