Updated: Aug 4, 2021
Since Microsoft Power BI was introduced in July 2015, it has enjoyed fantastic reception in the market. The service's "seconds to signup, minutes to wow" approach has helped Power BI deploy in thousands of manufacturing organizations.
As Power BI's adoption evolved from individuals to include teams, the need for new capabilities continues to evolve with it. Manufacturers that are adopting Power BI are demanding increased performance, complete governance and control, and the ability to deploy reports and dashboards to a large number of employees, in a cost-effective way.
Great storytelling with data is often the key to making insights both memorable and understandable. In this session, you will learn how to use Power BI to create reports that tell compelling stories. Tips and tricks are covered for turning basic data visuals into interesting stories as well how to distribute your Power BI stories in SharePoint Online or by publishing them to the web. We'll also touch on how to integrate with Microsoft Sway, to create teams and collaborative conversations, and the Power BI Data Stories Gallery.
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