No more boring Excel spreadsheets – discover Power BI

By Benno Daegling

April 6, 2022

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We call them data cemeteries, these huge tables that we encounter in many projects

We wanted to provide our customers with a more valuable data experience – and in Microsoft Power BI we found it.

The advantages are:

  1. Easy-to-read data through visual representations that highlight the most important and critical developments
  2. New data combinations by linking data from several databases for new meaningful KPIs
  3. One-time setup and automatic updating from then on – no more copy/paste and manual pivot tables

What are typical use cases?

  1. Transparency on the development of sales, turnover, costs and profit – broken down into all conceivable dimensions
  2. Market share compared to market potential by linking company data with publicly available data sources such as population trends or purchasing power
  3. Optimization of conditions, pricing strategies and promotions

What are the special use cases in aviation?

  1. Ancillary price control and pricing with automated demand-oriented offer management
  2. Dynamic pricing also for ancillary offers
  3. Control for revenue management, as historical data no longer provides a basis for demand forecasts

What else?

The use cases in which Power BI can be used are endless. Think about tracking service levels, customer loyalty profitability, warehouse optimization and much more.

Take a look at our project examples and contact us for more information or a free evaluation of the possibilities that Power BI has in store for you.

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