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How Microsoft Treasury uses Power BI

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The Microsoft Treasury group manages $158 billion in assets, including cash and investments, account receivable, equity, and other investments. They act as an in-house bank for operations in over 190 countries, monitor thousands of bank accounts, and provide just-in-time cash management on a global basis. With a preview this large, Microsoft Treasury relies on vast amount of data in order to make fast, accurate, and actionable decisions to keep their operations running smoothly.
In the past, Treasury used a combination of Excel, PowerPoint, and third-party services to analyze and present their data, but Corporate VP, Treasurer George Zinn saw the future in the integration of a different product: Microsoft Power BI.
Power BI is a cloud-based suite of business analytics tools that make it easy to combine data from multiple sources, analyze and visualize information, and share insights. It features easy drag-and-drop…

Embedding Power View Reports Into Your Blog/Site

For all of you out there who have had challenges with embedding your Power View dashboards into your public-facing websites, here is the fruits of my labors attempting to and finally achieving success in doing just that. There’s no new revelations here, consider this to be more of a compendium of all the important information that’s out there on this subject.
Making your Power View Report Available to the Public
This was one of the biggest challenges I encountered. While there are many examples of how to create a guest link, all the resources I found did not give the full picture of what you need to do to make this possible.

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