Data is king. More and more so businesses are looking to make data-driven decisions, to understand and visualise their customers and processes better, and make informed innovations. This desire for connected and clearly presented data is satiated in the integration of Microsoft Dynamics and Power BI.
Business users may face a variety of productivity challenges. One such particular challenge is the reception of various, disparate forms of data information (e.g., charts in emails, spreadsheets, printed hand-outs). Disparity makes this information difficult to search, locate, validate, and utilise effectively. Consequently, many are trying to centralise their people and process data in CRM and ERP solutions such as Microsoft Dynamics. In uniting the capabilities of Dynamics with the compelling reporting options available within Power BI, users can access centralised data through live dashboards, making this data more visually compelling and easily engaging for a multitude of users, whether in browser or on mobile devices. All this allows users to work more productively, making thoroughly informed decisions.
So, what are these tools and what do they really do?