Many accounting and finance professionals use Tally ERP for data entry and reporting. If a business adds analytics to the Tally ERP environment, it can provide user-friendly augmented analytics that will optimize resources, increase productivity and add value to the business and the user by offering insight into the mountain of data contained within the Tally solution modules.
This article discusses four (4) examples of insight gleaned from adding built-in reporting and augmented analytics to the business accounting and finance software solution.
Banking and Cash Management
This report allows users to search for and understand trends and patterns in banking and cashflow. Business users can search for a particular time period and compare that time period to comparable historical periods. Identifying trends and patterns in cashflow and banking can provide valuable information and alert the business to issues that may affect the ability to apply for funding, the capacity of the business to make investments, fund new projects, etc.
Sales and Purchasing
Business users can explore sales to date, and examine monthly, quarterly and yearly trends and key performance indicators (KPIs). The business can analyze sales, identify top customers and detail sales registers. These trends can help sales managers identify top sales staff and techniques, where to market and which customers to target. Purchasing managers can identify trends and anticipate the need for supplies to satisfy demand.
Payables and Receivables
Accountants routinely use payables and receivables to highlight business issues. With built-in reports to analyze payables and receivables, accountants can take analysis to the next level, break down payables and receivables by creditors and debtors, by product, by service and/or components and look for trends for overdue collections, invoicing issues, potential customer or client defaults based on previous payment history, etc.
Inventory management is crucial to business success. Carrying and warehousing an overage of inventory costs money. Running short on inventory of supplies or products costs the business in prospective sales. Built-in reports for Inventory Management allow business users to analyze inventory to identity current shortages or overages and to use trends to anticipate where future issues may arise. Users can explore overstock and understock to look for wholesale opportunities or identity targets for product discounts to move inventory, and they can explore issues and opportunities for products, shipping and distribution.
In this article, we explored four of the many benefits and features the business will enjoy by adding integrated augmented analytics and built-in reporting for business and professional use.
These are just a few of the reasons for integrating augmented analytics with Tally ERP. If you want to get more value out of your Tally ERP solution and optimize your resources and professional efforts, Contact Us for more information on SmartenApps For Tally. For more information about integrating Augmented Analytics with Tally ERP, visit our Blog.
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