What I find missing most often in wealth strategies is reporting. I find it amazing how so many people think they don't need reporting. Some think they will be so successful that they don't need a report to tell them that. Others think that reporting is just for their accountant to do their taxes. And, others think they aren't big enough to need reporting.
Reporting tool selection may seem to be very important, and in fact you have to distinguish between so-called Financial Reporting: Consolidated or Single company Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss, Statement of Cash Flow – these are typically done in FRx Financial Reporting, please see our additional publications on FRx.
Microsoft Dynamics GP has the whole set of various reporting tools: FRx Financial Reporting, SQL Server Reporting Services, GP Report Writer, Crystal Reports, Microsoft Excel, Smart List.
There is almost no one who hasn't made a mistake - perhaps even a truly bad mistake - at one time or other. It feels bad enough when it is a mistake that affects you or your family directly. But what do you do as a competent virtual assistant, if you make a really bad mistake?
Explained, at a high-level, are a few of the emerging carbon emissions reporting protocols. There are dozens CO2 reporting requirements under development Worldwide. As of early 2009, The Climate Registry's reporting protocol is leading the way in the United States. The EPA, ISO 14064, and World Resources Institute also have documented carbon emissions reporting protocols worth reviewing.
Microsoft Dynamics GP has all the advantages of reporting tools, available for Microsoft Windows in General (Crystal Reports writer is good example of industry reporting tool), .Net platform (here we would like to mention SRS or MS SQL Server Reporting Services), and application specific and recommended tools: FRx for financial reports and GP ReportWriter for integrated reports.
The strengths of Reporting & Analytic tools are in their ease of use, flexibility and ability to provide a unified view of information. Visibility's solutions approach is a combination of Microsoft®-based Reporting & Analytic tools such as Excel, SQL Server®, Microsoft Reporting Services and Visibility's Web-based report designer and distribution engine built on Microsoft .NET.
If you have Great Plains Dynamics GP implemented in your organization, you should be aware about GP Reporting tools: RW, Crystal Reports, FRx financial reporting, SSRS or Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services
Microsoft Great Plains has multiple reporting options: Report Writer, Crystal Reports, SQL Server Reporting services, but the most popular tool for financial reporting is still (and remains) FRx.
Microsoft Dynamics GP reporting is essential part of GP implementation and post production ERP support. As for typical mid-size MRP application, you should expect multiple reporting tools, especially if you think about reports genre: financial reporting, business processes specific reports, etc.
Former Great Plains Software Dynamics and eEnterprise with the following versions: 7.0, 6.0, 5.5, 5.0, 4.0 and earlier, as well as current Microsoft Dynamics GP versions 10.0, 9.0, 8.0, 7.5 – this ERP, MRP and Accounting application has perfect Financial reporting tool – FRx financial reporting
Microsoft Dynamics GP reporting tools include FRx, SSRS, ReportWriter, Analytical Reporting, plus third party tools, such as Crystal Reports, Excel, Microsoft Access. If you need training on creating and maintaining Balance Sheet, Profit and Loss Statement, please review FRx user guide or our articles on the subject.
Non-Profits can be their own worst enemy when it comes to reporting. This article explains the 3 most time consuming mistakes that Non-Profits make in doing reporting and the resulting consequences.
Using a reporting tool is paramount to the success of any management team. A good reporting tool delivers information in such a way that value is created through better understanding of the information. When management is able to understand information better it allows them to produce a thorough and informative management report which lower level managers receive. For instance, let’s take a look at the financial reporting process and explore how top level management passes this information on, in the form of a management report, to managers at the operational level.
Microsoft Great Plains has long tradition to deploy Crystal Reports, where it’s embedded reporting tool ReportWriter does not provide required reporting flexibility, especially for high quality reports with graphical elements, such as logos, advanced fonts, plus where you need advanced reporting logic