Microsoft Power BI Software


 

Microsoft Power BI is a web-based business analytics and data visualization platform that is suitable for businesses of all sizes. It monitors important organizational data and also from all apps used by organizations. Microsoft Power BI provides tools to quickly analyze, transform and visualize data, and also share reports.

Microsoft Power BI offers SQL Server Analysis Services through which users can quickly build reusable models using the overall data. The software enables users to integrate their apps, so as to deliver reports along with real-time dashboards.

Microsoft Power BI also provides self-service access to major third-party cloud sources such as GitHub, Zendesk, Marketo and Salesforce.

Microsoft Power BI is available both in free and paid (Pro) versions. The free version is not limited by any time period; however data of only 1GB per user can be analyzed. Otherwise, it costs $10 per user per month for 10GB storage.

 

Microsoft Power BI - Metrics dashboard
 
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    Metrics dashboard
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    Public preview
  • Microsoft Power BI - Retail analysis sample
    Retail analysis sample
  • Microsoft Power BI - Sales manager
    Sales manager
  • Microsoft Power BI - Share dashboard
    Share dashboard
  • Microsoft Power BI - Travel analysis
    Travel analysis
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10

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Michael from The Spur Group
Specialty: Consulting
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Excellent tool for presenting data; still some bugs to work out

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The ease of presenting data to executives and evaluating scenarios helps me run my organization. We have started to move more and more of our charts and graphs out of excel and into PowerBI.

Cons

There are a number of bugs, and the pricing is very complex and confusing for a small organization.

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Dipesh from Northern Illinois University
Specialty: Banking & Financial Services
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Powerfull Reporting tool

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I love this tool for its easy connectivity with excel and having all features and types of chart for Dashboard. It is simple and user friendly

Cons

I haven't seen a lot of cons for this tool. However, this tool becomes slow if we process millions of records.

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Jonelene from Pace Sensors Limited
Specialty: Manufacturing
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Thumbs up for Power BI

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Power Bi is great help on transforming data to more visualized forms. Aside from that it is easy to share and great for presentation.

Cons

Power BI user needs knowledge and expertise on other Microsoft software. but at the end it will worth to spend for training.

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Denis from DBI
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

May 2018

May 2018

MS Power BI - take your business to the next level

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If you want to understand in what direction to move your business, to be always up to date, to receive data from anywhere in the world and from any device MS Power BI definitely your choice.

Pros

You can access your data from anywhere in the world from any device and always keep abreast of your business.
Great product from Microsoft. Easily connects to a large number of systems, can combine data from different sources. A large number of built-in reports and dashboards, informative charts that give a visual representation of your data. You can drill down into your data, publish your reports online, pleased with the opportunity to cost reports offline, followed by their publication. Deep integration with MS Office.

Cons

Really it is very difficult to distinguish what the cons on the background of a very large number of advantages. The only thing you will have to spend the time and effort is of course learning without which I think can not do everywhere, no matter what product started studying. The only sad thing is that to learn MS Power BI is possible only using your work account from Microsoft.

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Abbas from Asia Society
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Cheaper alternative to Tableau

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Rich data visualization tool, cloud based or locally installed. Very nimble, excellent value for money compared to Tableau. Also, easier to pick up and deploy.

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Requires some/advanced knowledge of Excel pivot tables, dependent on Microsoft membership (Office365), not as feature-rich as Tableau.

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Angelo from CTS Industries
Specialty: Manufacturing
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

May 2018

May 2018

Amazing

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It is wildly powerful. And a beautiful and succinct way to display data and run analysis on sales, etc.

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The learning curve is steep. Not to be attempted by anyone without a working knowledge of databases or computers in general.

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Kartikk from UnitedLex Corporation
Specialty: Legal
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Great Business Intelligence Tool

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Provides eye opening analytics and business intelligence. Allows different ways to slice and dice the data.

Cons

Microsoft can do a better job of explaining all the different features and capabilities of this tool.

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Gargi Singh from Nyu
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Great for creating Visualizations

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Great for creating reports for distributing within the organization

Pros

Using Microsoft BI I have easily able to create business and analytics relevant visualization pretty quickly.

Cons

It sometimes feels a bit clustered, but once you get a knack for it, won't be noticeable for long.

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Jenny from A.Y. McDonald
Specialty: Manufacturing
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Power BI is easy to use and visually stimulating

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Power BI is easy to use and as a Microsoft user, I like that it has a familiar feel. Also, the data visualization is amazing!

Cons

On the free version, it only refreshes on a daily basis. Having issues with total sales in Power Bi and Epicor not matching.

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Michael from CBCC
Specialty: Healthcare / Social Services
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Not simple enough for daily use

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Creates good reports, access to multiple data locations, and easily deployed. Can be automated for corporate reports.

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Not reliable - in the sense that this or crystal reports is typically setup - you are using this as a bridge to fix a badly setup database, needing to pull data from multiple locations, or one that doesn't have good reporting built in. The interface is too busy and hard to navigate when you just want to pull some data. Typically need a couple people dedicated to creating reports in power BI, for anything really on demand, easier to export raw data and use excel.

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Yoga from Sonifi solutions
Specialty: Hospitality / Gaming
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Microsoft Power BI

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Easy to create a report without much training. UI seems to be very much impressive. Fancy reporting features.

Cons

Too confusion on licensing with respect to the users and memory. seems to be expensive. good only for small scale companies. Doesn't have feature for outside network users/clients.

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rohit from Integrated Resources
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Great for Viewing reports

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Pros

It comes with Office 365 so no need to buy it differently alone. You can just add it on your office 365 subscription.

Cons

Free version does not allow you to do the things as compared to other BI tools available so be aware of that.

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Sajid from Zameen.com
Specialty: Real Estate
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

April 2018

April 2018

A great BI tool with lots of room for development

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Pros

Power BI is free to use initially and users can utilize this to get hands-on experience with the tool. Set of visualizations is great.

Cons

Expensive web-based deployment. The ETL process still has a lot of room for development. DAX support is great.

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Myca from United Methodist Communications
Specialty: Non-Profit
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

April 2018

April 2018

Excellent Visual Dashboarding Tool

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If you already have a data warehouse, Power BI may be the ideal option for small- to mid-size businesses. If you're looking for a simple dashboarding tool with only 1-2 data sets that you're bringing in that don't need data transformation -- also a great fit.

Pros

When one of my team members recently wanted to use this tool to create dashboards, I had no idea how powerful a free tool could be! She was able to create truly beautiful and useful dashboards in a short period of time after learning Power BI. I loved the innate integration with Google Analytics and Facebook.

Cons

While the interface is really easy to get started on, there are some serious limitations on the amount of data that can be brought into the platform. Any calculations must be done outside of PowerBI, using the DAX language. This is pretty frustrating, and vendors that I'm speaking with are quoting tens of thousands of dollars to build a data warehouse for transformation before using PBi for display.

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Michael from C3i Solutions, Inc
Specialty: Healthcare / Social Services
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Microsoft Power BI - Putting the Data First

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Extremely easy to use for average data/excel users. Puts formerly enterprise-class tools in your hands and makes it easy to mine important trends from data

Cons

Limiting access to one domain is frustrating when needing to share data outside org; Making weblinks public limit usefulness for data availability/security concerns.

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Judith from Stoneleaf Construction, LLC
Specialty: Construction / Contracting
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

March 2018

March 2018

One tool for Business intelligence solution

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Power BI is awesome for companies which use Microsoft products on daily basis and for experienced excel users. if you got both things this is the low price answer to handle the data of the company.

Pros

To start it is important to tell that Power BI, as is part of Microsoft business suite, is linked to other tools as Excel and SQL Server. Therefore the integration of the data of the company in one place is very easy.
Power BI has a very good capabilities for report visualization, having more than 10 different kinds of charts you are able to represent the data of the company in a huge variety of formats making analysis pretty fast and easy.
Let me tell you the database connectivity capabilities are outstanding with excellent cloud based connections as well.

Cons

Using Power BI will be challenging if you are not a powerful Excel user.
It has no way to clean up wrong data. The system assumes the data you are pulling in has good quality.
Power BI sometimes is too complex to use because has many options to handle data and setting it for the first time becomes hard.

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Brent from KSMC
Specialty: Consulting
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

March 2018

March 2018

Power BI

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Ease of use. With little technical knowledge it was easy to select the appropriate data sources and create visualizations.

Cons

Some of the advanced views that are more pertinent, are not available as choices for displaying the data.

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Milan from SCEPTER d.o.o.
Specialty: Distribution
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

March 2018

March 2018

director

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Expecting more possibility to externaly share reports

Pros

It's usable and allow new way of managing data for Bussines desicion. Good figure is also direct connection with different DB's

Cons

Possibility to prepare very demanded analysis with existing data whic is inpossible with ERP system

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Carlos from alcecal.com
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

February 2018

February 2018

Power Bi its changing the way we interact with data, information and decision making

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Data is the new petroleum, Information is the new combustible; and Power BI will boost this challenging new world of information and analysis.

Pros

For the last 30 years I have been using Excel to work with Tables, Filters, Functions, Formulas, Conditional formatting, Graphs, Pivot tables, Segmentation and VBA to register data and analyze information.

That was great. But now, with the huge amount of data, available from many sources and Excel limitations, we needed something more robust and Microsoft launched Power BI.

I have been using it for more than a year. Now I don’t use pivot tables and graphs for analysis anymore, I use Power BI visualizations to represent and summarize the data.

With it’s impressive tools including geolocalization, I have found more effective ways to convert, transform, represent, analyze and make better decisions and planning with Power BI.

It’s ecosystem composed of Power Bi Desktop, Power BI Services (in the cloud) and Power Bi apps, has allowed me to find very innovative and productive ways to monitor the performance of my business and improve communication with my clients

Cons

It is in continuous development.

The first week of each month, Microsoft releases a new version of Power Bi, so we have to keep us updated to use the program efficiently.

But the pros outweigh the cons.

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Jacob from Loras College
Specialty: Education
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

February 2018

February 2018

Very easy to use and creates stunning visualizations

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Pros

The types of visualizations you can create are phenomenal!! The charts and graphs are stunning and fairly easy to use. If you have a decent background is making charts with Excel you should have no problem with Power BI. The interface is user-friendly and you have the ability to make powerful findings.

Cons

I wish there was a way to clean the data better in power BI. I clean the data in the Excel spreadsheet before going to use Power BI. This is only one shortcoming of an otherwise powerful tool.

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Peter from Publishing Company
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

May 2018

May 2018

A good idea but pricing models difficult to understand

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I think the product is great and a fantastic add on to other products. Speed of the application is generally good and the ability to link to multiple sources is great

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I've found that increasingly this is being used as an add-in for developers to require to be able to make reports work. I would like to see more transparent pricing for users which are not administration users.

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Shivakant from Micro Focus

March 2018

March 2018

Power BI Best Features

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Easy to use business analytics tool.

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It's usable and allow the new way of managing data for Bussines decision. The good figure is also the direct connection with different DB's.

Cons

The least likable things is so flexible at times it can be hard to narrow down how to show a particular data set. It is not as intuitive as it could be navigated.

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Xiao from Icf

February 2018

February 2018

Ok experience with SSRS

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you can write sql to pull data from database. Easy to filter and transform the data before start to create report. You can also directly use a stored procedure as source...

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Building report and create visualization is not so intuitive and wish can add power bi functionality to SSRS.

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October 2017

October 2017

Analytics Dashboard for everyone

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It's easy to use, better than biggest alternatives (I've tested Qlik and TableAu) and I've chosen Power BI

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There need some expertise with other Microsoft Office products, and a little programming skills / SQL

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March 2017

March 2017

A pretty reporting tool for some (!) Microsoft Products, but pretty much useless outside of the Microsoft Landscape

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In light of the hype around this "Tableau destroyer" in recent months, I want to highlight some fundamental flaws in data connectivity and reports maintenance of Power BI, which the Product Team so far has turned down as "not in scope". In practice, though, this renders Power BI pretty useless for getting dara from any 3rd party products, in the cloud in particular.

This review reflects Power BI as of mid March 2017. I have gathered my knowledge from testing, community interaction and a dozen tickets with Power BI Pro Support. The focus lies on getting data via Web Services, much aligned with Microsoft’s «Cloud First» Strategy.

1) Power BI Online is in the cloud, but does not allow for HTTP calls. Power BI Desktop allows for HTTP calls, but only with static authentication parameters.
First of all, a distinction needs to be made between Power BI Online and Power BI Desktop. While Power BI Online is the "master" that ultimately allows you to share and publish your reports, user experience in design is diminished by HTML limitations (you may know from Word or Excel Online) and more importantly, data connectivity (Get Data) is limited to SQL Servers on Azure and about 20 to 30 plugins from 3rd party solutions at present. Take note that on Power BI Online, you cannot select or manage your Gateways, either.

This brings the attention to the Power BI Desktop client. Updated every one to two months, the Desktop client brings data connectors necessary to connect to a larger number of data sources.
With the Web connector, HTTP calls been configured, although with just static headers and parameters and Basic and Windows authentication only. Importantly, though, Power BI Desktop includes Microsoft Power Query, which you may know from Excel 2016 already. With M Scripts, you can script and customise in many ways and most interestingly, convert it into table form quickly. This is where Power Query shines. However, Power Query does not seem to call on methods for nonces and timestamps required in token based authentication (OAuth for example). (Should this be incorrect, please please let me know. I have been browsing the fora and nagging Support too long already.)
What’s really amusing here is that Microsoft Azure uses OAuth 2.0 themselves. So, you cannot run any reporting on Microsoft’s Azure AD or Resource Manager database for example, a notorious blackbox. Back to Powershell. (Power BI does not accept Powershell feeds.)
In short, while Power BI Online does not allow to get any data out of the web (except for those 20 to 30 plugins, mostly Microsoft Products), Power BI Desktop allows for Web calls, but only with static parameters and thus, basically with your user credentials.
That’s a big limitation in Data Connectivity.

2) With Power BI Online being the master, the HTTP calls cannot be scheduled or refreshed in the cloud.

Now that you have configured your HTTP call (with risky user credentials), you want to publish your report and have it refreshed on a scheduled basis, say every day.
Tough luck.
While you can publish your Report to Power BI Online and subsequently a broader audience, it’s a static image of your Desktop data. You cannot schedule a data refresh in Power BI Online (because there is no Web feature anyway) and you cannot even refresh the data manually as this requires republishing the Report anew.
You risk your management looking at outdated data whenever you forgot to republish your report and sneak the new URL into your dashboards and iframes.

3) The On-Premises Data Gateway is pretty useless for Web Services.
Yes, there is the On-Premises Data Gateway. Yes, you can configure Web Services in the gateway, although it’s pretty ironic to route web calls via on-premises infrastructure.
But did you ever try it? That is, you cannot specify any HTTP headers fort he calls at all, lest writing a Power Query script. And thus, we are back at authentication via Basic and Windows only and writing REST scripts in the data source for every single HTTP call because with no Headers and Body, all parameters need to be coded in the URI.
Will you do that?

At the end of the day, Power BI is Microsoft's long overdue acknowledgement that Excel and some Dynamics Reports do not cut it for Reporting purposes. Indeed, for reporting on SQL Server, Dynamics 365 (if you want to afford it), and Excel and Access databases stored in your OneDrive, Microsoft Power BI does a neat job.

However, as soon as you want to integrate with 3rd party systems or via web services in particular, Power BI presents so many limitations in authentication, Header and Body configuration, scripting, and scheduling that you need to configure an entire SQL Server environment (on Azure or On-Premises via feature poor Gateway) and write a SQL CRL interface or buy Azure Data Factory to get that data in.

For some pretty reports, do you really want to buy and customise all that BI infrastructure on Azure?


My advice to Microsoft: Work on Data Connectivity, especially in Power BI Online, rather than more visuals for those limited data sources. Your Microsoft clients will consider Power BI a given for the utter lack of reporting in Office 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365 (yes, pushing it there).
My advice to Users: If the connectors are not listed, look somewhere else. (And make sure it’s your use case that is listed. Power BI announced an Azure AD connector, but rather than reporting on Users, Groups, or Enterprise Apps, you can only see on a nice map where the last logins happened.)

Is it a Tableau destroyer? No. It’s a long overdue acknowledgement for necessary reporting with the potential of being a solid Business Intelligence solution ONCE focus comes to lie more on data.

Pros

pretty visuals
Power Query
On-premises Data Gateway
responsible Pro Support

Cons

lack of data sources
pretty useless for 3rd Party Web Sources

Advice to Others

My advice to Microsoft: Work on Data Connectivity, especially in Power BI Online, rather than more visuals for those limited data sources. Your Microsoft clients will consider Power BI a given for the utter lack of reporting in Office 365, Azure, or Dynamics 365 (yes, pushing it there).
My advice to Users: If the connectors are not listed, look somewhere else. (And make sure it’s your use case that is listed. Power BI announced an Azure AD connector, but rather than reporting on Users, Groups, or Enterprise Apps, you can only see on a nice map where the last logins happened.)

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Price from FPT

December 2016

December 2016

A Growing Tribe of Apps and Visualizations

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For an easy self-service business intelligence (BI) tool that is mostly free, Microsoft Power BI continues to expand and gain new features almost monthly. What started as primarily an add-in for the Microsoft ecosystem has now developed into a more fully functional package that ranks at the top of the self-service BI space. For this reason and more, it wins one of our Editors' Choice awards in this self-service BI tool review roundup (the other award goes to competitor Tableau Desktop$999.00 at Tableau Software). There are more than 40 different data sources that can be accessed with Microsoft Power BI, including Hadoop and QuickBooks Online$39.95 at Intuit (through oAuth), Tableau Desktop, Google Analytics, and numerous enterprise data sources.
Microsoft is continually adding new connectors such as ones for MailChimp databases (so you can monitor data and trends about your mailing list campaigns, reports, and individual subscribers). Microsoft also gives you the ability to directly query Structured Query Language (SQL) databases on SQL Server and in the Microsoft Azure cloud as well as Spark-based data sources.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Barb Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

November 2017

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Doug from Binary Anvil
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

February 2017

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Carlos from JF Hillebrand Global Beverage Logistics
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

January 2017

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Tom from Vigilant.IT
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

October 2016

October 2016

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Rajesh from smartShift Technologies
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

August 2016

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Zakaria from LVMH
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

August 2016

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Bjoern from Navinos
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

April 2016

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