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Accessibility – Dynamic Font Size in Power BI

We have all heard the notion “One size fits all” and might have probably wondered what its implications might be in our lives. At first...

Benefits of having Stripe data in Power BI

It is not easy to manage a company and keep up with the numbers, reports, and analytics. We have a lot of accurate data, but...

HTML Text Styler visual for Microsoft Power BI and why we developed it

Yes that's right, K Team Solutions has started to develop custom visuals for Microsoft Power BI. And the reason why we did this is quite...

Power BI Help!

Power BI is a self-service business intelligence (BI) tool. This means that the recipient of a report can navigate, filter and analyze it himself. Of...

The stock market in times of Covid 19

A few days ago, Zebra BI asked if we could help build a Power BI report showing the impact of Covid 19 on the stock...

Why (almost) every Power BI report needs a date table?

It happens too often that Power BI reports show incorrect values ​​or don't work at all due to a missing date table. This article is...

HR Reporting with Power BI

When you talk about the HR department, everyone has the feeling of knowing which tasks are being performed every day. HR employees mostly only deal...

Why not let a robot do the work?

These days we hear a lot about RPA or Robotic Process Automation. The basic principle is that a computer program takes on and automates various...

The future belongs to Power BI

What is Power BI and why do we find it so incredibly good? The following video shows how the manufacturer Microsoft describes Power BI:  ...

Meaningful Excel charts

Inserting a simple chart into an Excel file is not a problem. Unfortunately, charts are mostly left in the standard design of Excel. This is...