Power BI is awesome. This robust business intelligence tool allows your organization to automate inefficiencies and create accurate data—as long as you get the most out of Power BI reporting capabilities.
In this video round-up, we pulled together videos of Power BI reporting best practices. Understand how to automate mundane processes, why starting small with a proof of concept is the way to go, the challenges of Excel and other reporting tools, and the critical importance of data accuracy in Power BI reports.
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Automate Mundane Reporting Processes with Power BI
Organizations have a bad habit of spending too much time on day-to-day reporting tasks that can easily be automated. Greg Gillespie discusses the benefits of automating mundane processes and why Microsoft Power BI is the best tool for transforming reporting inefficiencies.
Start Small with a Power BI Proof of Concept
If you’re just getting started with building Power BI reports, it can be overwhelming. Greg Gillespie offers advice on starting small with a proof of concept so your team gets familiar with the tool first. From there, you’ll be ready to use Power BI to its fullest potential.
Power BI vs Excel vs Other Reporting Tools
Do my reports need to become a Power BI report? This might be a question you’re asking right now—and it’s one we hear a lot at Collectiv. Greg Gillespie breaks down the challenges of using Excel or other reporting tools and how Power BI improves your reporting processes.
The Importance of Data Accuracy in Power BI Reports
If your data is all wrong, it doesn’t matter how many beautiful charts, CS tables, and pivot tables you have in Microsoft Power BI. Not only will your life be so much harder with inaccurate data, but also your team will have a hard time trusting your reports. Greg Gillespie explains more in this video.