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Making sense of business intelligence for retail

Our new on-demand webinar introduces the latest research in retail reporting and the ways data mastery can drive your business forward - from building omnichannel capability to identifying the most profitable parts of your estate.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse vs SQL Database

Recently I was asked what the difference was between Azure SQL Database (SQLDB) and Azure SQL Data Warehouse. (SQLDW) If you connect to them both via Management Studio there doesn't seem to be much difference, but the real answer is 'a lot'.

Stay relevant in today’s complex retail ecosystem with powerful data insights

With consumerisation at its peak, a shift to omni-channel is essential for retailers to ensure they maintain market share and avoid the risk of either merger or acquisition by a competitor. The pressure to provide an array of e-commerce services is high, and failure to meet customer’s needs will..

Azure Data Factory Best Practices: Part 2

Hey there! In the second part of my Azure Data Factory best practices I’ll be talking about controlling the flow of your tasks.

Coeo Power BI Project Performance Dashboard now available

Coeo's project performance dashboard is now available and featured in Microsoft's Power BI Showcase.

Getting a single view of the player

Tell someone you went to a casino and their first question is how much did you win. Not on a specific game nor how much you could’ve lost, but what was the headline result and does it make them wish they’d gone as well. Gaming companies often ask similar questions, but for them it can be harder to..

Changes to the Power BI family

Microsoft regularly delivers new functionality for its Power BI data analytics and visualisation services, but rarely does it change how you pay for it or how you deploy it.  In May 2017, it has and some of the changes are significant.

Power BI April 2017 Update: End of the Road for DAX Developers?

April 2017 brought an enticing update to Power BI with the release of Quick Measures.

10 Steps to Enterprise Business Intelligence with Power BI

You have worked with Power BI to produce beautiful visualisations of your data.  The Power is its simplicity, but you can encounter the following problems: