Seven Things to Have for Successful BI Project

This article will focus on reasons why BI projects fail at such a high rate and what companies could do to avoid falling short. Find out seven things that a successful team should do to successfully implement a BI project.

How Low-code Tools Are Changing BI Landscape

The rise of low-code / no-code tools is making BI accessible to more users. The lowering of data science and IT skillset entry barrier expanded a pool of potential users and led to the evolution of citizen data scientists.

Powering Up Supply Chain Management With BI

The true power of BI is about providing detailed information and actionable insights. When SCM managers know all the small details of their supply chains, they can improve operations and customer service, reduce costs and get better deals with logistics vendors.

Microsoft to Help KPMG Boost Digital Transformation

KPMG is improving its workplace using the Microsoft 365 suite, as well as Azure and Azure AI, which will be used as the main pillar of a new common, cloud-based platform. The platform is expected to improve KPMG’s digital products with new changes in cloud-based audit, tax solutions and risk management capabilities.

Journalism of Tomorrow: Storytelling with BI

By effectively using data-driven stories, journalists can change the nature of news reporting, bringing back public trust and engagement, the two important things journalism seems to have lost over the recent years.

BI-powered visualizations are no longer just a cool feature that can be embedded in online tech magazines, but soon to be a mainstream form of storytelling and already an essential tool for the journalists of tomorrow.

To Thrive Banks Should Bank on BI

As competition in the banking sector has become stiffer than ever, especially with the digitalization of the financial industry, banks have been looking how to improve their efficiency. A right BI solution for a bank can be the difference between growth and decline.

Using IF Function in DAX

Using IF Function in DAX

Watch our short and simple explanation of using the IF function in DAX. The IF function checks if a given expression is true or false, and returns one value when it’s true, otherwise it returns a second value.