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Power BI is a new Microsoft app that lets you intuitively turn data into interactive, visually-rich reports – helping uncover insights and driving business value.
It lets business users combine data from multiple sources, visualise it in creative ways, build dashboards, and even query data using plain English. It’s enterprise-grade business intelligence, available to organisations of any size.
The team at CompanyNet have worked with Power BI since it was first released, and we believe it’s the future of business intelligence. We’d love to share our insight with you.
At this informal Breakfast Briefing, we will introduce you to Power BI, with live examples of this powerful new app.
You’ll learn how easy it is to create interactive reports, and see for yourself how much more value Power BI can help you get out of your business data.
Our expert team will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the Power BI app, Office 365, and the technology driving business change.
Alan Slater, Technical Architect
Alan has more than 20 years’ experience in the IT industry. He creates cutting-edge solutions that help unlock the full power of each business’s collective intelligence
Rosie Brotherwood, Solution Designer
An experienced solution designer and developer, Rosie combines Dynamics CRM know-how with a passion for understanding and improving processes for our customers.
This free event takes place at our offices at 133 George Street, Edinburgh on Wednesday 19th April. We’d be happy to welcome you from an 8am for an 8:30am start.
The event should last around an hour – and, of course, tea, coffee and pastries will be provided!
If you’d like to attend this event, please register your interest below now:
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