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How do you experience our PowerPivot reports?

Written by Michiel Dorjee on . Posted in Exact Globe

In one of my previous blog posts I reported that we have chosen PowerPivot, a free add-on for Microsoft Excel 2010, to offer you free reports to keep track on your day-to-day business progress. PowerPivot is not available as a free add-on for MS Excel 2013. In that version it is only available in the licence Office Professional Plus.

In the last period of 2013 we have created views on important tables in Exact Globe Next. Based on these views we have built Manufacturing, Purchase, Revenue and Stock reports.  You can easily customize the reports, for instance to align them with your own needs, or build completely new ones.

As of product update 407 of Exact Globe Next, the latest commercial release, the views are automatically executed when the product update is installed. In document 25.623.801 (for customers, in Dutch) a lot of details can be found like installation instructions, setup database connection and reports.

If you already use PowerPivot reports or have built your own based on Exact Globe Next views, I am very curious on your experience. Would you please be so kind to share your experience with us by leaving your reply in the comment box below this article? It is highly appreciated.

PGP encryption on bank files is now supported in EGN (Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Chinese legislations)

Written by Elaine Chai on . Posted in Exact Globe

Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is a popular program used to encrypt and decrypt e-mail over the Internet. It can also be used to send an encrypted digital signature that lets the receiver verify the sender’s identity and know that the message was not changed throughout the submission.

As of Product Update 407 in Exact Globe Next, PGP was the chosen method to start with the bank file export. It is able to automatically encrypt the bank file during export. Encrypted bank file can then be submitted electronically to the bank for decryption. To enable this feature, user needs to contact their respective banks to ensure the same PGP method is used. For more information on this functionality, please click here.