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Delivering better results while saving budget

During a regular meeting with a customer we had a discussion around their biggest pains, they were being asked by their leadership team to save money within the IT Budget. So we asked to review their IT budget lines starting with the biggest to see where there was opportunity to save.

Using Date Pickers in Power BI Report Builder

I was recently engaged with a client in building a report that had some very specific requirements; a paginated report that compared datasets from two different date ranges.  Initially the client attempted to build the report in Power BI Desktop, however since the report needed to be paginated..

Power BI Premium vs Azure Analysis Services

Your Power BI data model resides in one of two cloud services:

  • Power BI, or
  • Azure Analysis Services.

Which will you choose? Read on....

The unseen dangers of Self-Service Power BI

Turbo-Charge your Power BI Data Model in 13 Easy Steps

Import | Visualise | Publish

It’s as easy as that and the reason Power BI usage has exploded: putting the power of data in the hands of users.

Take time, go the extra mile and enrich your model. Become the Power BI superhero who delivers fantastic content users find a pleasure to navigate...

Embracing a Data-Driven Culture

Companies who embrace a data-driven culture experience a four-fold improvement in revenue performance and better customer satisfaction, according to a new report published by Harvard Business Review.

Power BI Security in Ten Steps

Are you fearful of migrating to a new data visualisation solution or hosting data in the cloud? The power of Power BI is too much to ignore and offers many security features to ease your concerns.

Dataflows – the Future of Power BI

Ready to create an enterprise Power BI solution with no data warehouse? Read on.

Get DRY with Power BI

Save yourself time working with Power BI.

Power BI – 15 Ways to Share Data

Updated: February 2020

Power BI is free of charge to use. Anyone can download the Power BI Desktop application from the Microsoft Store, import and mashup data from various sources and create beautiful visualisations of business metrics.There comes the point, however, when you wish to share this..

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