All businesses need to stay ahead of their competition. Being data driven is key to this. Organisations are increasingly investing in analytics and visualisation tools that deliver quick, actionable insights that are easy to read from their data. The most powerful platform for such business intelligence is Microsoft’s Power BI.
Power BI recently its first birthday this year, and what a birthday it will be. Priding itself on its ability to constantly shift towards business needs, BI has seen a total of 535 updates in the last year alone. It is this dynamism which has placed Power BI at the top of the scale maintaining Microsoft’s standing as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms.
Power BI’s ability to bring previously disparate data sources together in an automated and highly visual way makes it openly accessible for even the most technically challenged. What’s more, it comes at a great price for those with a tight budget. Rather than spending huge amounts of time putting together reports, individuals are looking at the data and driving actionable insights on the spot and in an affordable way. At £6.20 per user per month it is incredibly cost effective way to do all of the above. Microsoft have recently added Cobweb to their partner showcases. These include:
Fitbit Face-Off Showcase
Customer Services Showcase
IT Infrastructure Monitoring Showcase
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Over the coming month we will be launching some exciting content, but in the meantime find out more about Power BI and join 200,000 other organisations using Microsoft’s Power BI today.
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