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How to effectively use Power BI for Data Analysis | Training at ExecuTrain

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727 North Waco Avenue

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Wichita, KS 67203

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On October 24-26, ExecuTrain of Wichita is offering hands-on training that will provide students with a solid understanding of how to use Power BI as a tool for analyzing data. We'll cover creating visualizations, the Power BI Service, and the Power BI Mobile App. Click here for a detailed outline.

Power BI is a suite of business analytics tools that deliver insights throughout your organization. Connect to hundreds of data sources, simplify data prep, and drive ad hoc analysis. Produce beautiful reports, then publish them for your organization to consume on the web and across mobile devices. Everyone can create personalized dashboards with a unique, 360-degree view of their business. And scale across the enterprise, with governance and security built-in.



After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Perform Power BI desktop data transformation.
  • Describe Power BI desktop modelling.
  • Create a Power BI desktop visualization.
  • Implement the Power BI service.
  • Describe how to connect to Excel data.
  • Describe how to collaborate with Power BI data.
  • Connect directly to data stores.
  • Describe the Power BI developer API.
  • Describe the Power BI mobile app.


Instructor: As an experienced project manager, implementer and trainer, Paige Rodgers has been providing project management, consulting and training in the IT industry since 1999 - delivering solutions to a large variety of companies. She specializes in Microsoft Dynamics, SQL Server and PowerBI. When she isn’t working, Paige is an avid runner, swimmer and triathlete.

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727 North Waco Avenue

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