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Improve Your Budgeting, Planning and Forecasting

Are you manually exporting data from your ERP system to Excel and compiling several spreadsheets? Are you manually formatting reports and presentations? If this is you, there is hope and no need to dread over your company’s budgeting process. There are tools to improve your budgeting and reporting processes. We will cover key features you […]

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The Best and Most Affordable Reporting Tools

This article discusses about modern reporting, using BI360 as an example of a system that is affordable and helps organizations to make better business decisions. As we are approaching a new decade, many organizations are looking to modernize their financial reporting processes. Most companies these days are always seeking a cloud-based report writer that can […]

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Top Reasons You Need to Partner with a CPM Company

This article will focus on the benefits of partnering with a company that offers a corporate performance management solution as a product. Companies around the world are in search for affordable and user-friendly corporate performance management (CPM) tools to fulfill their needs. In other words, to understand the needs of a customer is the primary […]

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Top Benefits of Budgeting with Budget Templates Part 2

The Benefits of Budgeting with Budget Templates Part 2 This article focuses on part two of the importance of budget templates series.   In the first part of the Top Benefits of Budgeting with Budget Templates series, we mentioned that budgeting is a topic that is not very common in many organizations. Yes, it can […]

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Why the Majority of Business Managers Choose Microsoft Dynamics GP When Outgrowing QuickBooks

The go-to accounting software for small businesses with fewer than five full time employees is typically QuickBooks. It’s well-known and meets basic accounting needs for businesses with simple financial tasks, few transactions and limited users. However, once your business has passed its start-up phase, and you start requiring advanced reports, robust functionality or need additional […]

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