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Power BI is Business Intelligence Like Never Before
Power BI Desktop
Course Training Dates

  • August 5-6

Power BI is a business analytics service that delivers insights to enable fast, informed decisions. Go from data to visual insights in minutes. Use any data, in any way, from anywhere. All in one view.

Power BI consists of the Power BI Desktop application, the web-based Power BI Online service, and the Excel tools PowerQuery/Get & Transform, PowerPivot, PowerView and 3D Maps.

Why Power BI? These tools enable the user to perform Enterprise level analysis at the End User level!

Power BI is for Everyone, especially Analysts, IT Professionals, and Developers.

Click here for available training.

It's All About Dashboards
  • View Data Trends
  • Gain Data Insights
  • Slice and Filter Visuals
  • Create Dashboard Reports
  • Measure Success with KPI's
View Data Trends1 Gain Data Insights2 Slice and Filter Visuals3 Create Dashboard Reports4 Measure Success with KPI's5
Connect and Transform Your Data
Power BI Desktop connects to data sources wherever they are, from the cloud or on premises, using sources like Excel, SQL Server, Azure, SAP, SharePoint and more.
Combine, transform, and organize massive amounts of data using Power BI Desktop's Query Editor at a fraction of the time and cost of other solutions.
What happens when the source data changes? Once loaded, data only needs to be refreshed to stay up to date!
Model Data with Ease using Relationships
Power BI Desktop simplifies modeling of data, as you only need to prepare data once.
Data is stored in Tables, much the same as in a database or Excel. Because of this, data can be related between common fields, and all of the data can be used when creating Visual Tiles. Imagine no more VLOOKUPS!
Relationships are created automatically by Power BI Desktop. Users can create them manually and adjust them where needed.
Provides Advanced Analytics with the Familiarity of Excel
Business users can now dig deeper into data to find patterns they may have otherwise missed.
Power BI allows data to be summarized using custom calculated fields or measures. These features, along with quick measures allow data grouping, forecasting and clustering.
Advanced calculations in measures can be created using DAX (Data Analysis Expressions). There are numerous DAX Functions that allow summarizations that can't be easily done in Excel.
Publish to the Cloud and Share
Empower data-driven decision making across your organization.
Quickly get your team onboard, as Power BI integrates with Office 365, SharePoint, Excel, Teams, and other familiar tools.
Collaborate on reports and share insights with users across your organization.
Distribute insights on any device in just a few clicks and manage user access and security from one central place. Users can publish to the Power BI web-service and set up automatic, incremental refreshes as well.
Happy New Year from Power BI Desktop
2018 was a great year for Power BI. Microsoft added over 150 new features to Power BI Desktop.
See what Microsoft has to say about their top 5 favorite released features in their video.

  1. Report page tooltips
  2. Web by example
  3. Composite models and aggregations
  4. Expand and collapse
  5. New filter experience

View the original blog post here.

Stay up to date with everything Microsoft is doing with Power BI on their blog.

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