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How to get and see Project Information in Power BI

 

Project Management Institute (PMI)® Professional Development Units (PDUs):
This Webinar is eligible for 1 PMI® PDU in the Technical category of the Talent Triangle.

 

Event Description:

Power BI is a powerful tool that can help visualize your Project Information. In fact, it can combine information from many different sources to get a holistic view of your project. In this session, we will cover exactly how to get that information. This will include the actual Odata string to get to your Project information along with how to see what fields are coming into Power BI. We will also do some data “cleanup” to modify the data to be in a different format than how it comes into the query. We will also combine this information with another system’s data to show how it can be tied together to give a single view of the combined data. We will probably end up with a visual or two but the goal of this session isn’t the end product, it is about how to get the data and how to manipulate what you are getting into a useable data set.

 

Presenter Info:

Collin Quiring is the Managing Partner of EPM Strategy and has over 20 years experience in project management, resource management, product development, systems administration, reporting and training. Mr. Quiring is a technical expert in Microsoft Project, Project Server, Project Online and Power BI. He has worked with all aspects of the tools from installation to configuration to daily administration, and holds the PMP, OPM3, MCTS, MCT, MCP, and CIRM certifications, along with an MBA. Contact Collin at cquiring@EPMStrategy.com.

 


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