Power Pivot is an amazing, flexible and powerful business intelligence tool (among other things) and there is no doubt about that fact. As a feature included with Excel 2013 and 2016 (and an add-on for Excel 2010), Power Pivot allows user with a little technical expertise to integrate disparate data source together within a flexible data model. Once the data is loaded into Power Pivot, we easily have the ability to create powerful calculated measures, key performance indicators Continue reading Taking #PowerPivot to the Next Level
Thanks to everyone who attended my PowerPivot 101 webinar last Tuesday morning! It was a blast and I had a great time presenting for the 300 strong crowd that attended!
In case you missed the webinar, you can easily view the recording here free of charge! Also, don’t forget to check out the dozens of other free webinar recordings. With this kind of free training available, there really is no excuse for you to not be learning something new!
If you’re looking for a great book to get you started with PowerPivot and DAX, I would suggest checking out the following books:
PowerPivot for Excel 2010: Give Your Data Meaning
Marco Russo & Alberto Ferrari
Also, check back for my PowerPivot Q&A responses in a later blog post! Thanks again to everyone who attended my session!