- Tapa blanda: 268 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (26 de marzo de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1849689067
- ISBN-13: 978-1849689069
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Building Dashboards with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Excel 2013 (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 26 mar 2013
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Follow real-life, step-by-step examples that provide the building blocks to build engaging dashboards. This practical guide is all about doing. Get your data, open up Excel, and go! You don't need to be an expert to get the most out of your Dynamics GP implementation and build great-looking, easily maintained dashboards using Microsoft Excel. If you have a working knowledge of Dynamics and Excel you'll be producing amazing dashboards in hours not days.
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Mark Polino is a Microsoft MVP for Dynamics GP, a Certified Public Accountant, and a Microsoft Certified Business Management Solutions Professional. He is the author of the premier Dynamics GP related blog, DynamicAccounting.net, and the creator and presenter of the successful series Getting More Out of Microsoft Dynamics GP: 50 Tips in 50 minutes. Mark has worked with Dynamics GP and its predecessor, Great Plains, for more than 10 years. He works as a Principal Consultant with I.B.I.S., Inc. and spends his days helping clients implement Microsoft Dynamics GP.
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In fact, writing reports in Report Writer or similar tools is not longer the best way to go, since you can not easily export and analyze the information in those static reports. The way to go is to use Excel to all your reporting needs. With this book any user can learn how to connect to the Database and build from simple tabular reports to complex dashboards. The beauty in all these is that you can refresh the data in seconds, getting real time information every time. (and of course, you can print it if you need to!)
I would recommend buying this book first, and once you are familiar using Basic Excel to produce reports, then you buy a PowerPivot book that will extend your knowledge and power to unprecedented places.
The future in reporting: Excel and PowerPivot.
By the way, this book will help any ERP user, from SAP to Oracle. It is not only for the Dynamics GP user.
Now Mark's written a book about the same topic so you can read, and apply the tricks at your own pace. If you work with Dynamics GP you need this book.
To make full use of the book, you need to practice as you read the book. I was initially just reading the book - but once I started practicing, the power of excel with GP started hitting home. I actually practiced the examples in this book using Excel 2010. So you can still benefit from the excellent examples in the book even if you haven't moved to Excel 2013. In fact looking at some of the new features highlighted in the book - I recently updated to Excel 2013.
Mark is a best selling author in the Microsoft Dynamics world - and his writing never gets boring. He doesn't expect the readers to know everything, and takes you to the journey to create highly usable excel dashboards.
This is a great step by step guide for a tool that almost everyone owns and uses, "Excel."
I'm excited to have this book in my library. Pivot Tables are such a powerful tool, and this book guides readers through steps that are both easy to understand and duplicate. With the focus being on Excel 2013, this is a great tool for any Excel user.
As I started writing this review, I made notes of my favorite topics and found too many to list here so I just grabbed my top 5:
*Manual vs. Automatic Refresh
This is a Great Excel Resource!