Is Your Reporting Software Really Self-Service?

The software as a service (SaaS) market is predicted to be worth more than $132 billion by 2020. Many organizations are turning to SaaS applications to streamline their processes.

The issue is that even though they are using SaaS applications, organizations are still having difficulties. In fact, a recent survey found that more than 80 percent of executives have had to change a part of their daily operations to match the way their software works. Yes, financial and distribution hurdles are overcome, but the more fundamental, end-user challenges such as reporting are not addressed.

Are Your Reporting Capabilities SaaS?

To determine if your reporting capabilities are truly SaaS, there are a few questions you can ask yourself.

  • Can you easily access your data?
  • Can you create a report by yourself, or does someone from IT need to develop a template for you?
  • Do you need to go to multiple locations to copy and paste data for the report?
  • Does your data easily convert to MS Excel?
  • Is your dashboard customizable?

If you answered no to one or more of these questions, chances are your reporting capabilities are not a SaaS application.

SaaS Reporting Options

There are a number of true SaaS reporting applications on the market, but none can really sync as efficiently and effectively with Microsoft Dynamics Reports as Atlas. Atlas is truly a self-service reporting software for everyone using Microsoft Dynamics.

Everyone in your organization requires different reports for different reasons. Why not have an application that allows everyone to create a report that enables them to do their job more effectively? Atlas for Microsoft Dynamics provides reporting and uploading capabilities to anyone in your organization. This allows everyone to research data and create their own sophisticated reports that meet their own particular needs, without sacrificing security.

Trickle Down Effect

The fact is, if you are looking for exceptional reporting capabilities, you should consider Atlas for Microsoft Dynamics Reports. It links everyone within the organization to the same data and gives customizable reporting options, enabling your organization to experience increased productivity and effectiveness across the board. This ultimately will help foster a healthier bottom line.