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All organizations generate reams of data. This, in turn can be used to make insightful decisions, through focused efforts in a timely manner.
However, when left unattended, this data can go from being comprehensive and streamlined, to unrelated, haphazard and time-consuming. Power BI uses machine learning and predictive analysis to take you from data, to result.
It provides valuable insights based on real time data, as well as interactive dashboards and informative reports which can empower industries to differentiate themselves and make data-driven decisions.
Power BI helps you consign the frustrations of manual Excel data-crunching to a thing of the past. With Microsoft’s Power BI, you now have access to the most dynamic and powerful business analytics tool out there, so you can automate your reporting to free up time and speed up your decision-making!
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Why Microexcel Power BI consulting?
As a leading Microsoft gold partner and expert on Office 365 migration, Microexcel will help you build efficient business systems and migrate to and implement Power BI in an efficient manner. Our experienced Microsoft Power BI consultants will create a business intelligence road-map to help you identify your business objectives and analyze your existing data to keep your BI goals aligned with your business strategies.
Discover how to simplify business processes and improve and enhance workflows with Microsoft’s Power BI.
If you’re looking for apps to solve your businesses’ specific challenges, Microsoft PowerApps is the way forward. With PowerApps you can empower your teams to quickly and easily create custom business apps from scratch and achieve better results – all without writing a single line of code.
Microsoft PowerApps allows you to get more out of your data. Built on the foundation of the Common Data Model and with Common Data Service for Apps built in, PowerApps stores your data in a standardised format making it easy to build and run apps using the same data.
Dynamics 365 applications are natively built on it, so you can build apps without needing additional data integration. Microsoft PowerApps also integrates with Power BI to drive business analytics on your data for fast and informed decision making.
There are many features and benefits to using Microsoft PowerApps, here are some of them
Superior data integration
Boosted staff productivity
Automated processes and functions
Control, security and compliance
As a leading Microsoft gold partner and expert on Office 365 migration, Microexcel will help you migrate to and implement PowerApps in an efficient manner. Discover how to simplify business processes and create the kind of apps you need with Microsoft’s PowerApps.
Any business, large or small, depend on content and business processes. And while SharePoint is a great platform to store and collaborate on documents and content, static content must go hand in hand with business process.
To create these business processes or workflows – which could range from simple form approvals to complicated purchase orders/financial transactions – Microsoft presents Microsoft Flow.
Just like many other offerings from Microsoft, Flow is a new app that is part of Office 365 suite. It is included in most of Office 365 subscriptions and can be accessed via Office 365 app launcher. It employs a graphical user interface that allows you to automate business processes by building workflows based on certain triggers and actions.
Microsoft Flow can also interact with other applications like MailChimp, DropBox, Twitter, SharePoint, and OneDrive. While it is independent of SharePoint, both are tightly integrated since Flow, just like SharePoint, is part of the Office 365 family.
Integrated into SharePoint lists and libraries, you can start building flows right from within Custom Lists and Modern SharePoint Document Libraries and you can access Microsoft Flow via Web Browser, Flow Tile, or Mobile app.
With Microsoft Flow, you can easily:
- Create flows to get notifications, manage your work, and trigger manual responses.
- Use different connectors to exchange data between SharePoint and various Microsoft and third-party services.
- Create new items and documents and update them in SharePoint Online, as well as send notifications whenever these items are created.
- Create custom APIs.
- Use Twilio to support text messages.
- Use flow mobile app for iOS or Android.
- Use Azure Blob Storage, Resource Manager, and DocumentDB and connect to PowerBI.
- Create environments, manage permissions, and set up Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies using its Admin Center.
- Introduce more workflow features to Office 365 and Dynamics 365.
- Save hashtag tweets in a SharePoint list.
- Create CRM entities based on a SharePoint list.
- Share files between SharePoint and OneDrive, Dropbox, and even SharePoint itself.