Report Scheduling Options

Reporting platform administrators have extensive report scheduling options with InetSoft's interactive reporting software - a powerful and flexible business intelligence application used at over 5,000 organizations worldwide, including 25% of Fortune 500 companies, spanning all types of industries. View the example below to learn more about the Style Intelligence solution.

These actions specify the operations to be performed when the schedule task runs. There are three types of actions: 'Report', 'Burst', and 'User Defined'. A report action executes one or more reports and delivers them. The options for report action are shown below.

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Save in Archive

Save the generated report in the report archive. A report archive must be properly configured, and you must have proper permissions to save the report in the selected folder.

Print on Server

Print to one or more printers. The printer name must be accessible from the host machine. The printing mechanism is through the custom driver (the JDK default printing does not support selecting a printer by name), and is under the same constraints as the custom drivers.

Deliver to Emails

Send a report to other people as an email attachment. The report can be sent in PDF format, or in any of the other export formats. If the file is too large, it will be split into multiple emails. The email subject line can include parameters for automatic insertion of report alias and time/date of report generation.

Save to Disk

Save the report on the local file system in any of the following formats: PDF, HTML, Excel, RTF, SVG, CSV, Text, XML. The 'Path' field should specify a valid absolute path, including filename. (The filename extension is added automatically.) The filename can include parameters for automatic insertion of report name and time/date of report generation.

Notify when Completed

Send users an email notification about the task completion status. Optionally you can check 'Notify only if failed'.

What Reports Are Included in Treasury Software?

Treasury software is designed to streamline and automate financial operations related to cash management, liquidity management, risk management, and financial reporting within an organization's treasury or finance department. The software typically includes a variety of reports to provide insights into cash flows, investment portfolios, debt management, and compliance with regulatory requirements. Here are some common types of reports that would be included in treasury software:

  1. Cash Position Reports:
    • Daily Cash Position: Provides a snapshot of the organization's cash balances across various accounts and entities, including bank accounts, investment accounts, and cash equivalents.
    • Cash Forecasting: Predicts future cash flows based on historical data, budget projections, and forecasted transactions, helping treasury professionals optimize liquidity management and funding strategies.
  2. Bank Account Management Reports:
    • Bank Account Summary: Lists all bank accounts maintained by the organization, along with account details, balances, transaction histories, and signatories.
    • Bank Reconciliation Reports: Compares bank statements with internal accounting records to identify discrepancies, outstanding items, and reconciliation adjustments.
  3. Cash Flow Analysis Reports:
    • Cash Flow Statement: Presents a summary of cash inflows and outflows categorized by operating, investing, and financing activities, providing insights into the organization's liquidity and cash flow dynamics.
    • Cash Flow Forecast Variance Analysis: Compares actual cash flows with forecasted amounts to evaluate the accuracy of cash flow projections and identify variances for further analysis.
  4. Investment Portfolio Reports:
    • Investment Holdings Summary: Summarizes the organization's investment portfolio, including securities, bonds, money market funds, and other investment vehicles, along with market values, yields, and maturity dates.
    • Investment Performance Analysis: Evaluates the performance of investment holdings over time, comparing returns against benchmarks, assessing risk-adjusted returns, and measuring portfolio diversification.
  5. Debt Management and Financing Reports:
    • Debt Schedule: Details the organization's outstanding debt obligations, including loans, bonds, lines of credit, and interest rates, along with repayment schedules and maturity dates.
    • Debt Compliance Reports: Monitors compliance with debt covenants, loan agreements, and regulatory requirements, ensuring timely payments and adherence to financial covenants.
  6. Risk Management Reports:
    • Risk Exposure Analysis: Identifies and quantifies financial risks faced by the organization, such as interest rate risk, currency risk, credit risk, and liquidity risk, enabling proactive risk mitigation strategies.
    • Stress Testing Scenarios: Simulates potential adverse scenarios to assess the impact on the organization's cash position, liquidity, and financial solvency under different economic conditions.
  7. Treasury Performance Metrics:
    • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs): Tracks performance metrics relevant to treasury operations, such as cash conversion cycle, days sales outstanding (DSO), days payable outstanding (DPO), and working capital ratios.
    • Treasury Benchmarking: Compares treasury performance metrics against industry peers or best practices to identify areas for improvement and optimize treasury operations.
  8. Regulatory Compliance and Reporting:
    • Regulatory Compliance Reports: Generates reports required for compliance with financial regulations, accounting standards, and regulatory filings, such as SEC filings, tax reporting, and disclosures related to financial instruments.
    • Audit Trails and Documentation: Maintains comprehensive audit trails and documentation to support regulatory audits, internal controls, and financial reporting requirements.
  9. Customizable and Ad Hoc Reporting:
    • Treasury software may offer customizable reporting capabilities, allowing users to create ad hoc reports tailored to specific needs, preferences, and stakeholder requirements. Users can define custom parameters, filters, and data fields to generate reports on-demand or at scheduled intervals.
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