Excel is still the budgeting tool of choice for most planning & forecasting processes. For single user planning requirements Excel is a great tool if there is not a lot of complexity in the data model and with minimal requirements to change model structures. As soon as multiple planners need to be involved and you […]
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In this blog we cover how to realize asymmetric reporting requirements dynamically in a Power BI Matrix or Pivot Table. This is a typical requirements in financial forecasting & reporting.
Excel is likely the most comprehensive, and widely used application software. In more than 20 years in the BI industry I still have yet to see a more versatile solution.
This month Microsoft released an integration with PowerApps in Power BI.
Over the years I have lost count how many times I have heard the mantra “Excel is just a toy you can’t use it for serious Business Intelligence”.