Power On Apps built by Centida. Driver-based Revenue Planning With driver-based Revenue Planning, users can login to Power BI, enter and modify metrics that drives their business. When users save their modifications with ‘Save Changes’, all metrics in the model is recalculated on the fly, and all Power BI visuals are updated instantly. The slicers[…]
Power BI – Visual Planning* Innovates and Disrupts Traditional Corporate Planning Processes! There is a new way to do Corporate Planning. Businesses are currently wasting time and resources on intricate budget processes. No more. With Power BI and Visual Planning, users take advantage of an easy to use and app-like interface, powerful predictive analytics, and[…]
On the same day we launched Visual Planning for Power BI, FSN – “The Modern Finance Forum”, launched a survey that concluded that organizations not tied only to Financial Data, but included more non-financial/operation/forecasting data are performing better. Not shocking really. Power BI is here to help finance and operations make better decisions. “Organizations that[…]
History For many years the CPM Team (Finance) and BI Team(Operations) has had a tug of war over what data is the best measurement for sales, cost of goods and expenditures. By nature, Finance and Operations are focused on measuring different metrics, but does the data sources have to be different? The answer has been[…]
At the PASS BA conference in May, Power ON launched Drag and Drop visuals for Power BI on a Surface Tablet. Click on the video to see it in action. Click to see the video:
In Paul Turley’s blog post PowerON BI – Write-back to Power BI and SSAS tabular for forecasting and planning I’ve used the Power Update tool from Power On in the past. When I saw the Power Planner demonstrated, the simplicity and ease-of-use just knocked my socks off. The ability to write-back forecast data and[…]
Power Planner is the first CPM suite for Power BI. More users are getting used to using touchscreens, and Power Planner now introduces Visual Planning. Just use your hand or mouse, and just drag any datapoint to the target value.