Business Intelligence with Microsoft Power BI

Data Analytics and Business Intelligence through Microsoft Power BI

Power BI is a business analytics service by Microsoft. It aims to provide interactive visualizations and business intelligence capabilities with an interface simple enough for end users to create their own reports and dashboards.

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Amazing data experiences

Unify your data and intelligently transform it into eye-catching data visualizations.

Zero to Beautiful: 5 Ways Companies Can Illustrate Data Using Power BI

Capitalize on improved data visualization. Learn how an agile, cloud-based business intelligence (BI) solution can help you:

Streamline reporting with custom dashboards.

Aggregate data to tell a cohesive story.

Connect to your data anywhere.

Analyze data and deliver actionable information.

Use real-time data to improve collaboration.

Modern enterprise business intelligence

Simplify big data analysis with intuitive tools that quickly and securely leverage vast quantities of data with real-time accuracy and consistency.

Create, Develop, Scale with Power BI Embedded

Choosing an embedded analytics solution requires careful assessment. Power BI Embedded helps you:

Connect to disparate data sources with hundreds of connectors and turn that data into beautiful reports and visualizations.

Plan ahead for growth with flexible licensing, built-in layers of security, and the global support of worldwide Azure datacenters.

Use familiar tools to embed analytics into your applications and build your data pipeline in an end-to-end environment.

Business intelligence across your organization

Create a data-centric culture in which people at every level of your organization can make confident decisions using up-to-the-minute analytics.

How Microsoft Is Changing BI Data Protection

Keep your BI data protected even when it’s exported.

Gain sensitivity classification that enables data protection using built-in connections to Microsoft cybersecurity products.

Meet privacy and regulatory requirements with oversight of sensitive data consumption.

Extend Office 365 classifications and governance policies to data inside and data exported from Power BI.

Minimize exposure by granting data access under certain conditions and denying it under others by using real-time risk analysis.

Advantages of Microsoft Power BI

Some of the reasons organizations choose Power BI to meet their self-service and enterprise business intelligence (BI) needs.

Constant innovation. The Power BI product is updated nearly every month with new features and functions.
Fast turnarounds and low costs. By analyzing the most recent data, businesses can make informed decisions regarding which markets are growing and which ones are under performing. Plus, the business retains ownership of the data always and can perform the analysis internally to save money.
The ability to easily embed BI and analytics in the app to deliver interactive reports and geo-map visualizations empowered by Bing maps.
Dashboards, reports, and datasets are at the heart of Power BI. Users can create personalized dashboards, which combine on-premises and cloud-born data in a single view, allowing them to monitor their most important data enterprise wide and from all their business apps.
The ability to connect to nearly any application or data source (literally hundreds of options), no matter whether those resources live in the cloud or on-premises. A few examples include Excel spreadsheets, GitHub, Mail Chimp, SharePoint, and Google Analytics.
Get unparalleled Excel integration. Anyone who’s familiar with Office 365 can easily connect Excel queries, data models, and reports to Power BI Dashboards—helping to quickly gather, analyze, publish, and share Excel business data in new ways.