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BI360 has been a good friend for many years and helped you create financial reports and planning templates. However, there are some reasons you may want to consider migrating to Solver Cloud. Here are a few of those reasons. 

Compatibility with newer hardware and software – As your company installs new versions of Windows and Office, you may run into compatibility issues. By migrating to Solver Cloud, you will have a report designer application that is compatible with newer technology. 

More features – More features translate into more capabilities. While you may be satisfied with what BI360 is providing you, new capabilities may enable you to do things better. Features such as Process Manager and Ad Hoc Reporting are two examples. 

Cloud means no VPN – With the rise of working remotely and the trend to move to the cloud, you will be able to run reports and use planning templates without connecting to a VPN. 

Multiple device support – No computer, but you have an Apple iPad at your side? Use it to enter those budget numbers or look at the flash report. 

Tighter integration with Power BI – Many organizations are adopting Power BI for dashboard reporting. Solver provides an authorized data source for Power BI. Users will be able to create reports in Power BI using the same table and column names they use in Solver Cloud reports and planning templates. 

These are five reasons, but you may have others. Whatever your reasons, consider migrating to Solver Cloud. Contact cpmgroup@bkd.com to get more information or submit the Contact Us form below to connect with a BKD Trusted Advisor™. 

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