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Why do you need Power BI services?
Every business operation is unique and so is its market. When organizations grow, the volume of data they generate every day keeps growing with them. If this data is not cleaned and organized well, there will be a situation that stakeholders will not be able to manage that, and the major decisions might fall through the cracks. Here come Power BI services in the picture. It is a business intelligence platform that allows businesses to clean and completely transform raw data into meaningful data.
There are several reasons why you can always use Power BI services over other business intelligence tools.
Develop Low code, Collaborative and Easy sharing apps with Power BI
The Power BI platform is not only low code and easy to use interface but also comes with some collaborative options. The users can collaborate with co-workers to create interactive reports and dashboards in “app” workspaces. They can also share the reports with a larger audience. Sharing dashboards or reports with a small audience is facilitated over the Mobile App with Power BI.
Powerful tool with all data handling capabilities
Data Shaping, modeling, and Visualization are some of the key functions available in Power BI. Power BI offers a tool called Query Editor which is very flexible and powerful with tons of features. The most important aspect is that it is self-documenting. It also offers you an opportunity to go deeper inside the DAX language.
Data Analysis Expressions (DAX) is a programming language that is used throughout Microsoft Power BI for creating calculated columns, measures, and custom tables. It is a collection of functions, operators, and constants that can be used in a formula, or expression, to calculate and return one or more values.
AI Builder is a no-code capability offered in the Power BI platform that allows users to automate processes and predict outcomes. With AI Builder, users can add intelligence to their apps. AI builder is readily used to simplify and automate complex business processes. It is extremely useful in tasks like invoice processing, data extraction from PDF and other documents, object detection, text, and binary classification.
How can a Power BI consultant help you?
A Power BI consultant is a person who is an expert in Power BI and its related technologies (Power BI Service, Power BI Premium, etc.) The role of the BI consultant is to analyze your data and suggest appropriate insights out of it which help in monitoring your business metrics and important KPIs on a daily/ weekly/ monthly/ quarterly and yearly basis to understand business performance.
Many times, using these granular and bird's eye views of the performance dashboards, business stakeholders can make informed and timely decisions which help to modify the business track also and make it more productive. For such needs, Beyond Key helps to augment Power BI consultants in various engagement models.
For those industries that find the need to apply BI in their daily operations but find it expensive, outsourcing Power BI consultants is one of the options.
A Power BI consultant can help you in ways like:
Why choose Beyond Key’s Power BI services?
With over 15 + years of BI and analytical services, Beyond Key has the experience your organization deserves. As Microsoft Gold partners, we know how to uncover insights hidden in your data and enhance your data exploration capabilities.
- Niche expertise in Power BI Online, Power BI Embedded, Power BI Report Server, and Power BI Desktop.
- Expertise in Power BI development, implementation, training, maintenance, and support services
- Delivering successful custom Power BI projects for clients across a wide range of industries with custom visuals and reports. custom visuals and reports.
Frequently Asked Questions
Its drag and drop functionality means no code is required to generate reports. It is user-friendly and quick to understand and develop reports. Some basic reporting to developing custom visuals, advanced analytics, and predictive analytics everything is available within Power BI
Power BI data source connectors
Businesses need an efficient tool for powerful and creative analysis, to gain access to vital information from different kinds of data sources, create beautiful and understandable reports which can be updated in real-time, promote growth and ensure the smooth operations of the enterprise, thereby, reducing downtime. Power BI Desktop has various data sources from which you can connect.
There are different versions of Microsoft Power BI which include Power BI Desktop, Power BI Service which is an online Software as a Service (SaaS) offering, and a selection of mobile apps available on Windows, iOS, and Android devices.
With over 120+ connectors, Power BI allows you to link up with native connectors and cloud data sources to come up with data-driven decisions thereby improving services and overall growth of your organization. The Power BI Desktop provides users to access all kinds of data sources.
Below are the various kind of data sources categorized under the following -
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As of now, Power BI comes in 5 high-level options. Power BI desktop comes for free, and it is a great tool for a single data analyst. Power BI Pro is $10 per month. Power BI embedded, and premium comes at varied costs.
From here, things get more complex. Microsoft has many different prices for non-profits, education, government, and other types of businesses. For Office 365 Suite subscribers, you can use Power BI Pro for a small add-on cost. So from an upfront price, Power BI seems cost-efficient tool. But you should bother about the hidden costs of Power BI before you proceed.
One of the biggest weaknesses of Power BI is the many different hidden cost factors involved when purchasing the software. We broke these costs down into basic groups to make them a little easier to understand.
Architecture and Implementation Cost
User Adoption Cost
A customized BI implementation usually depends on the variables of scale, complexity, user, and business requirements. It is usually very difficult to get the cost of any BI implementation without knowing about these variables.
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