Posted On: November 18, 2013
5 Things You Will Love About JD Edwards One View Reporting
Discover Five ways JD Edwards One View reporting improves the reporting process
and enhances real-time decision-making.
JD Edwards One View Reporting enables end users to create and run their personalized reports directly from JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.1 interactive applications. Allowing companies to reduce IT support spend, fast-track period end close cycles and make informed business decisions, One View Reporting provides an intuitive, easy-to-use method for users to access data and produce accurate, elegant reports.
1. Pre-Built Templates Fast-Track Record Development
Business users can create real-time reports easily thanks to intuitive wizards and drag-and-drop facilities available in One View. IT skills – coding, knowledge of the schema, and the like – are no longer a requirement. Users can design reports on top of predefined templates, which provide necessary logos, report headers, and disclosure verbiage automatically. Custom reports can be created within minutes and easily shared between users and departments. Moreover, field-level security means that one report can be used across several levels of data access authorization, with the report simply not displaying sensitive fields to unauthorized parties.
2. Flexible Output Formats
One View provides for reports delivery in different output types in addition to the live, on-screen display. Deliver reports to external parties in PDF, directly populate PowerPoint presentations with report data, or put the output straight into Word – all the options are available at report launch to make data delivery flexible, quick and easy.
3. Live Data Queries
Query filters are simple and powerful, precisely defining the required information to be viewed. The reports themselves are active, allowing point-and-click drilldown into areas of interest. The user is able to focus on the requested information without unnecessary clutter. The ability to drilldown to the area of interest with a single query keeps report definitions simple and streamlined.
4. Dashboard Customization
One View users can create Watchlists, which enables them to set alerts from their dashboard, notifying them to stalled business processes, critical incidents, backorders, etc. Users define the criteria for the alerts, then, One View displays their Watchlist as part of their dashboard, enabling user-defined real-time exception management. The Watchlist is also dynamic, with point-and-click drilldown into the report behind the alert.
The “Carousel” is another notable enhancement that features a set of tabs or icons at the bottom of the dashboard that contains the most commonly executed reports and functions for that user. This facilitates quick access to screens needed multiple times within the business day in 1 or 2 clicks. The carousel enhances the user’s experience by providing rapid access to key areas of information.
5. Real-time and Mobile Support
One View is directly connected to EnterpriseOne transaction files and provides a dashboard-like interface into the business applications. Any device that can access EnterpriseOne, can access One View and all its live, dynamic reports. Users can monitor their business processes from mobile devices, i.e. tablets, from wherever remote access is available.
From project costing to financials to supply chain management, One View reporting helps businesses enhance real-time decision-making, gain better visibility and insight into where critical exceptions are occurring in your business, decrease the cost of reporting and speed close cycles. Talk to a Syntax specialist to find out how One View Reporting can help you achieve real business value quickly.
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