A Power BI Dashboard is like a canvas that is used to tell a story. It presents the most important data points in various elements within one single page.

It is an entry to the reports that are based on the dataset. Well-designed dashboards contain only important points of the data story. If you select or click a particular tile (snapshot of data), it will take you to the main report from where it is taken.

Dashboards are good to monitor your business performance, sales performance, or any important parameters at a glance. It offers a bird’s-eye view of your business and helps you create data-backed strategies for future actions.

Dashboard in Power BI may come from one or many reports or underlying datasets or many. It represents a consolidated view of important business metrics.

A Power BI Dashboard is easy-to-understand, easy to create, intuitive, and user-friendly. It supports data sources such as Excel, Text/CSV, IBM DB2, MySQL, SQL Server database, JSON, Access database, and PDF.

You can analyze data, identify patterns, and extract insights from the Power BI dashboard that help you make informed decisions.

Power BI Dashboards Can Be Used To Show:
  1. Overall sales performance of a business

  2. Entire customer acquisition funnel

  3. How the sales number compare to different periods

  4. Healthcare KPIs covering various metrics, demographics, and scenarios

  5. Customer service and how long it takes to resolve issues

  6. Top performing products in terms of profitable revenue

  7. Social media monitoring and analytics

  8. Patients management and demographics

  9. Inventory analysis and management

  10. Hospitality management

  11. Time-tracking and project management

  12. Sentiment analysis and brand engagement