Financial Profile Reporting and Control Via A DBMS Controlled Dashboard.
Every aspect of a business must be totally visible within financial terms to guide management decisions. Therefore, it is important that the operating costs and profits be presented accurate in real-time and on flexible dashboards that are provided with all the necessary data presented in easy readable form. To accomplish this, a new and innovative DBMS design approach as presented in the write up that follows.
A Financial DBMS Profiler is generated upon completion of an exhaustive requirements study that carefully combines accounting rules and database technology rules into a coherent design scenario. If you or your company cannot account for the knowledge necessary for the business systems requirements of accounting and software analysis, then you must consider contracting for these services. In any case, the following design steps, in broad terms, can provide your company with a dashboard that effectively profiles your business operational financial data.
Basic Components Of A DBMS Financial System.
Accounting is the language of business and database driven software is the modern day equivalent of a thousand bookkeepers. A successful design of your business assets to transact in the financial world is dependent on these services and your completed requirements-scenario is your blueprint to satisfy your business intentions.
The profiler should be built into your database and act as a dynamic guide for continuous testing and validation of each module completed. This arrangement allows you and others to navigate the profiler tables and monitor displayed information in possibly tabbed views built into your interface.
Transfer-Info Tables Are Keys To The Innovated Design.
There are hundreds of transactions necessary to satisfy the accurate and secured operation of a financial system but some of the key functions are related to transfer information tracking, record-field level data quality and table-record level accuracy as it relates to posting-validation and security associated at all levels.
Transfer-information tables provide a summary of the transfer, including source and destination details, and log details. The transfer execution portion of the requirements scenario should show statistics of the overall numbers of records read, written, rejected, or skipped. These statistics can be displayed in any number of views and can easily be made available for screen reviews, files or communicated to other databases at remote locations.
Constant Testing Gives Your Outcome The Quality It Needs.
As for data quality objectives, these are met by enforcing rules defined for each field at the requirements phase of the project. After that, quality of data is most effectively achieved by testing data at input transaction times. This is usually accompanied by a breakdown report of errors, warnings, and statistical data for each field. This information can also be displayed in various formats mentioned above.
By obtaining the requirements of the previous paragraphs, the validation and verification scenarios along with similar record controls at all levels will assure that transactions are posted in a secure manner and exhibit the accuracy needed to bring integrity of a well-thought-out financial system.
The description of the DBMS design approach presented above should be read and translated into your company's current situation which will help you see the best direction for your project to achieve the results hoped for. The exercise of translation into your terms will give you a story board that can act as an insight to the best ways to develop requirements and specifications toward building the new system. From there, you will be able to envision the feasibility of your company accomplishing its desire to build an accurate dashboard that profiles your business transactions.