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Comment on Compile your Excel Corporate Budget Data with this Macro! by How To Write an Excel Macro to significantly help your Corporate Budgeting Process - CALUMO

[…] resources are available? There are many resources available as I mentioned above but here is a link to a macro that you can use to collect data from many budget input sheets and which consolidates […]

Comment on A Great Plains Reporting Tool for Finance Professionals by Ralph Del Rio

reporting quarterly annually, current year vs. previous year by customer; by line item ; with % of sales for each customer…costs … % change…forecast growth with a %

Comment on CALUMO achieves #1 ranking in three key categories in the BARC BI Survey 2015 by Alister Cairns

It should be taking all the awards! The power of open architecture that Calumo sits on (Microsoft BI Stack) gives you a such a wealth of tools at the developers disposal. Only yesterday, I was amazed to see another quantum leap in the users experience at UNSW. A user requested to be able to drill from the GL right thru to seeing the image of an AP invoice...

Comment on EPIC FAIL – When Business Intelligence Tools Go Bad by Christine Steffensen

It’s really frustrating when you can’t have the results you wanted after investing so much money. Good thing Willow has discovered Calumo. 🙂

Comment on Is Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server alone good enough? by Warwick Leitch

Hi Veronika, What sort of flexibility are you looking for. CALUMO is flexible but rather than write pages guessing what you’re after, let me know and I can focus on that. Cheers, Warwick

Comment on Is Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server alone good enough? by Warwick Leitch

Hi Hugh, You’re correct about the picture and they name – my client is keen to remain anonymous. He is in the early stages of reviewing CALUMO and isn’t keen I use his real name. That said, this isn’t the first time we have come across an organisation like the one Harrison works at. Business users get frustrated at the complex tools on offer with...

Comment on Is Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server alone good enough? by Hugh Jorgen

Hmmmm, Harrison hey! Good name for a finance person…is that his real picture or also made up??? “Look, this is how much I’m going to be ripper off”

Comment on Is Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server alone good enough? by Veronika

I believe that CALUMO has designed as a system that can generate what you write, which are required by not IT users. But how flexible is it? Regards Veronika

Comment on Business Intelligence lessons from failed ERPS by Mike benstead

IMHO: The decision to implement an ERP system always comes from the Financial Control area, never the shop floor. Why? Because if you purchase a postage stamp the purchase appears on the balance sheet and P&L and the person reporting on postage stamps is the person approving software purchase. I have been around computers since 40 Mb HDDs were...

Comment on Budgeting in Excel makes me cry by Budgeting in Excel makes me cry | CALUMO Blog | Budgeting and Planning | Scoop.it

[…] I have worked with many organizations big and small and am always amazed that their number one Business Intelligence tool is Excel! It's used for so many things and one of the most painful things is Company Budgets.  […]

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