Plethora! I always thought that was such a neat word. But (after googling it recently) not so much some of its synonyms (excess, surfeit).
You’ve probably heard me say that OpenRDA has a plethora of reports. And, I mean that in a good way; in the sense that there are a large number of reports, a cornucopia. In the Payroll module alone, there are over 130 standard reports and this isn’t counting the state-specific reports and the process-level reports (or those available in the other HR modules).
One of the many standard reports that are available in the Financial Management module is the Net Change report (one of my favorites; I like to call it Equity Flow). If you want to quickly see the status (net change) in each fund by fiscal month, check this one out (it’s accessed via Summary, G/L). Fund balance, revenue, expenditures, encumbrances, and net change for the fiscal year are displayed. A snapshot of the report is below.
What’s your favorite word? Let me know by adding comments to this blog or sending me an email. And, if there’s a report you want to know more about, please don’t hesitate to ask.
8 thoughts on “A Favorite Word and Report”
Thanks for the information about that report. I love all of the reports in OpenRDA and I wasn’t familiar with this one. Love It!
Thanks, Lori. In upcoming blogs, I plan to highlight some other “gems.”
In payroll, our favorite word is “balanced”!
Love it, Karen. Thanks for reading my blog and hope you and the Poquoson team have a wonderful Christmas.
That IS a nice report! I might just start printing that baby!!
That IS a nice report. I like balance sheet stuff.
Thanks, J.D. I like balance sheets “stuff” also!