Rebooting your Data Analysis Strategy with the Power Platform and Microsoft365

 
English Introductory Analytics

For many businesses setting up a data strategy can be expensive. If you have relatively small numbers of users, the costs can appear prohibitive. This is no longer the case with the Power Platform. This session is based on real-life customer implementations where they migrated from their Excel, Microsoft Access and custom line of business based reporting solutions towards the Power Platform. We show how we started with Power BI and evolved into a comprehensive solution that combines SharePoint Online, Team and Power Automate with PowerBI to provide an end to end reporting solution. Format PowerPoint with plenty of demonstrations of how this system was built and how you can start approaching this type of project. Technologies covered Power BI Power Automate Teams Sharepoint Online Excel

Speaker

Mark Hayes

Data & Power Platform Consultant

Mark (Certified Business Intelligence Professional (CBIP), MPP - Data Science, MPP - Big Data) is a Microsoft Data Platform consultant and has worked with Microsoft data technologies since 2000. He has worked on hundreds of projects working with the MS SQL DB Engine, Analysis Services, SSIS, SSRS, PowerBI. Tabular, Flow and more. He is a regular speaker on Microsoft Data Platform topics and co-leader of the Cork SQL User Group, Cork PowerBI User Group, the Cork SQL Saturday and Data Céilí 2020.

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