NAV Analytic Modules
Dimensions: Microsoft Dynamics - NAV® Dimensions allows you to attribute characteristics to the information you record and use in your daily work, giving you the power to ask searching questions about your business and act upon the answers.
Explore How Your Business Operates on Various Levels
Analyze by a combination of various dimensions: profit, cost centers, departments, regions, product lines, or any other reporting unit. Monitor how individual units (for example, a responsible department or region) are performing, and compare with other units (such as previous periods and budgeted amounts).
Develop Your Tools as Your Business Grows and Changes
Name dimensions in a way that reflects your company's reporting practices and the requirements of your employees. When you no longer require a particular dimension, simply block it from use. Structure values in a hierarchy that mirrors your existing reporting structures. Change dimensions (or add new ones) as often as you like without changing your accounting structure.
Base Important Decisions on Information You Can Trust
Set up rules to reflect company policy: for example, by excluding some salespeople from using certain customer-segment dimension values. Define default dimensions: for example, by specifying that a certain value must always be used for a particular account or account type.
Financial Management: Microsoft Dynamics - NAV® Financial Management frees you to focus on your business.
Tailor the Software to Your Specific Needs
Add fields, tables, and user-specific menus in a few minutes.
Set up business rules: for example, payment terms and discounts for individual customers and vendors. Handle the full range of legal requirements and currency issues inherent in international trade, including euro business.
Do More and Know More
Look further than account balances: drill down to details quickly and easily filter out irrelevant information. Work in a program that's easy to use because the graphical user interface is intuitive, and simple to remember because it's consistent. Use general ledger data to help drive your business with a range of pre-defined reports, or your own customized company-specific reports.
See Opportunities You Didn't Know Existed
Analyze by a variety of criteria, such as profit, cost centers, departments, regions, product lines, or any other reporting unit. Use a range of pre-defined reports or your own customized company-specific report. Present report results on the Web or distribute by e-mail, so managers and employees, network partners, and investors can stay informed about your company's activities.
XBRL: Extensible Business Reporting Language
XBRL uses accepted financial reporting standards and practices to export financial reports across all software and technologies, including the Internet.
Streamline Exchange of Financial Information
XML tags provide standards for electronic communication between completely different systems. Submit your figures for approval of a loan or for a credit check by exporting the required data using XBRL with its underlying XML-based tags to the credit institution or bank. File tax returns and other official reports electronically using the given authorities' XBRL template. Consolidate subsidiaries' financial reports.
Take Advantage of Common Standards and the Internet
Enter data only once and use it to create a printed financial statement, an HTML document for a Web site, a raw XML file, or a report in special format. Increase visibility for stakeholders and allow analysts to view and receive information. Put your company on the radar screens of potential investors.