Business Intelligence & Reporting

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Business intelligence

You have the intelligence to predict trends, uncover insights, and operate at continual peak performance. You just might not know it yet.

The business analytics, intelligence, and reporting features you get from Microsoft Dynamics aren't just for companies with more market share, they're for you—no matter what type of business you run. More importantly, they're for your people—connecting them with each other and to the exact information they need to be most effective.

Simply put, you get to see more clearly into how your company is performing. You'll have a wealth of business intelligence—presented through insightful, easy-to-act-upon dashboards and reports—and you'll be equipped to outperform your competition.

Business intelligence turns information into action through data gathering, analysis, monitoring, and forecasting to identify opportunities, minimize risk, and improve management insight.


Know what's coming, not merely what's happened

When you can see, in real time, into what's going on in the workplace, and when you have the details Microsoft Dynamics provides, you'll not only be able to recognize your opportunities, but you'll also be able to capitalize on them.

  • Identify where sales are headed and how inventory stacks up.
  • Help predict trends and avoid pitfalls.
  • Know how profits are projecting, and be ready to react.
  • Determine when to add products or services.


Put information in the hands of the people who use it

The role-tailored, personalized dashboards are designed specifically for individual jobs, so people get the information most relevant to them. Simply stated, we put the data that they need at their fingertips—literally—sending insights and information to the devices that they use every day, helping them to make smarter decisions faster.


Be nimble and stable

Give your people easy-to-use tools that turn insight into action. Drive growth without the complexities or additional people that growth usually requires. And, in the end, it allows your company to be steadfast against industry downturns and to be flexible when opportunities arise.