ERP – Business Reporting and Analytics

An ERP system will come with a wide-range of standard reports. However, you will sometimes need to ask a what-if question or need to delve deeper into the data to get answers. At this point you will likely use the Business Intelligence(BI) or analytics tools the ERP vendor supplies. In addition there are many 3rd party BI tools on the market.

Business Analytics Function Checklist

We have broken down the Business Analytics functions into 10 areas – download the ERP-Checklist Guidebook now.

They 10 key areas can be used to foster better decision-making for people across your organisation—from warehouse personnel to financial analysts—with self-service business intelligence (BI) that makes it easy to access, share, and use information without support from your IT department.

Gain quick visibility and insight into job-specific business intelligence data, such as worksheets, notifications, KPIs, and reports through a web-based dashboard. Effectively manage and access both structured data and unstructured information such as email messages and documents.

Deliver critical data and relevant applications to employees, customers, and partners via web-based portals that make it easy to collaborate and share information. Quickly create reports using predefined functions for simple reporting, or online analytical processing (for deeper analysis with familiar tools such as Microsoft Office Excel.

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