Upcoming Presentations & Webinars

Webinar:  Why would I care about Microsoft PowerApps and Flow? (Jacksonville PASS SQL Saturday Redux)

May 21, 2019 (Tuesday) 2pm – 3pm EST

Why is Microsoft PowerApps a big deal? What are some good practical uses for it? Is it really easy to use? Is it a tool I would want to use?
What about Flow? What are some good practical uses for it? Should I care about it?
Attend this session and see Belinda use PowerApps and Flow with Microsoft Office and Power BI. Here is your opportunity to see some very real and very practical uses of these two amazing products. This session will leave you excited by how the opportunities, that these two products can provide, will improve your business life. https://jacksonville.pass.org/

1. See some PowerApps in action using Microsoft Office that might blow your mind.
2. See some PowerApps and Flow in use with Power BI that changes the Power BI game.
3. See Flow used in interesting ways

Registration URL:  https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5888503090908923916

Webinar: Best of Power Summit: Power BI for Accountants

May 29, 2019 (Wednesday) 1pm – 2pm EST

Are you looking at Microsoft Power BI for the first time and wondering how can you make boring debits and credits dance? Maybe you’ve been using Power BI a while and struggle on making meaningful visuals using General Ledger data. How can Power BI be used to help CXO’s and Managers quickly analyze debits and credits to determine where to focus their attention? This session is a live demonstration of ideas for visualizing your data in potentially new and interesting ways. One of the first things we all learn in Business 101 is that cash is needed to operate a business. We also learned that being profitable does not mean you have cash in the bank. Have you ever really looked at the traditional cash flow statement? It’s supposed to provide information about gross receipts and gross payments. Does it really do that? Attend this session and see Belinda present alternatives to the traditional cash flow statement and cash flow analysis using Microsoft Power BI. Level: Beginner  

Registration URL:  https://www.pbiusergroup.com/powerbiug/participate/webinars

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