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Sales & Customer Service BI Reporting
Sales by Item Summary Monthly
Sales History by Customer Summary
Sales Analysis Map
Profit Analysis (Profit Margin)
Gross Margin Vs Sales by Salesperson
Inventory Management Reports
Inventory by Location Report
In-Stock Lot Summary by Case
Purchasing & Planning Reports
Purchase History by Vendor
Purchases By Item
Vendor Item Statistics
Vessel Management & Fishing Reports
Vessel Status Report
BI reporting, or Business Intelligence reporting, is the process of collecting, analyzing, and leveraging data in a meaningful way to help businesses make informed decisions. BI reporting tools allow businesses to extract data from multiple sources, such as databases, spreadsheets, and web services, and present it in a way that makes it easy to understand and analyze.
BI reporting can help businesses make better decisions by providing them with real-time insights into their operations from multiple data sources. This can help businesses identify areas of improvement, reduce costs, and increase revenue. BI reporting also allows businesses to track key performance indicators (KPIs) and monitor progress towards goals, which can help improve efficiency and productivity.
There are many BI reporting tools available, including inecta BI, Tableau, Power BI, QlikView, and SAP BusinessObjects. Each tool has its own strengths and weaknesses, and businesses should choose a tool that meets their specific needs and business insights requirements.
To create a BI report, you first need to identify the data you want to analyze and the questions you want to answer. You then need to collect the data from various sources, such as databases, spreadsheets, and web services, and prepare it for analysis. Once the data is ready, you can use a BI reporting tool to create visualizations and reports that provide insights into the data.
Business intelligence reporting can be used in virtually any industry to help businesses make better decisions. For example, in healthcare, BI reporting can be used to analyze patient data and identify trends and patterns that can help improve patient outcomes. In retail, business intelligence reporting can be used to track sales trends and inventory levels, which can help businesses optimize their product offerings and improve profitability.