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Power BI has taken the world by storm and for good reason. This incredible business analytics solution lets you visualize your data and share insights across your organization or embed them in your app or website. You can connect to hundreds of data sources and bring your data to life with live dashboards and reports.
But if you’re already using Power BI, here’s the question: Is your team bogged down by your Power BI development backlog or unable to stay up to date with the changes that enhance your environment? This can lead to bad development practices and a reduction in productivity. As always, we’re here to help.
In a recent webinar, Andie Letourneau shares her tips and tricks for managing development backlog and keeping in the know of the Power BI features that make your reports and dashboards shine. She starts by discussing how to rein in your report development backlog and tools to use to track that backlog.
She then digs into how to manage the backlog with simple steps such as removing duplicates, estimating work effort and prioritizing. From there she’ll discuss how we can make reports themselves more efficient like creating a measures table and using source control and some of the wide array of choices we have for source control.
This webinar includes demos as well as a wealth of Andie’s best tips and tricks for managing your Power BI development backlog; watch the complete webinar below. To view the slides from the presentation, click here.
Other ways we help keep you up-to-date on the constant changes in Power BI is our blog and video series, Power BI Monthly Digest and our free weekly webinars and training offerings.
Another way we can help is with our Power BI Managed Services. Keeping up with your Power BI reports and dashboards can be difficult. With our Power BI Managed Services, you can use our training and expert services for everything from report design to administration. We take all the management and administrative hassles off your hands, so you can spend your time growing your business.
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