Intacct announced the launch of Performance Cards, new dashboard visualizations providing an at-a-glance view into performance trends.
The performance cards are built directly into Intacct’s financial management system, establishing them as the fastest business insights from any financial system, according to Vijay Ramakrishnan, senior director of product marketing. The performance cards, created using a wizard-driven interface, leverage Intacct’s dimensional general ledger to create a broad range of financial and operational insights and require no custom code development or additional software.
The performance cards are especially tailored to Intacct’s large mid-market client base, according to Ramakrishnan, seeking to efficiently manage complexity and adapt to change.
The performance cards’ range of business insights should reduce the administrative burden on the finance and technology teams of midmarket companies that are typically running fairly lean, he continued, with the cards’ system nativity enabling fast, real-time access.
Using dimensional filters, clients can also customize and contextualize their financial and operational insights.
“Our new Performance Cards deliver the fastest business insights from any mid-market financial management system,” stated Ramakrishnan. “And unlike other systems that require additional expensive software or complex customizations, which then need to be maintained, Intacct delivers these insights in an easy-to-build, maintenance free format right from within the core financial system.”
The Performance Cards are currently available in the latest release of the Intacct Financial Management System at no additional charge.
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