Tag: Business Intelligence

What’s The Most Common Behavior From Your Customers? – Power BI Analysis

In today’s business world, understanding common customer behavior is of utmost importance for many functional areas within companies.  Analyzing consumer behavior serves as a tool to help plan and meet sales objectives. Additionally, understanding buyer behavior helps decide where and how to better position products or services. You can evaluate how your customers act and predict

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Predict Future Profitability within Power BI Using DAX

In this video tutorial, I will showcase some of the analytical work I enjoy completing the most in Power BI..that is working on future predictions.  I am always fascinated with trying to understand what could happen in the future. I’ll show you a technique around how you can almost predict future profitability and one that

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Average Results Per Month – DAX & Power BI Analysis Technique

In this video tutorial, I dive into some procurement & purchasing type analysis that you can do with Power BI. Specifically, we’re going to look at the average monthly purchases a business may be making. I run through what DAX formula combination you need to be able to calculate averages at a monthly context. I

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Month On Month Change For Custom Calendars In Power BI – 445 Calendars

This video tutorial is all about how you can run time intelligence calculations over custom calendars in Power BI. This is really relevant to those who deal with 445 calendars which is a very common scenario for Power BI users. Not all business out there work to a standard calendar around financial years or calendar

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Enterprise DNA Learning Summit – May 2018 [Event Announcement]

The next Enterprise DNA Learning Summit is just around the corner. We’re taking the content up another level once again, with 2 more advanced sessions added to the event – taking this is 6 free live workshops in total. Yes, this is a completely free training event for all Power BI users based around the

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