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POWER BI – BUSINESS DATA TOOL
Microsoft designed and developed Power BI as a data-mining and business intelligence (BI) tool and business analytics service for end users, making it a practical, straightforward way of communicating your business’s information without a team of IT specialists
How does it work?
Power BI enables an end user to simply and conveniently create live interactive visuals from your company’s existing data sources. By using the model-making applications, your employees can use Power BI to generate new content by turning raw data in to tangible insights.
Once new content in the form of visual reports – brought to life with graphs, animation and interactive elements, is produced, it can be made readily available and easily accessible across all your business platforms.
What outcomes can be achieved?
Publishing dynamic dashboards and reports will bring your business data to life for your clients, your employees and all other stakeholders.
Power BI will prove an exciting introduction to your business. By integrating Power BI with other software programmes, you can probe your data sources and transform your data:
- for better economy – end user utilisation and reduced IT specialist input
- for increased access – to data sources and to interactive data modelling
- for improved understanding – intelligible visual reports via a nifty live dashboard
Incorporate Power BI as your business analytics system and see your business insights reach far and wide, attracting new business opportunities. At YML Group, we have the expertise to help you install Power BI for best results.
How can YML help?
Talk to our YML Co Sourcing Team today to see how YML Group can assist you with Power BI. Contact us on (02) 8383 4400 or by visiting the Contact Us page on our website.