Last week Microsoft News published an amazing story about one of our most interesting customers.
Saudi Airlines, among the largest airlines in the Middle East, has implemented a business intelligence (BI) solution that includes Power BI for Office 365.
The usual suspects of data analysis pain points are very clear in the words of Muhammad Albakri, executive vice president of Finance: “Before we worked with Microsoft, we had scattered information everywhere. We had many different business intelligence and incentive solutions, separate training and no standard platform to run all the environments.” Through the use of Power BI and other Microsoft solutions such as Microsoft SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013, “The new BI solution from Microsoft maximizes the value of information coming from multiple systems. We’ve started to run analyses and provide results to executives to help them track trends and react quickly and proactively.”
Find out more about this customer story here and watching the following video.
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