Newsletter – September 2016

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  PrecisionPoint Custom BI SolutionsIn this Olympic summer many of us will have been inspired to emulate the champions in striving to drive up performance in our businesses.  Athletes like businesses do not achieve their goals without tracking their performance against plans across many periods of time, and using that insight to make decisions to eek out even marginal gains. ...

Newsletter – Special Edition

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     Reshaping BI tools around MS Dynamics   As a business focussed 100% on Microsoft Dynamics, we are proud to be ranked by CIO Review among the 50 most promising MS Dynamics providers. This recognition means a lot for PrecisionPoint team that strives for excellence in the solutions we develop and services that we provide to meet customers’ needs. CIO …

Newsletter – June 2016

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  The Dynamics market continues to grow and innovate with, for example, greater adoption of cloud and Power BI. At PrecisionPoint we have always been at the forefront of this market and in this edition we look at some of the ways PrecisionPoint is investing and innovating to deliver solutions using these latest technologies and to become increasingly relevant across …

Newsletter – December 2015

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  Time really flies. It’s Christmas already. First of all we would like to thank you for the business you have placed with us this year and your continued support. It is a privilege for PrecisionPoint to have you as a customer and that is what keeps us motivated to strive for excellence in the solutions we develop. Our aim …

January newsletter.

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PrecisionPoint newsletter January is seen by most cultures as a time for change, a time to look forward to new opportunities, a time for renewal. I was looking through the Sunday broadsheets and the predictions for economic growth ranged from slightly negative to hugely positive-the pundit's crystal balls were certainly not tuned to the same channel! So, let's go back ...

December newsletter.

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PrecisionPoint newsletter December is the month with the fewest daylight hours in the Northern Hemisphere and is the month when couples argue the most. To counter the “melancholy and phlegm” brought on by December, Richard Saunders, writing in 1679, recommended eating cabbage, onion and roasted apples or pears after meals. However, the stock market tends to do better in December than …

November newsletter.

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PrecisionPoint newsletter November is a time when the harvest is over and the beginning of winter starts. The Anglo-Saxons called November “Wind monath”, because it was the time that the cold winds blow, and also “Blod Monath” as it was the time that the cattle were slaughtered for winter food. But it also was a month looking forward to the …

October 2014 newsletter

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On October the 4th 1957, Sputnik, the first artificial earth satellite was launched by Russia. The surprise success precipitated the American Sputnik crisis and triggered the space race, a part of the larger cold war. The launch ushered in new political, military, technological, and scientific developments that have led to today’s connected world.   We set Kevin Stanway a challenge. How many reports, …

Autumn Equinox newsletter

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Reporting the way it should be Harvest moons are so called because moonrise for several days around the time of the full moon closest to the autumnal equinox occurs nearly at sunset. Before artificial lighting, this gave farmers extra time to cut and move ripened crops. This year, it happens on September 8-10th (Depending on where you are in the ...

September 2014 Newsletter

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Reporting the way it should be Give us back our 11 days! In 1752 Britain decided to abandon the Julian calendar in favour of the Gregorian, and by doing so skipped 11 days. The 3rd of September instantly became the 14th of September, resulting in a complete blank in British history between the 3rd and the 13th of September 1752. ...