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Data Storytelling: Next Chapter in Business Intelligence

Data Storytelling: Next Chapter in Business Intelligence

To tap into the full potential of data, we must learn how to present information in a way that lights up the parts of the brain responsible for emotions. This is where the art of storytelling comes into play. All the data we possess and many of the cutting-edge technologies, which help us to visualize stories, such as AI and augmented analytics, become irrelevant if we don’t know the foundations of good storytelling.

VIDEO: scenario analysis (part 2)

In this video, we’ll learn how to build the measures to calculate a percentage change in total sales when certain sales channels are selected. The example shows how the price increase in certain sales channels affects the overall sales.

VIDEO: scenario analysis (part 1)

VIDEO: scenario analysis (part 1)

In this video, we’ll learn how to do a scenario analysis using DAX. In the first part of the tutorial, we analyze how a price change affects total sales.

BI-powered Platforms Help Merchant Acquirers to Attract New Clients

BI-powered Platforms Help Merchant Acquirers to Attract New Clients

With rising competition and things rapidly changing in the payments industry, leading acquirers no longer serve just as a link between merchants, card issuers and payment schemes, but are quickly introducing additional value-added services to attract new clients. One of such useful extra services provided by banks and other acquirers are business intelligence (BI) based analytical platforms.

VIDEO: using SumIF and CountIF in Power BI

VIDEO: using SumIF and CountIF in Power BI

When people come from Excel to Power BI, they’re surprised to learn that there are no SumIF and CountIF functions in DAX. In this short video, we show how you can substitute SUMIF and COUNTIF using a few different solutions. Enjoy!

Russian Truck Manufacturer KAMAZ Introduced Power BI to Improve Quality Control

Russian Truck Manufacturer KAMAZ Introduced Power BI to Improve Quality Control

The quality control department of KAMAZ introduced the “Manager’s monitor” using Power BI. Dashboards are used to get insights to the most relevant information, quickly identify negative trends, and find potential solutions and growing points. Product managers, business process owners and deputy quality directors have access to the business intelligence tool.