Business Intelligence in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

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There is no question that you can benefit from the capability to leverage your business data into meaningful information. Basic business intelligence tools provide richer insights into your business today, while also allowing you to sense where it may be going tomorrow.  With the upcoming release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, users will now have access to more than 400 built-in reporting services, with a majority of those being Excel-based reports that can include multiple data sources.  Reports can include data from multiple companies, with the ability to filter for selected companies. Deeper analysis is gained by using the new role-based, personalized dashboards and KPIs giving the right people insight into the part of the business that most affects them. By using the built-in SQL Server data mining tools with Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can perform advanced analytics in Excel, including what-if scenarios and predictive modeling and forecasting.  This latest release also automatically connects Microsoft Dynamics GP data with Excel through built-in data connectors, eliminating the need to juggle applications. The business intelligence capabilities built in to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 help you to understand customer behavior, analyze sales, identify opportunities for revenue and cost savings, and improve overall decision-making.

 By Sikich – Microsoft Dynamics GP Partner, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and Microsoft Inner Circle member serving St. Louis, MO and the Midwest.

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