The goal of QQube is to let the tool in which you create the report or visualization, do all of the work. However, the engineering for financial statements into Excel, combined with Excel formatting limitations, makes this necessary.
NOTE: In QQube Version 10, you have even more options in Power Pivot for financial summary data models - including EBIDTA
There are five options (1,2,3 available in Version 7.6 and later):
They are both available in Excel and Excel PowerPivot for the following data models:
QuickBooks Pro, Premiere, Enterprise:
QuickBooks Enterprise Only:
This option will perform the following:
First is the Raw QQube data (and something you probably wouldn't show to the boss):
Here is the same data, after Presentation Cleanup:
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