Building a great integrated data model with Microsoft Fabric

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I bet your organisation has heaps of data in different applications. Your CRM, Google Analytics, SharePoint, Forms or surveys, accounting software, emails and timesheets alone have masses of information about your business just waiting to be explored. Learn how to integrate this data into consolidated solutions to help you fully understand your business and gain insights. We will discuss why this is important, how different data relates and the limitations and benefits of built-in application reports. We will use Microsoft Fabric to develop a data model incorporating connections to multiple common applications. We'll explore lessons learned and gotchas so that you can get understand the big picture of your organisation's data.


Kelly Broekstra

General Manager and Solution Specialist at LobsterPot Solutions

I am a Microsoft MVP, and an Information Management, Business Intelligence and Project Management specialist with extensive data warehouse development experience and a passion for understanding client requirements to create the best solution achievable.

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