Excel and Spreadsheet Design Tips for Better Reporting with Microsoft Dynamics

Every organization needs modern, impactful financial reporting to analyze and manage company data in smarter ways in order to remain competitive in their industry. Microsoft Excel is arguably the most trusted spreadsheet application that is around today. More specifically, most of us have been using Excel since at least college. Given how familiar with Excel most are, it might be surprising to you that a lot of people design spreadsheets without planning.  This translates to poor infrastructure and room for error.  This article will zoom in on planning and designing smarter with Excel-powered financial reporting processes, so you are able to more efficiently utilize your reporting tool to better analyze and manage company data using Microsoft Dynamics. 


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About Matt Felzke

Matt Felzke is the Communications and Event Marketing Manager for Solver, Inc., based in Los Angeles, CA. Solver is the leading provider of complete Business Intelligence (BI) solutions for today's mid-market enterprise and the company is at the forefront of BI technology for cloud and on-premise ERPs. Solver's BI360 solution is a powerful and intuitive suite of modules for reporting, consolidations, budgeting, dashboards and data warehousing.

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