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XL Connect Cloud Edition: Epicor Cloud ERP Data Comes to the Desktop

Posted by Floyd Stanley |
August 13, 2015

Thousands of users worldwide have come to expect boardroom-quality, rock-solid reports from Epicor XL Connect. And now, you can bring all of your Epicor Cloud ERP data analysis and reporting to the desktop – in Microsoft Excel – with Epicor XL Connect Cloud Edition, powered by BizNet Software.
You don’t have to manually export and import to work with Epicor Cloud ERP data in Excel. XL Connect Cloud Edition does it for you ... which means you can quickly and confidently answer business questions.
Pre-built connectors to every available module are just a click away in the XL Connect Query builder, and combined with innovative SuperFunctions, the result is orders of magnitude more powerful than a conventional data dump.  Any value from every column is available from the drop-downs to create a combination of filters, with data aggregated using one of several operators.
XL Connect Cloud Edition is a true Excel desktop application … no need for data warehouses or replication servers and the IT involvement they entail. You’ll be up and running in less than an hour – and productive immediately afterwards.

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Export-Import; Cut-And-Paste to Excel? Finally, You Can Cut It Out

Posted by Floyd Stanley |
August 13, 2015

Almost everyone exports and imports data to Microsoft Excel; or worse yet, copies and pastes. 

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Topics: Analytics, BizNet Software, Biz|Blog~, Business Reporting, Cloud Computing, Excel business reporting, Microsoft Excel

BizNet Broadcast 2.2.2 - New Features and Enhancements

Posted by Art Simmons |
August 12, 2015

Are you aware of all the new features of BizNet Broadcast 2.2.2?

 

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Excel Error #DIV/0 Solution

Posted by Art Simmons |
August 10, 2015

Have you ever received the error #DIV/0 while working in Microsoft Excel?

The IFERROR function will return a specified value if the operation returns an error like #DIV/0.

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