K2's Magic with Office Series - Part 9
Microsoft has created an alternative environment for creating user-interactive dashboards without Excel. The free Power BI Desktop application allows business professionals to create stunning dashboards using quick and easy drag-and-drop processes, similar to Power View, but without the need to invest in Excel 2013/2016. If you have an older version of Office, or have large data sets that require the additional memory space of a 64-bit application, Power BI Desktop is for you. It has more than twice the data visualizations available in Power View, connects to many more external data sources, includes all of the data connection and transformation capabilities of Power Query, and allows completed dashboards to be shared or published to PowerBI.com. Power BI Desktop opens a new era in data analysis and reporting. Don't miss this opportunity to see this amazing new reporting tool in action.
Adagio Accounting - Stepping Up from Sage 50 and QuickBooks
As businesses grow, their accounting and reporting needs change - in fact, they often discover that security, separation of duties and more complex reporting requirements make management in the accounting department more and more difficult.
Adagio is designed for a small to medium organization with a full-time accounting department - typically with two or three staff. Adagio is batch oriented and keyboard centric, allowing high transaction volumes to be processed without delay and with simple and rigorous controls. Its ERP and inventory management capabilities enable your organization to maximize profits on sales. Adagio’s financial reporter provides flexibility and ease of use, and removes the reporting limitations of QuickBooks and Sage 50.
Episode 7 of our 7 part series will introduce you to Adagio’s document storage solution – Adagio DocStore. Accounting departments are given the job of storing vendor and customer invoices and archiving them for tax authorities. We’ll demonstrate Adagio’s approach to this labor intensive task.
Upon completing this session, you will know how Adagio stores and manages Document images: