You can create better reports. Here we present 3 excel report templates for the 3 cornerstone financial reports. Recipes how to create them included.
After organizing several successful workshops across Europe, Zebra BI set our sights on conquering the US.
The 2017 AFP Conference, the most important event for treasury and finance worldwide, which attracts more than 6,500 finance professionals every year, will be held on Oct 15-18, 2017 in the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, United States. The AFP conference is a yearly boost of knowledge for finance professionals., It's about connecting […]
This is a guest post by Saša Butina, a consultant at SASH reporting. See more about SASH reporting at the end of the post. When one monitors financial activities - inflows and outflows from company’s bank account, he/she usually analyses and presents data in table. It’s just something we are used to and basically there […]
Excel 2016 introduces waterfall charts: 2 clicks and your awesome waterfall chart is inserted. Or is it? While the addition of waterfall charts in Excel 2016 is a great step forward, the current functionality still leaves much to be desired.
We're pleased to say that today marks the release of Zebra BI 2.0, the most revolutionary software for finance professionals since the launch of Zebra BI in June 2014!
On Friday, March 31, 2017 Andrej Lapajne (CEO at Zebra BI and ICV member) will give a keynote presentation about best practices in designing reports, dashboards and presentations at XI. International ICV Congress in Warsaw, Poland.
The 42nd Controller Congress will be held on May 15/16, 2017 in Munich, Germany. Zebra BI will be there as an exhibitor. Come meet us at our stand!
The Best controlling project of 2016 in Croatia was carried out by Biovega, it was presented in the 4th International Controlling Conference in Croatia.
2016 was the year of the product releases. Well, heck, so were the rest of them 😉 And so will be the next one. We can't help it, we're the product people. But before we dive into product releases, let us share a few stories that we'll remember best from 2016.
In the recent update of The New York Times's article Who Will Be President? the authors used an interesting and a slightly controversial infografic, consisting of 16 sparklines. The graphic depicts the trends of Donald Trump's winning probabilities in the states, where his chances have increased most over the last two weeks. Unfortunately, the visualization fails to convey a proper picture of the […]