All you need to know about Microsoft Power BI Pricing

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posted by Ngoc Anh
on May 31, 2017

Microsoft Power BI is a business analytics tool designed to give businesses a single view of their most critical insights of their data. It converts company’s data into comprehensible visuals. Power BI makes it easier for companies to gather information, organize and devise effective strategies. For those who are considering to use this tool, Power BI pricing offers a flexible range to fit your budget with three options: Power BI Desktop, Power BI Pro and Power BI Premium.

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1.Microsoft Power BI Features

To fully understand the differences between three Power BI options, first you need to know about all Power BI features before deciding which option is the best for your company. Below is an overview about Microsoft Power BI Features:

2. Microsoft Power BI Pricing

At first, Microsoft Power BI announced only two pricing plans for enterprises to choose from.

You can install Power BI Desktop on your computer. It provides advanced data exploration, modeling, and report creation with highly interactive visualizations. You’ll be able to save your work to a file, and publish your data and reports to Power BI site to share with others. Compared to Power BI Pro, it provides some additional features such as more storage capacity, more frequent scheduling data refresh, live data sources with full interactivity, groups, and more. It’s a greater tool for sharing and collaboration.

Today, Power BI has added a new pricing: Power BI Premium with capacity pricing/per node/per month. With this new option, it helps you enhance performance and larger data volumes without requiring you to purchase per-user licenses. You can easily check out your cost estimation here.

Despite Power BI pricing differences, the most important factor when choosing the best option for your business is that the tools should provide you the flexibility to deploy BI the way you want it.

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