Do you receive upfront payments for services in future fiscal periods? Want to learn about the new Revenue Recognition features in D365 Finance? How can you use Power BI to easily monitor your cash-to-revenue cycle? Don’t miss this valuable session with a finance expert to demystify new revenue recognition functionality in D365 Finance. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
Did you just say Power BI for GP Payroll? Well certainly! The Payroll table structure in Dynamics GP is unlike other modules, but that doesn’t prevent us from using Power BI to support and enhance your Payroll reporting capacity. Perhaps you have a system that integrates employee and/or timesheet data into Dynamics GP, and you want to review for miscoding, thoroughness, and investigate or highlight any outlier situations or use cases. Current methods of review rely on SmartLists, Edit Lists, and SSRS reports, but in this session you will learn a new, more visual way of reviewing payroll transactions in Dynamics GP with Power BI. We will show you some of the possibilities and even show you the steps to create your own Power BI views for Dynamics GP and beyond as well as an introduction to other Power Platform tools. This session is geared for an audience with an intermediate skill set. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
In this session, we will look at 26 Power Apps tips (one for each of the 26 alphabets!) that will help make app makers create apps with better performance and user experience!Session Level: Basic
In this session learn how to design and deploy external-facing enterprise portal solutions using Power Apps Portals, Azure, and Microsoft 365. See how organizations are creating a secure framework for customers, partners, and employees to access Microsoft 365 content today. Learn patterns for extending your existing Microsoft 365 and Azure apps and data with secure portals, anonymous portals, or a hybrid approach. Session Level: Advanced
Just thinking about the many options now to deliver advanced reporting and analytics will make your head spin! Attend this session to discover the options available for Dynamics 365 Finance & Operations including embedded power, data warehousing, and Common Data Model (CDM). A D365 and business intelligence expert will review and discuss the benefits and drawbacks (price, development time, security, approach, scalability, etc.) for each. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with beginner to intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area. This session will be available for CPE credits pending completion of session survey post event.
Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence in Power BI consists of clicks not code. The session will step thru the features added to Dataflows to utilize the ETL built into PowerQuery. The analytics retrieved from this features helps with the necessary data cleansing and preparation needed for a model. Called AutoML, this option enables the data prep integrated into a model for reporting in Power BI. All is done within Power BI and skills already possessed by the analyst. Model quality and visibility is available through these steps while creating a ML in an awesome reporting tool. Session Level: Advanced
Successful enterprise projects use a variety of continuous integration and advanced DevOps tools. These tools and techniques take significant time and investment as well as ongoing maintenance to ensure the process runs smoothly. What about the small implementations with a handful of users and potentially only one or two citizen developers building the business application? This session covers some simple best practices, tools and techniques to ensure the work on small to medium Dynamics 365 and Power Platform business application development is properly archived in source control and updates are rolled out in a simple, but controlled fashion. The content of this session is geared toward an audience with intermediate-level knowledge of the subject area.
Power BI is a great sandbox environment for report design. However, knowing how to leverage visuals and features in a way that adds additional value can be challenging. New visualizations and features can be created a number of ways including: layering visuals, customizing visual formatting, and/or utilizing DAX measures. The session will include a series of visualization and reporting techniques that you'll be able to leverage in your company's reports to take them to the next level. Session Level: Intermediate
Cards have been in Office 365 for some time already. Originally created as Message Cards after some time rebuilt from nearly scratch to become Adaptive Cards. This extremely useful technology can be used in Power Automate processes based in Microsoft Teams to create a consistent digital workplace. In this session you will learn: • What is the difference between Message and Adaptive Cards • How to design cards • How to use them - a working example • What to expect from the upcoming releases and version vNext (2.0) Process designers should make their processes as intuitive as possible, allowing their participants to take part in the most effective way. Using Cards helps to create a new channel for efficient participation in business processes. Session Level: Advanced
A well thought out Power BI data model can make creating a well functioning report a breeze. Relationships form the core of any model, but what if the relationships you have won't allow the calculations you want? Do you want dimension tables to filter each other? Should a fact table filter a dimension? By getting creative with your DAX measures, it is possible to do this and more, while still keeping the model functional. This session will introduce and explain several DAX functions for manipulating relationships including CROSSFILTER, USERELATIONSHIP, and TREATAS. Session Level: Intermediate
Learn how to use the robust Approval engine in Power Automate to streamline your business process approvals. Power Automate allows an approver to “take action” in a variety of ways including from the Power Automate mobile app and from within Outlook. It couldn't be more convenient. In this session, we'll start by building a simple approval process (one manager) and work our way up to sequential multi-stage approvals (more than one manager); and we’ll review parallel approvals too. If you have anything that requires approvals, this will make your life easier and save you money. Session Level: Basic