Tag: Power BI Reports

New On Power BI Showcase – Covid-19 Reporting

One of Power BI’s biggest strengths is the fact that it is such a dynamic tool. We see so many applications spanning different industries. This much is evident in our Power BI Showcase. The Power BI Showcase features downloadable reports and dashboards, with each one focusing on a unique purpose and industry. These downloadable resources

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New Enterprise DNA Course: Mastering Report Development

As promised, we’re delivering a brand new course developed by our experts on the Enterprise DNA Education Platform every month. Last month, we released Optimizing DAX course by Nick Moné. This month, we’re releasing a new course called “Mastering Report Development – Start to Finish” and it’s created by Jarrett Moore. For those of you

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Power BI Challenge 11 Wrap-Up: COVID-19 Reporting

We started the year with a Power BI Challenge that’s relevant to the world’s current situation. Now, we’ve wrapped up our first challenge of the year, which has, as always, delivered amazing results from our participants. The 11th Power BI Challenge deal with COVID-19 reporting, which gives us a good overview of where the world

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New On Power BI Showcase – Waste Management

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Power BI is such a dynamic tool that it can be used across different industries and applications. This is why we continue to expand our Power BI Showcase, which contains different reports and dashboards that you can download. Each report is applicable to specific real-life scenarios that can be applied to your specific field, allowing

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Financial Information Management Reports In Power BI

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In this Power BI Showcase, we’ll be focusing on financial information management reports for an enterprise involved in the global food distribution industry.  The data set presented in the reports are common metrics received by an organization at the end of a financial year. These financial metrics include Total Sales, Cost of Goods Sold, Gross

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