Power BI and SharePoint – August 24, 2017 2-4pm


Power up your data analysis with Power BI! Power BI is part of the Microsoft Business Intelligence stack, a collection of business analytics tools and services that allow users to create interactive reports and dashboards. Power BI provides your organization insight into your business data by leveraging analytics that allow you to: monitor performance, interpret trends, make informed business decisions, share reports and dashboards through app workspaces, as well as the ability to embed visualizations inside of SharePoint. Getting the right data to your users has never been easier!

Presented by: Shawn Lukose, RSM:


As always, we prefer for you to come and join us in person as it will facilitate discussion and we want to get to know you. It’s always good to network with folks in our community that are trying to leverage the same tools you are. Whether you attend in-room or online, please register ahead of time using our Eventbrite site:


The IA MSOUG typically gathers on the third Thursday of the month from 2-4pm in the Conference Room at the Valley Community Center in West Des Moines:
4444 Fuller Road, West Des Moines, IA


The drumsticks were a hit! I’ll bring them again this month, so be sure to visit us in person:

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Attend Virtually

If you cannot join us in person, consider clicking in virtually. We continue to provide virtual attendance to the meeting via Skype for Business (URL is case sensitive):


Enter your name into the Guest textbox and click the Join the meeting button.

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We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!




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