If you’re already making business decisions based on the data and analytics you’re collecting, that’s great. But how trustworthy is that information? Ask yourself, how was that data collected in the first place? If the data was put in manually by your employees, you have to admit there could be some level of human error. All it takes is one typo, and your data no longer serves you. Mistakes do happen, even with the best employees. These mistakes can be costly to your business. Depending on your business, these mistakes could be disastrous. Power BI is the tool companies use
Effective organizational decision-making is reacting to what’s currently happening in your business utilizing data analytics. For clarity, data analytics refers to modifying raw data into a usable format. But, as any business leader can attest, having easily accessible, insightful data from disparate sources often seems like a pipe dream. James Bradshaw of Ernst & Young states, “To be truly successful, organizational leadership must agree that data is an asset worth investing in. From the boardroom to the C-suite, this focus on data and analytics driving decision making is crucial.” So, how do you untangle your data into the meaningful information
As we move towards the holiday season, let’s review what the Power BI team has been up to over the summer and early fall of 2021.