Do more with data.
In this digital world, data is the new gold but deriving meaning from unstructured data without context can be a nightmare. Power BI helps you visualize data better with live dashboards and dynamic reports. Embed these visualizations into apps, websites and platforms across your organization to give your team instant access to data when and where they require it.

Why use Power BI?

With Power BI, you can
  • Centrally managing your organization's business intelligence.
  • Connect to hundreds of data sources on-premises and in the cloud.
  • Use Power Query to simplify transformation, data ingestion, enrichment, and data integration.
  • Create stunning reports using various built-in visuals or create your own custom visuals.
  • Publish real-time reports and interactive dashboards.
  • Collaborate with your team, and share insights inside and outside of your organization.
  • Form a knowledge culture in your organization by collaborating with users in every role across your organization.
  • Publish real-time content that users can access in the office or on the go.

Who needs Power BI?

Power BI is used by employees as a self-service BI tool. It brings data analytics capability in the hand of employees. it's mostly used by data analysts and business intelligence professionals but the ease of use means that those without an analytical background can still navigate Power BI and create insightful reports.
Management teams can use Power BI for creating factual reports and forecasts. These reports are created to aid sales and marketing reps, while also providing real-time on how the department or individual employees are progressing toward their goals.
Microsoft Power BI helps administrators by offering them an admin portal using which they can configure the implementation of Power BI, as well as monitor usage and licenses.
With Power BI, you can
  • Since Power BI helps interconnect disparate data source and transforms and cleans the same, the transformed and enriched data can be now used to create a data model. This data model can then be converted into charts and graphs to provide visuals of the data. These reports can then be shared with other Power BI users within the organization.
  • The data models created from Power BI can be used in several ways for organizations, including telling stories through charts and data visualizations and examining "what if" scenarios within the data. By leveraging Power BI reports, you can also answer questions in real time and help with forecasting thus making sure departments meet business metrics.
  • Power BI also provides dynamic customized executive dashboards for administrators and managers, thereby which the management gets more insight into how departments are working towards their goal.
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