This article is not about what DES is, or how to configure it. You will find literally a thousand articles about that by running a quick search. Instead, I want to focus on some of the scenarios where this makes sense to use.
All robust platform can have a daunting data structure. With some, and in certain situations, you might not directly care about the intricacies. But if you are looking to create reports and visualization, identifying the complexities around data structure becomes quite important. When working in Power BI, and connecting to Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, the... Continue Reading →
As we’ve seen in the previous articles on How to work with Power BI in Dynamics 365 for Sales and Service as well as How to work with Power BI in Dynamics 365 for Sales and Service–Part 2, we can leverage the existing content packs to simplify our data presentation for the Sales and Service... Continue Reading →
As we’ve seen in the previous post, getting content from Dynamics 365 for Sales or Service into Power BI is a relatively easy task when leveraging the Content Packs created by the great guys at the Power BI team. Now, with the content packs in place, let’s go back to our Dynamics 365 instance and... Continue Reading →
With the obvious impact that Power BI brings to data analysis and visualization, Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement stands to benefit from a few pre-packaged features available. Not only we can bring CRM information onto Power BI, but we can also easily present Power BI elements inside Dynamics 365. So, it’s a win-win situation. To make... Continue Reading →