As the Microsoft Power BI analytics service has expanded in popularity, we’ve seen firsthand how strong of a tool it is. In recent projects, we’ve noticed significant demand for Power BI governance. This practice has become paramount to ensuring adoption at organizations big and small is set up correctly in terms of licenses and self-service reporting. Without a Governance strategy, data is at risk of being shared un-intentionally, and workspace sprawl is a potential and unfortunate side effect. For the 14th year running, Microsoft is positioned as a leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. We’re thrilled to see Power BI‘s growth in the market continue to climb.
Magic Quadrant helps you quickly ascertain how well technology providers are executing their stated visions and how well they are performing against Gartner’s market view.Gartner.com
What is the Gartner Magic Quadrant?
The Gartner Magic Quadrant is a culmination of industry research, offering a wide-angle view of how leading technology companies are positioned in the market. This graphic provides clarity and education by relaying the industry’s competitive suppliers of technology and their ability to offer what customers need now and in the future.
Connecting Power BI Users
Tallan’s Power BI User Group helps Power BI users connect, share knowledge and get the most out of Power BI. Throughout the group’s duration, Tallan developers have presented demonstrations on new features and best practices while facilitating discussions between participants. Our first Power BI User Group of the year, held virtually on February 18th, covered Power BI Workspace Management and Enterprise Composite Models as part of a broad overview of the latest updates.