Have you ever made a conclusion before knowing all the facts?
Do you make on-the-fly decisions just hoping that you’ve got accurate information? Is your vision of your company’s future blurry?
Trying to make business decisions without the full picture is like trying to sail with a broken compass. You might be making headway but is it in the right direction or are you heading straight into a storm you could have avoided?
The most successful businesses know what’s happening at their company, recognize trends in the industry and can adapt as needed. In other words, they are intelligent about every aspect of their business, both internally and externally.
How do they keep track of all those moving pieces? With a Business Intelligence solution that allows them to get the full picture so they can sail in the right direction.
What is Business Intelligence/Reporting?
Business Intelligence, or BI, in general refers to the process of analyzing data to make informed business decisions. More specifically, it often refers to technological solutions that help businesses compile that data into usable reports to make those decisions.
Most businesses have lots of moving pieces, including multiple software applications. When those applications don’t communicate, compiling the right data to make an informed decision can quickly become a nightmare.
A BI solution allows you to streamline data from multiple sources into one warehouse, giving you easy access to real-time information.
When it comes to making important decisions that will affect the future of your business, you don’t want to rely on a one-size-fits-all tool. Just as with our ERP/accounting solutions Boyer & Associates gives you options so that you can choose the one that best fits your company’s needs. Whether you’re looking at Management Reporter, Jet Reports or Power BI, we’ve got you covered.
Already have Management Reporter or Jet Reports? Boyer & Associates offers in-depth training courses designed to help you learn the ins and outs of these powerhouse reporting solutions:
- Management Reporter Training — This two-day class is ideal for the accountant with little training on Management Reporter. Attendees will learn how to design basic report building blocks and how to associate those blocks to create relevant financial reports including trial balance, income statements, variance reports, balance sheets, statements of cash flow and consolidation reports. Cost is $800.
- Jet Reports Training — Our Report Writing Workshop provides everything you need to learn how to produce a variety of financial reports in a two-day crash course. Get step-by-step instructions on how to create, maintain and secure your company’s financial reports. Must have a basic knowledge of Excel, income statements, balance sheets and cash flow statements. Cost is $1,200.
Check our calendar for class dates and registration details.
If you’re ready to get a better grasp on your company’s financial status, contact Carol Simonson at 763-412-4315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.