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Directions EMEA 2022

Why are Dataflows so interesting for Power BI and Business Central?

Date: 10-11-2022 | From: 14:00 to 14:45 | Room: Hall E

As data volume continues to grow, so does the challenge of wrangling that data into well-formed, actionable information.

Once you’ve created a dataflow, you can use Power BI Desktop and the Power BI service to create datasets, reports, dashboards, and apps that leverage the Common Data Model to drive deep insights into your business activities.

In this session I will demo how you can create reusable dataflows and consume them in Power BI, based using the Business Central dataflow connector.

Speakers:

Renato Fajdiga

Renato Fajdiga

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Bio: Renato Fajdiga is a Microsoft Dynamics NAV/365 Business Central consultant and blogger with more than five years of experience in implementing Dynamics NAV/365 Business Central. He is currently an ERP product manager for Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations and consultant for Dynamics 365 Business Central, where he works on implementing various Dynamics 365 solutions. From fall 2018, he is MVP and MCT with a focus on Business Applications, especially Dynamics 365 Business Central, Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate. He enjoys in everyday learning of new technologies and concepts that optimize customers' processes. Sometimes he gets inspiration and dives into code, but one thing which is for sure his motivation is to solve problems with Dynamics 365 Business Central posted by the community.

Steven Renders

Steven Renders

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Bio: Steven is a trainer/consultant, with skills spanning business and technical domains, with more than 20 years of experience. He provides training and consultancy focused on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central and Power BI. Steven is a Partner at Plataan.tv, based in Belgium. Plataan is a leading off and online learning company. Plataan helps organizations and individuals excel through learning and training programs. On Januari 1st, 2016, Steven received the Microsoft® MVP Award. This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. Steven is the author of the books: - Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009: Professional Reporting - Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015: Professional Reporting Specialties: • Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central • Business Intelligence & Reporting