Power BI Consulting – Business Intelligence in Microsoft Office and SQL Server through Power BI Power-BI-Logo

Explore your data in self-service business intelligence that’s available in Microsoft’s Office 365.

Power BI is a cloud-based tool from Microsoft that’s designed for the end user with no requirement for programming skills. Data can be explored, processed and visualized in real time, which leads to end users having the ability to make better informed decisions.

The integrated components of Microsoft Power BI include:

  • Power Pivot – introduced as an Excel add-on in 2010, this end user targeted feature allows for in-memory data modeling of large data in excess of 100 million rows
  • Power View – as a complimentary technology to Power Pivot, Power View enables advanced visualizations for Power Pivot data models With animations, interactive visuals and maps powered by Bing, this module takes the end user BI experience to the next level
  • Power Map – this module extends Power View’s map capabilities to include 3D map visualizations powered by Bing
  • Power Query – provides a fluid environment for data discovery from multiple data sources than through Power Pivot alone
  • Data Management Gateway – connect cloud reports to on-premise data sources through scheduled data refreshes
  • Data Catalog – make it easier to find and connect to corporate data
  • Q&A – ask questions of the data sets and the system will interpret these questions to present answers in interactive visualizations
  • Mobile Access – connect to Power BI through a mobile app so that no matter where you are, you can access your data visualizations

If you have a Microsoft Power BI project in mind or need any assistance integrating features or creating dashboards, don’t hesitate to contact us. WCI has been in the business intelligence space for over 16 years and we know we can help. Please contact us in the form below for more information about Microsoft Power BI consulting.

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