If your business is currently using Tally ERP, your business users are familiar with the features and the data structure of the module they use, whether they are an accounting professional, managing inventory, reviewing sales or preparing statutory financial reports. Your management team may be considering adding analytics to your organization in order to democratize data and to improve fact-based decision making. If the organization decides to add analytics to the Tally ERP environment, it will have the best of both worlds.
Gartner states that, ‘90% the world’s top 500 companies will have converged analytics governance into broader data and analytics governance initiatives.’ There are many reasons a business leader will converge analytics and other initiatives. One of these reasons is that the integration of analytics into other work processes and activities ensures successful deployment of analytics throughout the enterprise.
‘By adding analytics to the Tally ERP environment, the enterprise can improve organizational agility, increase the value of existing team member knowledge and experience and avoid creating data silos that will inhibit user adoption.’
In this article, we take a look at why it is wise to integrate your Tally ERP solution with integrated analytics and how it can benefit your enterprise.
When you integrate augmented analytics with the familiar Tally ERP solution, users can leverage their favorite application to prepare and perform analytics. There is no need to frustrate users with data silos and new applications that are complex and difficult to use. Using out-of-the-box analytics with sophisticated functionality in an easy-to-use environment, users can analyze and report on sales, purchasing, bank, cash, payables, receivables, inventory, taxes, cost centers, ledgers and account statements.
Financial, accounting and other professionals can add more value to the organization, to business units, to clients and to colleagues by performing analytics across modules, leveraging pre-built reports and gaining insight into data. Your finance-related teams will be welcomed as crucial team members and can provide clarity and help the organization use the data contained within the Tally ERP solution to understand issues and opportunities and identify trends.
No Advanced Skills Required
Using domain, topic and career experience, your finance-related team members can prepare, analyze and understand data and information without the assistance of IT team members or data scientists. This allows the organization to democratize data and improve data literacy and takes the professional business users beyond data entry and into the realm of analytics without asking them to learn new technology skills.
By adding analytics to the Tally ERP environment, the enterprise can improve organizational agility, increase the value of existing team member knowledge and experience and avoid creating data silos that will inhibit user adoption.
‘Your management team may be considering adding analytics to your organization in order to democratize data and to improve fact-based decision-making.’
Find out how the addition of SmartenApps For Tally will support analytical initiatives and provide benefits to your users and your enterprise. Users can Download And Register for SmartenApps for Tally and use Tally data to analyze, explore and clarify and to provide insight to clients, colleagues, management and team members.
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