Acterys 20.1 Is Here! Acterys 20.1 introduces revolutionary, new features for analytics and planning processes setting new standards for: Versatility Ease of Data Integration and Value For Money Watch the Launch Event here: Major New Features in Acterys 20.1 Virtual
In this article we cover how to automate the data load for Hubspot into a data warehouse optimized for analytics options with Power BI or designing dynamically updating reports in Excel. The approach that we are covering here is based
In this article we describe how to add and edit Microsoft Planner tasks in Power BI. The approach utilizes a PowerApps app that connects to the tasks available to the current user. It is freely available to paid Acterys subscribers.
The Xero accounting system is getting widely accepted in larger organisations with requirements to create consolidated financial statements for multiple Xero companies. In this article I would like to explain how you can completely automate the consolidation process and add analytics
Cost Saving and Process Efficiencies for Planning & Analytics Through Platform Unification For over 20 years the Acterys founders have been very closely involved in the evolution of performance management processes working with most major technologies. In this blog we
How to Implement Planning, Forecasting and Write back in Power BI Power BI is the leading analytics platform – with the right approach it can be turned into an extremely versatile and powerful platform for Planning, Forecasting and Write back.
End to End Performance Management in Power BI & Excel In 2019 we continued to execute on our vision end to end performance management for Power BI and Excel:
How To Do Planning In Power BI? Data entry, planning and Write-back are key aspects of the performance management process not covered out of the box in Power BI. Acterys as developed to address that by offering a comprehensive ecosystem
I have seen a lot of change in the Financial Planning & Analytics (FP&A) space over the last 20 year but one thing was constant: it’s not cheap. I just came back from a conference where I got first hand