Industry-specific BI and reporting solution aims to drive down costs and increase time-to-value for professional services firms using Microsoft Dynamics AX
Seattle, WA – April 6, 2015
SAGlobal, the leading global provider of Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP solutions and services for project-driven businesses, today announced that they have officially released their ProjAX-BI (now known as Projects+ BI) solution for Microsoft Dynamics AX. ProjAX-BI (now known as Projects+ BI) is an industry-specific business intelligence and reporting solution designed to meet the unique needs of project-based services organizations. ProjAX-BI (now known as Projects+ BI) is available immediately on a global basis, and will be available exclusively through SAGlobal’s worldwide offices.
Series of extensions to Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 that enhance the standard functionality to provide best-in-class ERP capabilities for project-driven organizations.
The Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Service Industries solution is an industry-leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system that helps professional services organizations manage their finances, projects, clients, and resources all within a single, easy-to-use business management system.
For professional services organizations whose billing and revenue recognition processes are contingent on getting time sheets submitted and approved in a timely manner, managing time sheet related processes can have a direct impact on your billing cycle and cash flow.
The services revenue forecasting process is an important financial management practice for all professional services firms.
These revenue forecasts help provide a critical input to hiring and manpower decisions and other investments that your firm may be considering. Unfortunately, building accurate forecasts is something that most firms have found to be a constant struggle.
Anyone that flies with any frequency will likely have looked to the left when entering a plane and seen the captain and co-pilot working their way through a pre-flight routine checklist. Builders, doctors, and many others have built and now follow checklists as well. This certainly wasn’t always the case though. These checklists were only put in place following tragedy, and even then they needed to get past a lot of professional egos to get established.
While, most professional services businesses are not dealing with life and death, the use of checklists and repeatable processes will contribute greatly toward increased project success rates.