ERP reporting with BI Book

ERP systems are used in the planning and management of daily business. A functional ERP tool can effectively monitor business at the top level but also the personnel level. In other words, you can track actual workloads, utilization rates and plan for future resource needs.

Using BI Book as an ERP tracking tool allows you to effectively visualize ERP system data, locate bottlenecks, and track progress and successes.

ERP reporting

Connect your ERP system effortlessly with Power BI

BI Book provides an easy and cost-effective way to integrate an ERP system with dynamic BI reporting. BI Book retrieves reportable data from the ERP system and presents it automatically with visual dashboards. In addition to the ERP data, many ERP systems also offer opportunities for financial reporting. With BI Book, you can efficiently implement both ERP reporting and financial reporting with the data provided by ERP systems. Read more about the benefits of BI Book for financial reporting.

BI Book provides its users an efficient way to automate ERP reporting. Instead of collecting numbers and transferring them to Excel, you get dynamic reports whit pre-visualized data. In BI Book, all reports and the graphs they contain can be easily edited as desired. You can edit BI reports in BI Book on any smart device. Instead of creating ERP reporting, you can focus on analyzing ready-made reports and developing your business. The in-depth ERP reporting enabled by BI Book makes it much easier to manage your business and predict future actions.

Combine data from all the systems you use

You can combine BI Book with numerous target systems. It allows you to combine the reporting of all the systems you use into a single presentation portal and view, for example, ERP data along with HR reporting or financial reporting.

Develop your business by drilling deeper into ERP reporting figures

BI Book reports allow easy drilling behind ERP reporting figures, providing depth to the data. For example, it's easy to filter views by cost center, product line, month, and city. In this way, you can view both aggregated and detailed figures from the same ERP report.

BI Book makes it easy to manage and share reports

Traditionally, ERP reporting has been handled with Excel. One of the challenges of ERP reporting with Excel is that the data to be reported may be in different Excels and with different people. Excel also does not allow ERP reporting in a very visual way.

BI Book combines ERP reporting into a single portal, making it easy to create and share reports. BI Book facilitates the sharing and management of ERP reports with different user rights. You can find ERP reports directly in BI Book, so those who view them do not need to obtain user licenses for the ERP systems themselves. In BI Book, you can also manage which part of your ERP reporting each sees and whether they can edit those reports or only view them.

ERP reporting with BI Book is automatically updated every day with the most up-to-date data from different systems. As a result, ERP reporting is always up-to-date, and the latest version of the reports is available to all users. Learn more about how BI Book enables real-time reporting.

BI Book makes it easy to distribute reports to different levels of your organization. You can create reports at different levels, for example, for management, the board, and supervisors on different teams. With BI Book, you can easily customize, edit, and improve all reports in your organization with just a few clicks.

Why integrate ERP reporting with BI Book?
  • BI Book automates ERP reporting.
  • BI Book presents ERP reporting data with visual dashboards - use ready-made reports or customize them as you like.
  • Up-to-date reports are always available to you. The data in the reports is automatically updated once a night, but it is also possible to update the reports on your own at any time.
  • You can use ready-made report templates created by experienced reporting professionals.
  • You can conveniently limit the visibility of your reports with different user rights - share viewing and editing rights for different users and groups.
  • You save time and have more time to invest in development and management instead of collecting data.