Do you want to learn some best practices for Power BI on Microsoft Dynamics NAV? Come to Directions EMEA in Mannheim to attend one of the workshops in which Hans Fousert from Mprise, Netherlands and Julian Wissel from navida, Germany provide [..]Weiterlesen
ERP-Systems and BI solutions have it in common that columns should be as self-explanatory as possible. Power BI currently does not provide a way to create something like captions for fields. In contrast to NAV with multi language captions and SQL Server [..]Weiterlesen
Recently I had an interesting conversation about the return of investment of different investment types. I was arguing that it would be difficult to lose money with stocks (such as index fonds based on the NASDAQ or DAX) if the shares are kept long enough. [..]Weiterlesen
Yesterday Microsoft announced the general availability of Power BI - it will be available July 24th.
Great new features include new visualizations and additional formatting options through the browser:
One new chart type are waterfall-charts. Have [..]Weiterlesen
You may know that Power BI lacks some sophisticated security concept that SQL Server Analysis Services or even Dynamics NAV offer. One common approach to security in Power BI is to create separate files with different degrees of detail or pre-defined [..]Weiterlesen
One of the great new features of NAV 2015 is the possibility to sort on any column – similar to Excel where you can right click on any column. That feature was actually introduced with NAV 2013 R2. By clicking on the small arrow next to each [..]Weiterlesen
Olympus a leader in innovative medical systems, digital cameras as well as scientific solutions in the fields of microscopy and industrial inspection bases its new planning system on SSAS, Excel and an implementation by navida.
The solution offers increased [..]Weiterlesen
Olympus Europa – führender Hersteller von innovativer Medizintechnik, Digitalkameras sowie Mikroskopen und industriellen Inspektionssystemen - setzt bei seinem neuen Planungssystem auf SSAS, Excel und navida als Implementierungspartner.
Die neue [..]Weiterlesen
Have you ever thought how great it would be to use your beloved account schedules directly in Excel – without the need to re-export over and over again from NAV? Recently we developed a solution that provides this for most account schedules that can [..]Weiterlesen
While SSAS Tabular and PowerPivot allow to directly connect to OData feeds, SSAS Multidimensional is limited to relational databases and Microsoft Access. So in order to use the data as source for an SSAS cube it has to be transferred to a relational [..]Weiterlesen