Power BI

Enterprise Level Power BI Expertise

Prodata have been helping enterprise customers in Ireland with large scale Power BI implementations from 10 to 10,000 users. Whether you are using Prodata to build your reports or build a managed self service data platform with the correct security and governance we can help.

A special focus for Prodata is designing data security models to support say multi division or multi country access to corporate data via PowerBI and if needed SSAS.

Below are some of our award winning presentations on Power BI
CashFlow Modelling in Power BI for the Enterprise

The Irish Economic Crisis Visualised in Power BI

DAX Internals and Performance Experts

Prodata bring a world class understanding of the Internals and DAX language and Vertipaq Storage Engine beneath Power BI anbd its big brother, SSAS. All our consultants attend and follow training from the world leaders in DAX Tuning at https://www.sqlbi.com/

If you need a partner who deeply understands performance and DAX tuning, then talk to us

Community Recognition

Here at Prodata we help run the SQL Ireland user group including PowerBI Content. With initiatives such as SQL MasterClass, regular meetups and annual conferences such as SqlSaturday and Data Ceili.

From 2008 Bob Duffy has been awarded MVP in Data Platform from Microsoft for community services such as speaking at International / local events and organizing events for the Irish data community.

Power BI Blog Posts

Dealing with Blanks Ragged Hierarchies in PowerBI (ISINSCOPE)

While the Matrix Control does has some new features for automatically handling ragged hierarchies as described by Reza Rad and others  (https://radacad.com/removing-blanks-from-organizational-ragged-hierarchy-in-power-bi-matrix-visual), it falls short of what we want to achieve on most of my projects and still doesn’t come … Continue reading Dealing with Blanks Ragged Hierarchies in PowerBI (ISINSCOPE)

Using MAP Tool to Analyse IO for SQL Consolidation. Part II – Using Power Pivot

By Bob Duffy6. April 2011 11:43 As mentioned previously (http://blogs.prodata.ie/post/Using-MAP-Tool-and-Excel-to-Analyse-IO-for-SQL-Consolidation-Part-I-e28093-basic-distribution.aspx), the MAP tool has a nice database containing all your disk IOPS data and this is nicely contained in a single table called “performance_disk” We can use PowerPivot to analyse the … Continue reading Using MAP Tool to Analyse IO for SQL Consolidation. Part II – Using Power Pivot


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