New Brisbane office, Perspective product releases and Power BI Updates. BizData Newsletter January 2019

New Brisbane office, Perspective product releases and Power BI Updates. BizData Newsletter January 2019

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BizData opens new office in Brisbane

An exciting start to 2019, we are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Brisbane, Australia.

Continuing the momentum of ensuring we deliver the best analytics solutions to our customers across Australia, we invite all of you to a free 1 day, instructor led Power BI Training session located in the heart of Brisbane. 

A fantastic opportunity to meet our Brisbane team, take part in our sell-out Power BI Training course and take home real-world practical labs that will arm you with tools you need in any data driven environment.

From the entire BizData team, thank you Brisbane, we look forward to being a part of your analytics journey.

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Perspective ILM announces new Product Releases

The Perspective ILM team have been working tirelessly to ensure our software products are continuously developed to meet customer demand for new features and enhancements. We are proud to launch two new versions of both Data Governor and Enterprise BI Portal this month.

Data Governor Online:

The first Software as a Service (SaaS) product offering from Perspective ILM, DG Online has revolutionised traditional Data Management and Warehousing processes. Read the Release

Enterprise BI Portal v 4.5:

Focused on enhancing user experience, the latest update of the Enterprise BI Portal introduces Power BI Q&A, asset usage tracking and metrics.  Read the Release 

New AI features for Power BI available for preview

November saw Azure Cognitive Services, Key Driver Analysis and Machine Learning Tools integrated directly into the Power BI preview build. 

  • Users can now get capabilities such as image recognition and text analytics directly in Power BI. 
  • Key driver analysis helps users understand what influences key business metrics.
  • Users can create machine learning models directly in Power BI using automated machine learning.
  • Users now have seamless integration of Azure Machine Learning within Power BI.

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