Finance Dashboards

Finance Dashboards

The finance department is one of the most important areas of your business. Organizing and reporting the financial affairs of your organization is a time-intensive task, so it stands to reason that automated reporting tools should be in place to reduce busy-work. Dundas Dashboard connects directly to your financial database, Excel spreadsheets, and CRM, aggregating data and performing calculations automatically to provide access to the latest information without the need to manually generate reports. This frees up your finance team to focus on the things that are really important to your business.

Dashboard Solutions

Sales Performance

A dashboard can track sales pipelines and perform automatic calculations to generate accurate monthly forecasts based on custom rules that you define. Dundas Dashboard is a central web portal that provides updated information to your entire management team, so they can log in at any time to check the latest sales performance. Dundas Dashboard can also send emails on a pre-determined schedule so your executive team can see the latest sales data at regular intervals without having to log in.

Fiscal Reporting

Spice up your fiscal reports by delivering them as interactive dashboards. Instead of presenting your executives with a flat set of financial charts, provide them with access to a centralized, web-based data portal where they can choose which business metrics they want to view. Set up your dashboards to link directly into your reporting system, and provide access to powerful analytics with our integrated, easy to use OLAP client.

Risk Analysis

A dashboard can help with understanding and analyzing risk – whether from financial markets, credit markets, or general operations. Our data visualization technology and expertise can help you analyze and predict outcomes using stress testing and What-If computational models to make sure you’re well prepared for what the future holds.

Visualize Such KPIs As:

  • Cost of Goods Sold
  • Debt-Equity Ratio
  • Liquidity (Current Ratio / Quick Ratio)
  • Return on Equity
  • Working Capital