Executive Dashboards with Power BI
Break down data silos and have a consolidated view of your data available on your desktop, tablet or phone
Our Data Transformation Plan for Executive Dashboards with Power BI
- Schedule a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your unique challenges and opportunities.
- Leverage a Quick Start package to build a proof of concept BI dashboard that you can leverage in as little as 10 days. Understand how modern technologies work on your data to take the confusion out of data transformation for reporting and analytics. Track your performance metrics and improve operations.
- Extend your Quick Start solution by developing a production ready environment that improves your business and prevents you from lagging behind your competition.
Here are few examples of how you can leverage Analytics
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What are Executive Dashboards?
Dashboards consolidate data from across your organization and enable your management team to make better decisions. Just like on your car, a dashboard is meant to show the critical KPI’s or metrics that you need to focus on. Power BI dashboards can be accessed on your tablet or phone so you can stay on top of your business without being at your desk.
What are Operational Dashboards?
Operational Dashboards focus on a specific department or areas metrics. They can combine data from various systems to make it easy for your managers to spot trends and anomalies in their business units. The same data can be surfaced on the executive dashboard for a consistent information.
What are KPIs and Dashboards?
KPIs are Key Performance Indicators such as Average Time to Answer. The generally have an associated goals and compare the Actual to Goal in either the difference or as a percentage.
How do you Build Dashboards in Power BI?
Dashboards are built on the Power BI Service (PowerBI.com) within App workspaces. To build a dashboard you first build reports in Power BI Desktop. Then publish reports to the Microsoft Power BI service into the appropriate App. Individual visualizations can then be pinned to a dashboard. This enables you to mash up data visualizations from different reports into a single dashboard.
Learn more here – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/service-dashboard-create
What Data Sources can Power BI access?
Microsoft Power BI can access over 60 data sources from files, databases and online services.
Keep up with the changes from Microsoft at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/desktop-data-sources