White Paper: Jedox
From the use of obsolete data, wasting crucial time and much-needed capital to shedding your reliance on your IT department, there are several reasons why you must consider bringing in a change in your budgeting and forecasting process.
Maybe now is the time to stop relying on IT to fabricate financial planning and forecasting reports for you and being stalled by them for months, or it is the time to replace the antiquated business intelligence tools by a better self-service tool that propels your budgeting and forecasting approach and doesn’t hold your company back anymore.
This white paper was written for financial managers needing a better self-service tool for budgeting, planning and forecasting and those needing a spark to change current practices that are holding your company back. It imparts the useful information about how this modern financial planning software solution with advanced planning functionality has accelerated many renowned companies’ forecasting process, and the data consolidation and data preparation, availed by this budgeting tool, for them has definitely strengthened their revenue, margin and expenses model.
The most flexible Business Intelligence (BI) platform, QlikView, allows its users to gain valuable insights by understanding the fine line between the relevant data and the redundant data. It stimulates unrestricted analysis of application data, thus helping users make timely and accurate decisions. If you are already aware of the above mentioned BI platform, then here’s an investment solution that would add on to the values of your Qlik investment. This white paper reveals the concealed facet of the same BI tool that could be coherently integrated with an extension facilitating freedom and flexibility for everyone in the company, in terms of analyzing planning data. This QlikView white paper unfolds how you can enhance your Qlik system with data capture and write-back to the database as well as specific planning functionality such as easy top-down planning and driver-based bottom-up planning, unifying Business Intelligence (BI) with Corporate Performance Management (CPM).
The vast majority of companies start out by using QuickBooks as their first accounting product. Most of the organizations gradually implement various workarounds, as the pain points of relying on a tool designed for small businesses increases. A growing manufacturing company requires capabilities that go beyond entry-level accounting products augmented with add-ons. Here, the next logical step is an ERP solution. Moving your company to cloud-based ERP enables more efficient and effective business operations. This white paper provides insights on how you can leverage a cloud ERP to compete in today’s competitive environment and explore how a manufacturing business, like yours, deliver products to market more efficiently. It highlights: ERP—the next logical step after QuickBooks Advantages of cloud ERP over on-premise systems What it looks like when you move up to cloud ERP How to eliminate large upfront investment with cloud ERP
What is accounting ?
In financial transactions of business— the systematic recording, reporting, and analysis are termed as accounting. It is a system that is used to measure business activities, process information and help aid in making relevant business-related decisions. Usually, accounting is referred to as the ‘language of business’, hence the better the understanding of language— better are the decisions made. The basic accounting terms include terms like revenues, liabilities, assets, expenses, balance sheet
What is accounts payable ?
Accounts Payable involves the payments made to the supplier in a short period of time to avoid non-payment.We avail services such as electricity, the internet, and telephone for which we pay at the end of the month. It means that a customer is handed over the bill after a particular billing period. This turns out to be Accounts Payable.
What is Fintech ?
Fintech stands for Financial Technology which is better understood as providing financial services by making use of software and modern technology. It was initially applied to consumer trade— financial institutions. By the end of the first decade of 21st century the term applies to any technological innovation in the financial sector.