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Software making is not the same as using software. We like to keep ourselves in mind what role our software plays in the work of users. Read about the work our software does for customers.
Cases and case studies on business reporting
Cases and case studies on financial consolidation
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Examples and cases
The project approach
HB Software develops a first basic reporting set (income statement and balance sheet) and sets up the database. You will receive a three-day training in application management and form building, after which you and your colleagues can get to work themselves. HB Software will then take a step back and support you in creating and modifying your own sets.
Consolidation and forecasting of projects
A Dutch construction company entrusts its business processes to its ERP. However, forecasts are made in the region and the financial consolidation is done with Exsion Corporate. Exsion Corporate thus forms the financial reporting hub of the company: forecasts are evaluated every month and future profitability is closely monitored.
Consolidation of floating equipment
An internationally operating towage company uses Exsion Corporate to collect data on the business operations of ships sailing the world’s seas. Each month, the holding company knows the results of each individual ship and how it will develop in the future.
Consolidation of investments
An investment company has investments worldwide in mining and companies that produce raw materials. Local auditors compile the figures on a quarterly basis and submit reports that are consolidated using Exsion Corporate, which in turn generates overviews. The investment manager can perfectly monitor the performance of the operating company. The investment company can make the changes in reporting packages itself.
Consolidation and forecast
Consolidation in buy-and-build strategy
Exsion Corporate has been running smoothly and steadily for years, offering financial and management consolidation to 350 companies in Europe. The listed parent decides to make the largest acquisition in its history. In two months time 180 additional companies have to be consolidated and 150 additional users (automatically) have to provide the figures. The deadlines are met and after two months the figures of the new subsidiary are consolidated.
Consolidation continuing after split-off
Action and benefits
Consolidation in the blink of an eye
Time left for things that are really important
With Exsion Corporate you no longer have to chase after the numbers to get overviews complete. In the central database behind Exsion Corporate, all reports from the group are automatically read and consolidated. Cutting and pasting is therefore a thing of the past, so the data is correct all at once. Even your presentation form – like a beautiful digital book or a printvarian – is put together by Exsion for you. Now you can put your time into the things that really matter.
One solution for all reporting
Because all the data is already in the database
During import and consolidation, Exsion takes your work off your hands. Thanks to smart checks and validations, all data that is read at the source is correct. During consolidation, Exsion performs the calculations that are important for your reports. You can easily build the reports yourself, so you do not need a consultant for every change you want to make. Because of the flexibility of Exsion Corporate -Exsion actually fits on any digital source – many clients use the software for e.g. safety reports, liquidity forecasts and reports on your ecological footprint.
Examples and cases
The project approach
The power of Exsion Reporting is that you can quickly and easily create reports the way you want them. A list, a management report or a dashboard with KPIs and much more. Tailor made reports yourself, you don’t need to hire expensive consultants.
Quick and cheap audits
More and more companies are faced with more and changing regulations and more controls. Think for example of accountants and banks who want overviews, but also customers who want to know exactly which product was in which batch. And preferably as quickly as possible. In a manner of speaking, you don’t yet have an overview of the responsibility and the following has to be put on the table. With Exsion you can quickly edit reports and print them out at the push of a button. A client of ours said that his accountancy costs were reduced by 50% by using Exsion Reporting.
Easy to adjust accounts receivable overviews
Every company is working on liquidity. After all, you want to know if you can still pay all the bills. To do this, you obviously need to be able to quickly determine who your debtors are, in other words, which customers still have to pay. A debtors overview can be found in BC/NAV. In Exsion you can also create it quickly, with the big difference that you can quickly change it in Exsion itself. Adding, for example, a phone number in a separate column to be able to call customers is no problem. Do you want to start with those customers who are most late in paying? No problem. Set another filter and the list is right in front of you.
Weeks overview of sales in the trade sector
International trading companies want to know what margins they make on their articles. This often seems simple, but is difficult in practice. Articles can be composed, or available in different variants. Suppliers have their contractual terms and conditions, customers too, and often they have negotiated discounts in increments as well. To be able to determine the margin of an article, Business Central/NAV must be well organised. With Exsion you can, for example, easily determine the top ten articles on which the most margin is made, or which have the highest turnover rate.
Overview of construction projects
Construction companies live off the construction projects they carry out. Purchase of equipment, hiring workers, the hours made by their own people, these are all cost items. Margins in construction are low, so you want to know every moment of the day whether there is sufficient margin, or whether you need to make adjustments. The advantage of Exsion is that you can easily get data from Business Central/NAV, but you can also calculate forecasts in Excel. By now, dozens of construction companies are working with Exsion.