Acumatica Knows, Seeing is Believing

Posted on: September 24, 2015 | By: Craig Thompson | Acumatica

Seeing is believing, and no one proves that truer than Acumatica. Recently, Acumatica has harnessed the power of Microsoft’s Power BI in order to create a cloud ERP system with visuals that are out of this world.

What is Microsoft Power BI?

Power BI (business intelligence) is a unique tool that brings your data to life and allows you to explore your business information in new ways. Imagine asking, “Which territory had the highest amount of sales last week”, and receiving a collaborative larger than life visualization in return. Easily discover your opportunities and weaknesses with beautifully detailed canvases, graphs and charts.  

How does this system work with Acumatica?

Microsoft Power BI integrates easily with Acumatica with the new Acumatica Content Pack.  From there, the process is easy. Simply connect Power BI to your Acumatica data, craft your data stories with interactive reports and share this information with your team.

What does this mean for me?

With the integration of Acumatica and Power BI you can open up your business to a whole new level of opportunity. With outstanding visuals, you can allow your team the ability to see company strengths and weaknesses that were otherwise left unnoticed. You can let your data work for you and explore information in brand new ways. You can ask questions directly to your software and receive stunning visuals in return. Finally, you can have the power to see your KPI’s in ways personalized just for you.

Sometimes, visuals truly do speak louder than words. Acumatica gives you the ability to tell a story rather than just present cold, hard, facts. We’ll finish by giving you a quick look at some of these amazing displays:


For more questions regarding Acumatica cloud ERP, contact Logan Consulting, your Chicago based Acumatica partners. 


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