Dashboards are a wonderful way to monitor your business, get quick and relevant reports, and glance quickly at important metrics. A Power BI dashboard is a one-page canvas that use visualizations to tell a story. Because the dashboard is limited to one page, a well-designed dashboard contains only the most important elements of that story.
A dashboard connects different tables and columns to create a meaningful visualization. Visualization elements like charts and graphs offer an overview of any business’ operations. Dashboards are extremely important for an organization’s stakeholders since multiple departments can access single-page dashboards come allowed them to understand their business.
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Features of Power BI dashboard
Featured dashboard showcased as a landing page
Combination of data from various datasets into a unified page
Easily customize tile sizes and orders with new features like video, image, text, and web
Data alerts on the dashboard tiles to show if certain information requires attention. goes beyond limits
Turn data into related insights based on patterns
Automatically refreshes when open for a long time
Sharing & real-time monitoring
Dashboard for specific user roles
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Human resources are a data driven function that juggles between the personalization and data collection. Power Bi dashboards and analytics are crucial for HR professionals to maintain this balance. Recently we created a Power BI dashboard which gives information to improve HR departments strategic personnel resource management.
The HR team uses the visual data to improve their decisions on hiring, onboarding, and retaining employees. These decisions can affect the organizations’ work environments, employee productivity, and possibly even the bottom line.
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Demographics- gender, ethnicity, designation, locations, seniority, etc.
The report below helps HR professionals analyze their employee data based on gender distribution, ethnicity, designation type, department, location, structure, job function , and tenure.
Awards- annual performances, award types, promotions, and raises
This dashboard showcases the different awards each teams received. The dashboard shows the yearly performance, award type, groups & designations.
Hiring Report with the number of applications, prospective employee demographics, and positions
This dashboard provides shows how you fill positions in your organization, plus additional positions filled by geography, gender, ethnicity & designation types.
Terminations based on demographic, location, job function, and tenure for terminated employees
This report analyzes the termination data of employees by gender, ethnicity, designation type, location, experience, job function , & tenure.
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Elements your Power BI Dashboard should comprise of
Before you start working on your Power BI dashboard, it is important to understand your audience and the dashboard goals. Once your audience is identified, you must jot down the required KPIs.
KPIs should be based on the person consuming the reports and accessing the dashboard. After selecting the KPIs, it is also important to identify how to display the data visually. You can use widgets like:
You can also customize the color schemes to make the dashboard attractive as well as meaningful.
What are the best BI tools?
BI visualization tools use popular software to gather, process, analyze, and visualize large volumes of past, current, and future data. This analysis generates actionable business insights, create interactive reports, and simplify the decision-making processes.
BI tools help organizations in multiple ways:
- They unify the data sources so data visualization can be done on a single plaftorm.
- They create a single source of truth and clean up redundant and duplicate data.
- They reduce the manual task of processing data in long and clumsy spreadsheets.
- Users can take full advantage of BI tools predictive analytics feature.
- Important decisions are made based on easily identified trends.
Some of the important BI tools are:
Microsoft Power BI is an analytics tool that helps in reporting, data mining and data visualization to provide business insights. Power BI have several inbuilt connectors that connect your data sources to real-time analytics.
You can progress to Power BI Pro and Power BI Premium depending on your enterprise needs with users ranging from small to large businesses. Beyond Key offers end to end Power BI consulting services assisting clients through all stages of the BI process from exploration to development, deployment, training, and ongoing support.Explore our Power BI Consulting Services
Domo is a self-service, cloud-based business intelligence platform that integrates data sources to prepare for data analysis. The platform uses this data to deliver insights, enable collaboration, and provide predictive analytics on both a micro and macro-level analysis.
Domo offers drag and drop integration and transformation features which produce real-time visualizations. You don’t need technical expertise to customize visualizations and pre-built dashboards, as this business intelligence tool makes it easy for you to turn raw data into comprehensive data stories.
Tableau is a visual analytics engine that creates interactive visual analytical dashboards. These dashboards are easy for non-technical analysts and end users to convert the data into understandable, interactive visuals and graphs. Tableau combines the data from public sources with your proprietary data, enabling new and useful insight. Tableau saves your IT team time and effort building these dashboards with reduced technical efforts.
MicroStrategy is an enterprise data warehouse analytics and reporting tool that generate comprehensive, insightful reports. This BI tool supports interactive dashboards, quality reports, scorecards, and several other reporting features that provide insights into the past, present, and future business trends. MicroStrategy has web, desktop (for developers), mobile BI, and Microsoft Office integration options.
Unlike other tools, MicroStrategy runs on ROLAP (Relational- Online Analytical Processing). sp users can drill down to the required data anywhere in the entire database that is a relational Db.
Compare the Top BI Tools:
Power BI vs Tableau vs Qlik vs Domo