Tag: Inventory Management

Power BI Design Ideas For Inventory Management Dashboards

Power BI Design Ideas For Inventory Management Dashboards

In this tutorial, you’ll go through different Power BI design ideas that you can use and implement in your inventory management dashboards. This is the final step when creating a report in Power BI. You need to clean it up so that it gives off a better impression to its users. Previous tutorials have discussed

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Inventory Management Dashboard In Power BI

Inventory Management Dashboard In Power BI

In this tutorial, you’re going to learn the complex measures and DAX formula used to create an inventory management dashboard in Power BI. As a seller, you have to know how many products you need to re-order and stock and how much these will cost you. Use these DAX formula patterns to get those calculations

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Inventory Dashboard Using Basic DAX In Power BI

Inventory Dashboard Using Basic DAX In Power BI

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a great inventory dashboard using some DAX formulas in Power BI. After properly setting up the data model, the next step is to write the DAX formulas and set up the visualizations for an inventory system in Power BI. This tutorial will show the

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Data Model Power BI For Inventory Management

Data Model Power BI For Inventory Management

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to properly create and set up the data model for inventory management dashboards in Power BI. Before you start working on the DAX formulas and visualizations, make sure to check if your data model is correct. If it isn’t, your DAX formulas aren’t going to work and your visualizations

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Vendor Analysis In Inventory Management Dashboards

Vendor Analysis In Inventory Management Dashboards

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add elements for vendor analysis in your inventory management dashboards using DAX formulas. Previous blogs have discussed how to set up the data model and the code used to get stock reorder analysis. The next details you need to focus on are the vendor tables. You have a

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