BI-Metrix BI solutions empower business users to create their own reports and views in Excel’s familiar spreadsheet environment. With user-friendly interfaces and drag-and-drop techniques business users can build any type of financial and non-financial reports while leveraging all of Excel’s formatting, graphing, charting and conditional formatting.
BI-Metrix interactive reports can be emailed, saved on the web and enable report consumers to select from predefined parameters to filter existing views. BI-Metrix is an interactive tool that delivers information and insights to users on demand, optimizing usability and adoption. BI-Metrix application supports both ad-hoc analysis reports and the creation of publishable structured business reports.
Benefits of BI-Metrix Reporting include:
Simple report creation
BI-Metrix enables business users to build ad-hoc analysis reports and publishable structured reports on the fly. BI-Metrix allows business users to quickly design, print or email a report at a moment’s notice.
Choice of reporting format
BI-Metrix free-form reporting does not impose visible pick list, buttons or layout borders allowing users to format reports any way they want for viewing and printing. Users can insert extra rows and columns that can contain calculated fields or data from external sources. Custom calculations and formatting will always be retained when the report is refreshed.
Monitor, analyze and drill to detail
The MAD framework represents the optimal way to design a BI environment to meet the analytical and reporting needs of all users. MAD stands for monitor, analyze, and drill to detail. The monitoring layer consists of graphical KPIs that enable business users to assess the status and trend of KPIs at a glance. If a KPI stoplight is yellow or red, they can drill down to the analysis layer to explore the KPI from multiple perspectives or dimensions.
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