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Posts Tagged ‘SSRS’

Reports So Cool, They Should Come With a Cape

      Join Crestwood Associates in this fantastic FREE webinar: Reports So Cool, They Should Come With a Cape. With so many reporting options to choose from, it can be hard to know where to start! In this engaging session, you'll get a tour of many Dynamics GP reporting tools (both financial and non-financial […]

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First Time at Reporting Implementation? Tips and Tricks!

In this article, we’ll explore the details of preparing for a financial reporting implementation that is a success. In today’s business world, financial reporting is unavoidable.  Whether you’re working with a homegrown Excel reporting process, a legacy software applications, a third party vendor product, or a native accounting tool reporting feature, every company is relying […]

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SSRS Report Development Workshop

SSRS Report Development Workshop Overview In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics of AX SSRS report development as well as some advanced concepts. We’ll teach you the key elements needed to construct your reports, how to save time by changing queries programmatically and much more! Course Logistics: Date: September 27 & 28 Hours: 8:00 am […]

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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Report Deployment

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 relies on Microsoft SQL Reporting Services to provide reporting capabilities to AX users. Here are a couple of tricks and tips that I have learned over the years and for which I could not find any reference online. Maybe there is some documentation out there, what it was hard for me […]

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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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Reporting for Dynamics NAV Retail Users

This article is for retail organizations using Microsoft Dynamics NAV who want to explore today’s powerful, dynamic financial reporting product offerings.     Financial reporting is the arguable centerpiece of Business Intelligence (BI) analytics, showcasing the company’s financial status in what should be quickly accessible sets of financial and operational statements.  Business seems to be moving […]

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Who Wouldn’t Love SSRS Reports?

If you are using Dynamics GP but have not yet tapped into SSRS reports, you may want to start exploring the possibility of doing so. SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports are appealing to everyone for a variety of reasons. Let us give you a better idea of who would love them and why: IT:  […]

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Modern Financial Reporting for Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Financial reporting is figuratively the popular kid in the school of Business Intelligence (BI) – and as the big man on campus, it continues to develop its A-list status by evolving for modern business demands.   Microsoft Dynamics NAV, as do most Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems, offers a native financial report writer, called Report Designer.  […]

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What is Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and What Can It Do For You?

There is a lot of buzz around the exciting reporting tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP called Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Because it is very powerful, people tend to think it is complicated and they don’t take the time to understand what it can do. So in this interview with Dawn Pleil, Software Developer/Support […]

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SSRS PHP Tips and Tricks: Default Parameters

Have you ever wanted to share a report between several different people or companies, but wanted the report to only display data for that specific person or company?  This can be tricky with a multi company or multi person database.  However there is an easy way to do this, and it's not copying and pasting […]

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