For the 14th straight year, Microsoft has been named a Leader in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. Honestly, we’re running out of ways to describe this great achievement. Not only is Microsoft consistently in the Leader quadrant year after year, they are continually widening the gap between themselves and their next best competitors.

Gartner describes multiple areas of strength for Power BI, earning Microsoft top marks for ability to execute and completeness of vision:

  • Inclusion in Office 365 (E5)
  • Integration with Microsoft Teams
  • Low cost of entry (with great value)
  • Ambitions for growth

See the full report and Gartner’s analysis of the Analytics & Business Intelligence field here.

If you’re interested in learning more about Power BI and Dynamics 365, check out our blog series:

How to embed Power BI visuals into Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain – Part 1: Getting Started

How to embed Power BI visuals into Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain – Part 2: Data Refresh

How to embed Power BI visuals into Dynamics 365 Finance and Supply Chain – Part 3: Custom Reports

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