Today Microsoft released the October 2018 update of Power BI Desktop. One of the fabulous new features that has been released is the ability to get a visual profile of your data in Power Query BEFORE you load the data. This new feature is typical of the type of development effort Microsoft is investing in with its products. MS is trying to make your life easier by helping you with the tools you need to do the job without you having to do everything yourself from scratch.
Want to know how to manage receivables and collections management for your customers? Theo explained a few basic features for this in his last week’s blog, this blog goes more in to some details. Dynamics NAV has a solution in the core product that pulls together all of the relevant information accessible from one place to help.
A leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) software suite, Microsoft Dynamics NAV provides users with a range of specialized functionalities to enable better organization and control of assets. Central to this are the facilities that allow users to customize organization to best suit their business needs.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is the past, and Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central should be the future. According to the newest information, which appears and is updated each day, it is hard to follow up all the news. We have published earlier last week, just after the official announcement from Microsoft at Directions North America 2018, that the sales of the new NAV 2018 licences for the new customers will stop at January 1st, 2019. But last week Microsoft updated this information and extended the period of the new NAV 2018 license sales. It is April 1st, 2019 when Dynamics NAV 2018, sold via the DPL, will no longer be available for new customers.
One thing I often get asked is “How do I create good looking Power BI Reports?”. This is a very good question and unfortunately the answer is not straight forward. I like to think of the visual appeal as the “Art” of communicating data insights. The other major consideration is “what and how” to communicate – I think of this as the “Science” of communicating data insights.