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Thinking about building statistics for e.g to see the Orderintake and Invoicing for customers, so I was thinking to build something on the Account form. The requirment is to see specific months x accumulated values and so on, they want to see the previous year also related to this year. And it should be easy to drill down into the data in deepth and find specific information.
With which tool would you say you should use to achieve this sort of stats requirments?
Or is Power BI the solution if the stats requirements get too complex?
I can provide an overview of what each of these does so that you can make an informed decision as per your organization requirement.
Dashboards: It allows to have a visual representation of your data through bar, pie chart, column, funnel. It allows the end user to interact with the chart to filter the data in their view and drilldown layer by layer into the underlying data.
Reports: Reports allow you to report on multiple record types at the same time, calculate data in a complex way, visualize data through charts, and format the output with various colors, fonts, and table.
Views: you can have complex queries set on the Advanced find and use them in the views. You can also export these into an excel file to drilldown.
PowerBI: It helps you to filter, visualize and compute data. You can include dashboards in the PowerBI.
I would recommend you to use PowerBi as it is a very easy tool to provide complex data.
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