Green Bay 'Titletown, USA' Power BI User Group

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​​​​The Green Bay Power BI User Group is for Northeast Wisconsin Power BI users (and users from all over the world virtually!) to meet and learn more about Power BI. It's that simple!

Online Titletown, USA, Power BI User Group meeting March 25th

Join us online March 25th at 2:00 for our next Green Bay "Titletown, USA" Power BI User Group meeting. This will once again be a Microsoft Teams meeting.

We'll have a few short member presentations on favorite features of Power BI, processes that have been improved with Power BI, tips, tricks, etc., etc.!

Profile photo of Gregg Froelich@Gregg Froelich of MetalTek will fill us in on the Power BI Premium Per User license. His company uses this option for Power BI licensing; and he'll describe how his company got it all set up, what are the advantages and disadvantages, and what to watch out for. Gregg's presentation is a follow-on to the overview of Power BI licensing given by our Toastmaster, @Paul VanDyck, during January's meeting.

@Steve Erbach of GLC Minerals will present The Foundation of Power BI: Power Pivot. This is the heart and soul of Power BI; where the data you've extracted from multiple sources is coordinated and linked to establish the basis for your Power BI visuals. This is not an advanced presentation; Steve will present the fundamentals with a survey of the things to watch out for.

As always with any data analysis, the better you know your own data, the better-equipped you'll be to spot the anomalies that creep into the mix as your data models grow... and the better you'll be able to know when an answer looks right.

Profile photo of Jolene (Prahl) Diedrich, MBA Jolene Diederich of Mercury Marine will present a COVID Shut Downs Quality Dashboard:

  • Utilizes SharePoint Lists, Power Apps and Power BI; all internal data
  • Assisted in managing our global suppliers when they were shutting down due to local legislation around COVID-19. Tracked “at risk” suppliers, part numbers at risk, how Supplier Quality was mitigating that risk, if the risk is still active or complete, and when physical part audit was completed (if required).

A real grab-bag of Power BI information covering a lot of different areas in our favorite analysis tool!

We look forward to "seeing" you in all your Teams glory, Thursday, March 25th from 2:00 to 5:00 Central Time. Please click the  RSVP  button on the registration page! Then you can download a calendar reminder for the meeting. You may also watch the January 28th meeting on YouTube here!

Members are welcome to suggest topics for us to explore. We also are looking for more sites for our meetings. If your company has a meeting room with good computer hookups and high definition projector, please let one of us know. And If you're interested in a leadership role -- or especially if you have a nifty Power BI dashboard that you'd be willing to demo to the group -- please contact either @Gregg Froelich@Paul VanDyck, @Nicole Cyphers, or @Steve Erbach.

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