08. ICV sastanak (Microsoft) Miroslav Jovković NPS 2


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Miroslav iz NPS je imao vrlo dinamično i živahno predavanje na temu “Microsoft Dynamics & Business intelligence rešenje”. Ukratko, kako Microsoft BI (Business intelligence) alati mogu da pomognu controllerima?

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08. ICV sastanak (Microsoft) Miroslav Jovković NPS 2

  1. 1. E-BOOKIn this E-BOOK you will find information about BI4Dynamics standardapplication areas: Sales, Finance, Receivables, Inventory, Purchase,Payables, Manufacturing and Jobs.
  2. 2. EXCELAll tables and charts have been created in Excel 2010. Using slicers and manyformatting features greatly improves productivity. All predefined Excel sheetsare structured by business areas and are explain the concept of how toanalyze data: starting with an overview (few sheets only) and then moving tooperational (many sheets) ad-hoc analysis.
  3. 3. RECEIVABLESThis is one of the simplest business areas that most organizations use. It comeswith standard measures like Balance, Payment terms, Overdue and morespecific area like Average Balance, Sales on Credit and Balance % of Total.
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  5. 5. SALESSales is most common area but every organization has specifics. It is difficultto create dashboards that fit everyone. Therefore it is important that a BIsolution is flexible and has many measures and dimensions out-of-the box.BI4Dynamics has almost 70 measures in the sales area, some are verycommon other are very ERP specific.
  6. 6. Nice and clean dashboard is very informative. Any redesign to this dashboard can be done in few minutes.
  7. 7. We can analyze all the possible combinations: Customers by item, Item by Customer, Salesperson by Customer etc.There are almost limitless possibilities to create specific report or dashboard.
  8. 8. SALES ORDERSDaily snapshot of sales (or purchase) documents are taken into speciallydesigned data warehouse where all information are kept even after quotesand orders are changed, processed or deleted. These data are a part of salescube.
  9. 9. SALES + RECEIVABLESConnecting cubes takes a few minutes. Basic need for joining cubes is to viewdata across business areas. When connecting cube into one virtual cube noadditional disk space or processing time is required.
  10. 10. This dashboard shows sales including some retail specific data.
  11. 11. LOGISTICSThe architecture of data warehouse and cubes enables or disables creation ofvirtual cubes. With BI4Dynamisc design it is possible.(SALES + PURCHASE + INVENTORY)
  12. 12. If your organization has product managers that are responsible for all aspects of product (sales, purchase and stock) then you may find such information very useful.Excel can display more pivot tables on one sheet side by side, but these pivot tables cannot be connected by one slicer. The slicer can only connect those pivot tables thatcome from the same OLAP cube. Therefor instead of using 3 slicers and changing them constantly to set the same value (Item code) for each you may use only one slicer thateffects pivot table that joins more cubes in the background.
  13. 13. Are you selling old or new items from the inventory? When you decide to transfer the purchase cost may affect your average inventory or how this may affect your average inventory value?
  14. 14. FINANCEReports based on Chart of Accounts are mostly used in accounting. Realpowerful business reports can be created by Account Schedules (NAV) orFinancial Statements (AX).
  15. 15. A well structured Chart ofAccounts will enable goodand easy insight.
  16. 16. INVENTORYMany measures and KPIs enable powerful and easy analysis.
  17. 17. PURCHASEPurchase area contains the same functionality as sales area: standardmeasures that everyone would expect, YTD, budgets, purchase orders andmuch more.
  18. 18. PAYABLESThis area is very similar to Receivables, which has been shown with moredetails in the beginning of this e-book.
  19. 19. MANUFACTURINGMonitor production orders, Item composition and consumption, Actual andexpected quantities with variance. Analyse Average costs and work inprogress over many dimensions and hierarchies.Powerful, agile, simple analyzing across multiple sites and geographies!
  20. 20. Work center is defined (in NAV) as Machine, Capacity or Working resource. It can be grouped as Work Center Group. This is an overview ofwork center cost and shares of work center groups over years.
  21. 21. It can be a great help to know where an item or work center has been consumed.
  22. 22. JOB AND RESOURCESPowerful analysis of jobs and resources, which can give answers aboutbudgets, costs and profits on different open jobs in just one report. Job andresources module provides the ability to compare budgets, costs and profit atthe same time in one report for a specific project.
  23. 23. BUSINESS VALUEBI4Dynamics is a complete BI solution that covers out of the box:• Standard and additional NAV & AX application areas• Data Warehouse + OLAP Cubes• Vertical Solutions• Predefined Excel reports with best practice concepts
  24. 24. ASK FOR FREE 30 DAYS TRIALNext step: