Safari provides end-user data management and reporting capabilities by allowing direct access to their own data via Excel. The product was purchased by the Ohio Department of Education for use by all OECN State Software users. Using Safari, users can extract data when and how they want it, create labels, mail merges, etc.
Here are some uses of Safari:
Safari for EIS users: You can extract data from the inventory files to create excel spreadsheet. How about a report that lists Serial numbers? Done in a few minutes with Safari.
Safari for USAS users: The USAS user can create customized vendor reports, chart of accounts report, etc. to obtain information not easily accessible with the current software reports available.
Safari for USPS users: Create deduction reports, retirement eligibility reports, etc. to obtain information not easily accessible with the current software reports available.
Create customized reports
Use the auto-filter option in Excel to further define data
Use the sort option in Excel to sort by accounts, etc.
Use the subtotal option in Excel to subtotal reports by fund/object, etc.
Filtering data in Safari