Power BI tools allow you to create dynamic dashboards and interactive reports, which makes it possible to visualize and analyze data even faster, more efficiently and more conveniently
Power Query: A tool that allows you to discover, merge and check data from public sources on the Internet or internal data of an organization in order to further analyze them;
Power Map: A 3D visualization tool for further structuring, researching and interacting with geographic and temporal data;
Power Pivot: A tool for creating and configuring flexible data models that allows you to set relationships and add calculations to Excel;
Power View: Allows you to create interactive charts, graphs and other types of data visualization to "revitalize" your data.
Power BI allows you to visualize data from an Excel spreadsheet (or any other popular format), a variety of services and systems both on the Internet and in your organization's home network. But more importantly, it automatically updates the data as soon as the changes have been made to the source. So, you do not need to duplicate data entry - Power BI will do it for you. In addition, Power BI integrates your data sources into one application, so that you can stop searching and copying data between different tables and begin to work directly with them.
An extended set of business intelligence tools, consolidation of all important data on one dashboard and their automatic updating make it possible to extract information from data without the help of IT staff. Thanks to this, your managers can quickly compile the data themselves as they arrive. And the SQL Server Analysis Service allows you to create reusable models for standardizing reports and analytics of an organization.