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With 43 new features, improvements and bug fixes the 4.3 Update of Zebra BI visuals for Power BI is one of the most advanced so far. 🚀
Zebra BI visuals have been re-certified by the IBCS® association, meaning they comply with the highest standards of business reporting.
It has been 5 years already, and how far we came. Power BI is celebrating its fifth birthday this week and, in honor of that, the wonderful Power BI team at Microsoft will host a special live event to celebrate this special occasion.
We have just released the new version of our Power BI visuals, both Zebra BI Charts and Tables. In the update 4.2.0, a lot of highly-requested features have arrived in full strength, so let's dive in and see what changed. Up to 4 measures in a single table — Until now we supported 3 base […]
Power BI training for Government is a new online course by our friend, Warren Dean. Warren founded DataTale with the belief that with the advancements of business intelligence tools like Power BI, anyone with minimal training can effectively analyze their data to gain insights. He has been certified by Microsoft as a Data Analyst Associate […]
On Thursday, June 18th, 2020, Andrej appeared at the online event organized by the Power BI user group Hamburg. This time the main topic of his presentation was the IBCS-compliant reporting in Power BI. Power BI is an outstanding BI platform, however, it does fall short when it comes to financial reporting and advanced business […]
On Friday, June 6th, Our CEO Andrej Lapajne was guest at the live Youtube session hosted by Reza Rad. Reza is a Microsoft Regional Director and has more than 20 years’ experience in data analysis, BI, databases, programming, and development. He is also a co-founder of RADACAD, the channel of which the session was held at. On […]
With Power BI evolving each month, it is important to stay on top of it so you can use every feature to its fullest. In this webinar, our CEO, Andrej Lapajne, unveils his best tips and methods for designing dashboards, which will serve you well far into 2020 and allow you to stay ahead of your competition.