Another 2 sessions completed today with a great turnout once again.
We stepped thing up a level today with a detailed review of advanced financial reporting techniques and templates.
While some of the concepts might have been new to some who attended, the great thing I feel is how achievable they are for all Power BI users, especially for those developing reports and models.
You can extract some really advanced and valuable insights using Power BI that are going to make a big difference to decision making within organizations.
That’s what this summit is all about. Showcasing many ways you can create real value from your analysis.
During the financial reporting techniques workshop we covered a variety of tips for financial reporting in Power BI.
One of them is the integrated reporting techniques which will have a lot of real-world application for anyone who’s looking to complete this type of analysis
The second session was all about financial reporting and more specifically a technique that I’ve devised called financial reporting templates.
To get financial reports set up in an intuitive format inside of Power BI can sometimes be quite difficult. The financial reporting template idea that I’ve created tries to solve a lot of the formatting and structure issues around creating financial reports.
During the session, I did a deep dive into how you can integrate information from your fact tables with information from, for example; an expense database or data set.
I like to call this particular technique – financial reporting integrations because data that you ultimately will place inside your financial reports can come from many different data tables or locations and you need to find a way to integrate these effectively.
Only one day left for this learning summit! So far, we have had two high-quality days, with many users tuning in and many more watching the replays that are made available to all those who registered.
There’s still time to come to the last day and get hold of the resources and replays. You can do so below.
Looking forward to tomorrow.
Catch you then.