DART ERP reporting
 

Q. How does DART can work with multiple datasources?

A. DART can connect to any data source that supports ODBC connections. This includes SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, Sybase, Excel, Access and many other kinds of data source. DART lets you easily create reports that combine data from two or more different data sources.

Q. Which business system can DART work with?

A. Popular applications of DART include working with ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) systems and call centre systems, but DART can also be integrated into just about any business system that has a database or data warehouse, such as CRM (Customer Relations Management), HIS (Hospital Information System), and Hire Purchase. Data that is stored informally in the form of Excel workbooks or flat files may also be integrated into reports.

Q. What kind of business should DART be applied to?

A. DART has been implemented in both the public sector and private sector, in industries such as manufacturing, health care, finance and leasing. DART can be used by any business unit that needs to analyse its business data.

Q. How do end-users produce their analytic reports by themselves?

A. In just a few minutes, users can produce their report by following steps: In only 5 steps then you can produce your own report online! No specialist IT-skills are required.

Q. How are reports presented in DART?

A. DART lets users view reports directly in their browser or via MS Excel, which is useful if further calculations need to be carried out. Data can be presented in tabular format or in a number of chart formats, such as column, bar, pie, line, stacked etc. A typical report design lets the user first see a simple high-level summary of the data, from which they may drill down to view details of a particular group. Report designers can help viewers see anomalous data by highlighting it with a different colour or font.

Q. Can user create a fixed-form style report on DART?

A. Fixed-form (a centain section of report layout e.g. invoice, receive or any internal organisation unit forms) report can't be produced in DART directly because it's not a DART reporting concept. Anyway, DART can display the fixed-form report by allow user binding and upload the most powerful report designer tool, Crystal Reports, into DART's system. This will be benefit to users that have existing Crystal Reports templates (.rpt) and need to publish them via the internet without re-design.

Q. How can report designers manipulate their data?

A. Report designers can manipulate data in a variety of ways:
  • Regroup to create new groups not present in the source data, for example, to group percentage scores into grades A, B, C etc.
  • Group by period such as year, quarter, month, day, financial year etc.
  • Use formulae to calculate values from the data.
  • Compare values between groups, for example, percentage change for the current year compared with the previous year.

Q. How is DART accessed via the Internet?

A. DART is a fully web-based application; it can run on any web-browser, including on mobile devices. You can see your own business reports anytime/anywhere.
 


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