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From Data Hell to Bliss: Getting the Most Out of Your Acumatica Data
Up until today, this was my approach towards Acumatica:
Last week was the 1.5 year anniversary for this blog and my personal Acumatica learning journey (click here). That milestone, coupled with a rejuvenating two week vacation, caused me to consider where I would like to go next.
Up until now I have considered Acumatica to be a hobby. But, while on vacation, I decided to take this thing to the next level: from “Acumatica Hobby” to “Acumatica Business”…
This week I passed S130 Reports, Dashboards, and Inquiries. I first started this course back in July 2013 (click here). Now, almost a year later, I finally finished, thanks to a renewed interest in the Acumatica reporting vision (click here).
Learning a new ERP product: An endurance race
While I’m waiting for my appointment with the Acumatica Instructor, I decided to continue my learning journey by taking the S130 Reports Dashboards and Inquiries course. In my opinion, reporting is one of the main reasons why people buy new ERP systems. Sure, it’s nice to have lots of information stored in your ERP system, but that information is only meaningful if you can create meaningful reports.
Also, the S130 Reports Dashboards and Inquiries course is the only one that makes sense at the moment. The Distribution learning module is not yet available, I’m not quite ready to go for the Projects or CRM modules, and I didn’t want to go through any of the boring Technical courses like installation, security management, upgrading, etc. For some reason, the S130 Reports Dashboards and Inquiries course is listed in the Technical category, but I consider it to be separate.