Why Planning & Write-back in Power BI?
Because to compete in today’s world you need to connect Analysis, Decisions, and Action. That means Analysis has to be more than read-only dashboards, drilldown, and ‘export to Excel’. It means enabling your people to Analyze, Enter Plans, even Manage Data, all in the same place.
Adding Power ON to your Power BI, you can do just that.
The Power ON Toolset
The quality of the Power ON documentation ensures that it’s a straight-forward process. Adding write back functionality to any Power BI dashboard is just a matter of drag and drop. The configuration settings for the extension object provide great flexibility, allowing you to customize how the end user will interact with the dashboard. End users love the added functionality Power On brings to their dashboards, and the number of use cases is continually growing.
Paul Leech, Senior Data Analyst
What Our Customers Are Saying
“Power ON Visual Planner is one of the most interesting and effective forecasting tools our leadership has seen.”
Travis Buckingham, Director of Finance & Accounting Data StrategyStewart Title
“Power ON BI opened new opportunities for analysts, managers, and customer representatives to collect data and make annotations directly from the Power BI interface. Missing or incorrect data from Salesforce can be seamlessly augmented from the same application serving support resources.”
Sr Manager, Reporting & AnalyticsFortune 50 Global Software Company
“We now confidently present timely, accurate reports to senior executives with much less effort, using Power ON inside Power BI.”
Carolina Deutschbein, BI Manager – ControllerBuyin
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