Our App Stack Reporting tool is designed to provide you with:
- A quick and easy way to present suggested app stacks to your clients
- A way of capturing internal knowledge about apps and app stacks
A quick and easy way to present suggested app stacks to your clients
Our reporting tool provides you with a quick and easy way to present suggested app stacks to your clients by generating a report with set descriptions about the apps and their integrations.
This would come after you’ve completed a fact-find, scoped their requirements, and conducted research to arrive at your recommendations. The report enables you to provide a tangible output to your prospect or client to show the value of research that you have conducted and deliver an end product that they will be happy to have paid for.
The report has set structure and pulls in the accounting software, app categories and selected apps from your app stack, as well as the order of categories which is amendable within the app stack itself as shown below.
Your report will allow you to quickly present information on apps.
Our reports contain:
- A customisable heading for your report
- A customisable introduction where you can add descriptive content about the problems these apps will solve for the client, with a range of formatting options
- An introduction to the chosen accounting software
- Up to two apps per app category
- An up to date app logo and link to their website
- A non-editable description of each app
- A list of non-accounting integrations
We will be developing further reporting customisation to give you more flexibility around the presentation. This includes the ability to add your own logo and edit more of the content.
A way of capturing knowledge about apps and app stacks so that it becomes reusable
Frequently, research around the specific use-cases of apps and app stacks is either lost to the researcher’s head, unsearchable email, or other unusable forms of documentation or communication.
Our reporting tool provides a simple way of capturing research and experience for use cases so that it can be relied upon in the future.