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PrecisionPoint Releases BI Tool for Dynamics AX2012

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Business intelligence software maker PrecisionPoint Software has released a Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 enabled version of its software, designed to combine BI with granular financial and operational reporting. 

PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX also supports earlier versions of AX, so that any company planning an upgrade will be able to build their reporting system on the existing version and transition to AX2012.

The new offering was also designed to address the absence of specific standared AX reports which were discontinued from AX2009.

"We are excited to release our new version of PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX as the software solves the reporting challenge for users of Dynamics AX2012 and provides comprehensive business intelligence and reporting that delivers immediate value," said PrecisionPoint chief executive Michael Evans. "Quite simply, PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX provides a solution to the reporting problems AX2012 users are facing."

PrecisionPoint is releasing the new version of its software in three phases with the first phase comprising financials with cross ledger analysis available from October 2012. A new Advanced Inventory Analysis module for supply chain management is scheduled for release in November and the final release with full Financials Item Analysis for release in December 2012.  

 

PrecisionPoint  Releases BI Tool for Dynamics AX2012
Mahwah, N.J. October 8th 2012
Business intelligence software maker PrecisionPoint Software has released a Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 enabled version of its software, designed to combine BI with granular financial and operational reporting. 
PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX also supports earlier versions of AX, so that any company planning an upgrade will be able to build their reporting system on the existing version and transition to AX2012.
The new offering was also designed to address the absence of specific standared AX reports which were discontinued from AX2009.
"We are excited to release our new version of PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX as the software solves the reporting challenge for users of Dynamics AX2012 and provides comprehensive business intelligence and reporting that delivers immediate value," said PrecisionPoint chief executive Michael Evans. "Quite simply, PrecisionPoint for Dynamics AX provides a solution to the reporting problems AX2012 users are facing."
PrecisionPoint is releasing the new version of its software in three phases with the first phase comprising Financials with cross ledger analysis available from October 2012. The new Advanced Inventory Analysis module for supply chain management is scheduled for release in November and the final release with full Financials Item Analysis for release in December 2012.  
 

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