Category Archives: Analytics

Top 5 Power Apps Usage Scenarios That Work

Organizations use Microsoft Power Apps to simplify tasks, including employee onboarding, inspections, new user setups, service requests, and more. Power Apps is an app creator that enables users to build mobile and web-based forms and apps with low or no code. It is one of the most popular products in the Microsoft Office 365 suite […]

Reasons Why You Need a Power BI Consultant

In the modern world, information is the key to everything. If you know how to understand and use it effectively, the business will be successful. More and more numbers, we are drowning in them. Visualization – a lifeline. With it, you can quickly analyze data arrays, highlight links, and focus on what is important. The bottom […]

Power BI for Project Managers: How to Use It in Daily Routine

Business Intelligence systems, including Power BI, are tools for top management, PMs, and department heads, allowing you to have a complete picture of the current situation in any business unit. Power BI is a comprehensive and robust Business Intelligence system by Microsoft which helps business users with little or no experience in software development, build insightful dashboards, and get the most out of enterprise […]

Advanced Data Filtering in Power BI: How to Use Dynamic Parameters for Creating Universal Reports?

Not so long ago I had to create a universal report in Power BI that would be used by several different clients. All of them used Microsoft Planner as a data source, and the data view was also the same. However, later some of our new customers started requesting additional data filtering options. Since we […]

Microsoft’s Vision Behind Power Platform: What’s the Big Idea?

Microsoft has always been both technically intricate, granular, and powerful in the eyes of hard-core software developers as well as user-friendly and intuitive in the eyes of the “vanilla” users so that anyone can use the out-of-the-box solutions. Lately, there’s been a lot of talk around the new Microsoft’s Power Platform, which incorporates both approaches […]

How to Embed Power BI to Your Website or App?

Using the Power BI function Publish to the Internet, you can easily integrate Power BI interactive visualizations to any of your digital assets: blog posts, websites, emails, or social networks. Published visual elements can be easily modified, updated, or removed from public access. The “Publish on the Internet” function is available in reports in personal […]

Power BI & Artificial Intelligence: How-to Access and Where to Use It?

Artificial Intelligence in Business Analytics is one of the strongest trends there are now. Combining AI with autonomous things was chosen by Gartner in their 2019 Strategic Technology Trends report, as the way to go. Power BI, with its level of sophistication, could not keep out of the idea of AI interaction with its environment. […]

Difference Between Power Pivot, Power Query and Power BI

The terms “Power Query,” “Power Pivot,” “Power BI,” and other “Power” more often appear in articles and materials about Microsoft Excel. Not everyone clearly understands what is behind these concepts, how they are interrelated, and how they can help an ordinary Excel user. Let’s clarify the situation.   What is Power Query, Power Pivot, Power […]

Power BI Reports Pack for Project for Web: Release Overview

Today is the big day for Microsoft PPM as it’s the date of the official release of Microsoft Project for Web – the new generation project management and collaboration tool.   Microsoft Project Online used to be the flagman project management tool in the Office 365 suite. However, it appeared to be too complicated for […]

Power BI Embedded: Roadmap & What’s New?

Microsoft Power BI Embedded (PBIE) allows application developers to embed impressive, fully interactive reports into their applications, without wasting time and money on creating their own data visualizations and controls from scratch. The target audience for a Power BI Embedded service is developers and companies that create their applications, called independent software vendors.   How […]

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