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Warehouse and operations managers will be able to monitor the key inbound, outbound and inventory metrics; and analyse warehouse performance in the past, present, and future.
Warehousing Power BI reports
With Warehousing Power BI reports, the warehouse and supply chain manager will be able to easily take advantage of the rich visualisation and dashboard capabilities to analyse warehouse performance in the past, present, and future.
Warehouse and operations managers will be able to monitor the key inbound, outbound, and inventory metrics. This feature will use product and other transactional data from Dynamics 365 for Operations to provide both an aggregate view of the warehouse performance and a breakdown for customers, vendors, product groups, and product sites and warehouses.
Vendor payment analysis Power BI
Vendor payment analysis Power BI reports will provide visibility into your open invoices and posted vendor payments, enabling better decisions in your account payable processes. You will be able to analyse overdue invoices, upcoming invoices that are due in the future, as well as your discount history.
Cash flow forecasting Power BI
Cash flow forecasting Power BI content pack provides visibility into your cash flow and provides forecasts that will enable better decisions leading to healthy cash flow. Cash flow can be analysed by legal entity, financial dimension, currency, and bank account to get a better understanding of surpluses and short falls.
Cash flow analysis Power BI
Managing the cash flow effectively is a key function of the finance division in your organisation. Cash flow analysis Power BI reports will provide visibility into your cash flow.
You will be able to analyse your future cash inflow and outflows with the cash flow calendar. This means that you can analyse cash inflows from expected payments from your customers. Overall, you can get a temporal view of gaps and address them proactively.
The system will be able to forecast the expected cash flows by analysing previous payment and receivable patterns. This means you can easily find receivables that are likely to get delayed and add a strain on your cash flow, which means that you can take proactive actions either by following up on receivables or deferring payments accordingly.
You will be able to analyse cash at hand in all your bank accounts by currency and by legal entity. Analyse bank balances and the contributions by dimensions such as product, location, and business unit, and ensure that your mix of cash and other liquid assets are optimum.