How To Set Up Your Financial Reporting Data Within Power BI

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Getting your financial reporting or financial analysis working well with Power BI requires your data to be set up in a particular way.

Many times when you get data out of a financial system, be it from the revenue side, the expense side or the balance sheet side; you need to re-arrange it in such a way that Power BI can utilize and run logic through it to be ultimately represented in a compelling report design.

That’s what this tutorial is all about. It’s to show you how you can do that, and how by doing these small setups or rearrangements of your raw data, you can actually start creating interesting and valuable reports around your financials.

This, historically, was very difficult to do. But, it’s becoming easier and more effecient with the many updates that are being rolled out with Power BI desktop.

Financial reporting within Power BI is becoming far superior to any alternative tool that you can utilize.

Therefore, with this tutorial, my goal is to show you how you can get it going, and also show you how you can make it cogent and really valuable for the consumers who might be utilizing it to make informed decisions.


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