Clear and easy navigation between the functional modules and reporting applications within Finnivo®.
Data can be imported from multiple sources:
Step 1: Extracts the data from the source – to the Finnivo® SQL database.
Step 2: Allocates the data to the relevant cost centers and fields it has been mapped to.
Drill down into any value or text commentary throughout your reports.
Interrogate any value (imported, captured, calculated or journalised) to view the breakdown per cost centre, or drill down deeper into the trial balance accounts (and/or transaction detail) that make up the total value. Analyse text commentary as captured at cost centre level.
Various drill-down view options available.
Users have a wide range of options to view and analyse their results at any defined aggregated/consolidated level. Once the data for the various cost centers have been collated, the aggregated and/or consolidated results can be viewed at any level (i.e. group node) within any of the defined reporting structures (i.e. management reporting structure vs statutory reporting structure vs regional structure). There are various reporting and analysis tools to assist with viewing; analysing or publishing the results (i.e. selected data pivots); presentation views; columnar extract reports and much more).
Reconcile all inter-group transactions and balances and generate exception reports showing differences between various inter-group entities.
Elimination journals can be posted at one or more levels throughout the group reporting structure(s) OR inter-company transaction or loan accounts can be configured to be eliminated automatically based on the allocations performed by users at the respective inter-group entities.
Publish your Annual Financial Statements (AFS) or any other executive or investor related report packs. The Publisher module will allow users to combine the relevant sections from various reports or notes (i.e. sections from several Excel or Word reports (external or generated in Finnivo®); PDF- or text documents) – and to combine the sections into a single themed document that can be published. It will also provide for collaboration between multiple users.