We, at SAGlobal Serbia just wanted to take a moment to wish you all a Happy New Year. Many of us had taken off to spend time with family and to reflect on the past year.
The past year has been amazing and on this brightest day of the year, we wish for all of you to remain healthy and safe, and experience good days in your life.
Cashflow Forecasting Power BI
In any organization, managing the cash flow effectively is vital for the finance division to run smoothly. Cash Flow Forecasting Power BI helps you understand the cashflow that is coming up and know the currency required. This in turn gives you an estimated value of cash the company will need. To forecast the cash flow, you need to first identify the liquid funds of your company. Next, you need to list out the transactions that affect these liquid funds and accordingly set the behavior required for forecasting. Based on your settings, the inputs from various units will be taken to calculate the forecasts.
Microsoft’s July 2017 service update brings the arrival of Dynamics 365 on-premises, which offers new capabilities and licensing options for customers. The Dynamics 365 on-premise solution provide purpose-built applications for managing specific business functions, which include Dynamics 365 for Sales (On-Premises), Dynamics 365 for Customer Service (On-Premises), Dynamics 365 for Field Service (On-premises) and Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations (On-premises).
In this blog, we will look into actual Microsoft Power BI v/s budgeted Power BI content pack. You will be introduced to Power BI reports along with data models and data entities that make up the content.
You’ve got a lot of data on your customers, you collect volumes of it from every interaction with those customers, website visits, content searches, social interactions, communications, transactions and more. However, transforming those vast amounts of data into actionable intelligence remains complex.
Digital transformation cannot be thought of without technology being a part of it. The past few years have witnessed the emergence of technological platforms, tools and packages that have enabled business leaders to view their setup and strategies in a new light. If you are driving your organization towards digital transformation, then embracing technologies that support you to make the shift is imperative.
Digital transformation has taken over the world of business and it is now a necessity that you adopt it if you want to survive in today’s competitive market. Before you get into the process of digital transformation, you need to understand that it indeed is a process and not just a set of tasks with a certain deadline. Digital transformation has to happen at a cultural level which will then seep down to every facet of your business. It is innovation done in increments and not a big-bang-like transformation that will get over within a timeline.
Digital transformation is the buzz word doing its rounds in the present-day market. While many business leaders endorse it frequently, many organizations still struggle to understand, plan and implement the required steps. If you have heard of Digital Transformation and want to adopt it, you need to get your foundational knowledge about it right.
One of the essential aspects of running a business is keeping all the internal units well coordinated. Your throughput, deliveries and reputation are negatively affected when your system functions haphazardly. We, at SAGlobal, with several years of experience as Microsoft partners can safely recommend to you Microsoft Dynamics 365, a well thought through bundle of apps can be used to make all your internal operations go on hand-in-hand without exerting any extra efforts.
The pivotal factor that keeps any business going is customer satisfaction. Without this, all your strategies, resources and funding fail to create any profit for you. Being a thought leader in this arena, and a Gold Certified Microsoft partner, SAGlobal knows this for sure, since its success comes from its customers being highly satisfied.
Microsoft’s latest offering, Dynamics 365 is grabbing much attention for its comprehensive capabilities and flexible usage. The product is aimed at giving organizations a 360 degree view of internal operations and customer transactions.
With the looming introduction of Microsoft Dynamics 365 in autumn 2016, the technology world is now dissecting its potential effect.
For those, that are not aware, Dynamics 365 is the blend of Microsoft Dynamics CRM and the organization's ERP offerings into one available cloud package, streamlining and incorporating Microsoft's offerings for customers.
During the Worldwide Partner Conference held on July 11, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s key note on the company’s Digital Transformation mission sends a strong signal to all its partners that today’s opportunity is on Cloud. It is clear that Cloud is the driving factor for digital transformation across industries and businesses.