Banking Software - Analysis and Reporting

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Dedicated financial reporting allows users to report comprehensively and incisively

  • Run a wide variety of financial reports, including audit lists, selective transactions, bank reconciliations and more
  • Leverage the power of Microsoft SQL Analysis and Reporting services to report comprehensively and incisively
  • Analyse historical, budget or forecast data and configure dimensions for any data
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Comprehensive Standard Reports

Comprehensive standards reports can be run for specific periods or transactions and include:

  • List of bank cash book balances in local and foreign currency
  • Audit lists
  • Selective transactions
  • Bank information
  • Bank reconciliation

Reports are easy to preview on screen to modify before printing.

The Banking module includes the De Facto® Vistas as a powerful and easy way to select, sort and display data from multiple tables.

Banking module reporting is also available from the De Facto Business intelligence module. This utilises the power of SQL Server analysis and reporting services to produce reports from both the database and Online Analytical Processing cubes. The Banking and Financial OLAP cubes provide instant analysis based on a multi-dimensional model, to provide instant answers.

Reports can be on demand or automatically distributed based on pre-determined schedules or triggered via the database to be run as alerts when required.
Reports can analyse historical as well as a variety of budget and forecast data, dimensions can be configured for any data. All data can also easily be accessed via Microsoft Office directly, or exported to Microsoft Office from within De Facto Vistas or BI reports.

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