Analytics Resource Center
As a finance or accounting professional, you need to make quick and informed decisions. However, so often the reports available to you are static or difficult to understand.
If you need better visibility into your data and no longer wish to rely on others to build or modify reports, we have all the resources for you.
How We're Helping
At insightsoftware, we want to help you master your data and become an analytics leader. This means empowering you to gain easy access to your ERP data to effortlessly create analytics dashboards that tell a compelling story. With pre-built report templates, insightsoftware allows you to run reports in seconds, create ad hoc inquiries, reports and dashboards without IT help, and drill from summary to balances, journals, and sub-ledgers in real-time.
The Future of Analytics in the Finance Function
FSN’s “Future of Analytics in the Finance Function” Survey 2020 provides fascinating insight into the technology, people, and process challenges of providing a dependable platform for insight and decision-making.
Analytics is a core competency of the finance function, yet this research finds that 86% of all finance functions admit it delivers very little insight. Furthermore, only a third of finance functions say they spend the right amount of time on analytics.
Watch this webinar to learn:
- How most companies are using analytics across the four key financial processes (quote to cash (Q2C), purchase to pay (P2P), record to report (R2R), and budgeting, planning and forecasting (BPF)).
- The importance for CFOs to recognize the value hidden in transactional systems and elevate them to information systems integrated with CPM, planning, budgeting, and forecasting.
- Why companies need a holistic information strategy to succeed and thrive.
- How companies can deal with the decline in their data mastery and the rise in technology constraints.
Resources to Help
Connecting the Data: Defining a Single Source of Truth in Reporting and Why it Matters
There’s no doubt that technology and the data it produces are key drivers to propel a business forward and sustain growth. Data are produced and collected everywhere. But if data are not properly managed, organizations can end up rich in data, but poor in information to drive the business forward. Businesses can avoid that complication by defining a single source of truth and creating a centralized data model. This results in consistent decisions based on consistent definitions.
Download this ebook to learn more about:
- Single source of truth versus single version of truth, and why you need both
- How to overcome obstacles to implementing a single source of truth for Reporting and Business Intelligence
- Seven simple steps to building your single source of truth