*Filters allow you to customize how data is displayed to you. There are several levels at which data can be filtered:
Did you know that you can report shrinkage and inventory adjustments in your general ledger based on the reason for the adjustment?
By now, most companies realize the importance of gathering data and consumer insight. It’s never been easier to pull in various forms of information, numbers and trends. Now the problem is, what do you do with all this precious data? How do you ensure it’s being interpreted correctly and that the right actions are undertaken based on the findings?
Did you know? You can use IIF Statements in BI to correct "infinity" and "NaN" errors, as well as to format data according to certain data conditions.
Assigning a new tax to certain product SKUs can be quick and easy. Do you have a new tax but only need it applied to certain products?
-- TracPoint integrates serialized barcodes for coupons into all digital marketing, including TracPoint Apps and Trac-Mail Email Marketing. --
Recent media reports about foot traffic and location tracking have stirred up interest from our customers around what type of metrics dealers can produce from their RQ data. Are traffic counters a good idea? What are the key metrics we see our dealers incorporating into their reports when it comes to traffic counting?
When using the Reconcile Vendor Rebates tool in RQ, make sure to use the search filters.
Windows XP is now over 12 years old. As of April 8, 2014, Microsoft has discontinued the support of Windows XP. The time has now come for us and our hardware and software partners, to invest our resources toward supporting more recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver great experiences for staff and customers.
When a filter is added to a data set, it becomes a default view for the report viewer. A filter is a set view, meaning the viewer will not have the opportunity to change this setting at the run of the report.
Worried about your employees receiving product on the wrong Purchase Order? Is this a training hurdle? Don’t worry. We have the solution!
Today we came across a startup called PiinPoint, which launches this week, whose software is designed to help companies plot out their next physical location.