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Is it Possible? Power BI Embedded Without the Need for Coding

Deliver your Power BI reports securely, widely, and cost-effectively without needing coding skills.

In today’s data-driven world, organizations rely heavily on business intelligence to make informed decisions and gain a competitive edge. One popular tool for visualizing and analyzing data is Microsoft Power BI. However, implementing and embedding Power BI reports to distribute to a wide audience of stakeholders can often be a costly, complex, and time-consuming process, requiring coding skills and technical expertise.

But what if there was a way to harness the power of Power BI without the need for coding? Enter the DashPoint Analytics Portal, a revolutionary solution that allows businesses to deliver Power BI directly to customers, vendor or even internal teams seamlessly. This game-changing feature empowers businesses to unlock new possibilities and provide their users with real-time, interactive dashboards and reports at a fraction of the cost of traditional Power BI licensing.

By eliminating the coding barrier, DashPoint Analytics Portal with shared Power BI Embedded capacity opens up a world of opportunities for businesses of all sizes. Non-technical users can now leverage the full potential of Power BI, gain valuable insights from their data, and make informed decisions without relying on IT teams. With DashPoint Analytics Portal, the process of embedding and customizing dashboards and reports becomes effortless, saving time and resources.

Unlock the true potential of your data and revolutionize your business intelligence strategy with DashPoint Analytics Portal with shared Power BI Embedded capacity – no coding required.

The advantages of DashPoint Analytics Portal with Power BI Embedded capacity

Power BI Embedded offers numerous advantages that make it an attractive choice for businesses looking to distribute interactive data visualizations widely at a fraction of traditional licensing.

A True No-Code Solution

By leveraging DashPoint’s Portal, it eliminates the need for coding, making it accessible to non-technical users. This means that anyone in the organization can easily create and embed interactive dashboards and reports, without relying on IT teams or external developers.


Your data is critical for decision-making but it also needs to be secured so that only the appropriate users gain access to it. DashPoint’s Portal allows you to manage which users can see what reports and even allows for row-level security which not only secures your data but allows your reports to dynamically deliver the appropriate data to the designated users.

Timely Data

Furthermore, DashPoint’s Portal refreshes your underlying data sources automatically at a frequency of your choosing — even allowing for real-time data updates, ensuring that the insights presented are always up-to-date. This is particularly important in fast-paced industries where timely information is crucial for making informed decisions. With DashPoint Analytics Portal with shared Power BI Embedded, businesses can provide their users with the most accurate and relevant data, enhancing their overall experience and driving better outcomes.


Another advantage of DashPoint’s Portal is its scalability. Whether you’re a small startup with a limited budget or a large enterprise, Power BI Embedded can handle the growing demands of your business scaling elastically as your analytics demands change. As your user base expands and your data volume increases, Power BI Embedded can effortlessly scale to accommodate your needs, ensuring that your applications and portals continue to deliver high-performance analytics.

Unlimited Users At A Fraction of the Cost

Lastly, traditional Power BI reporting is licensed by the number of users. With DashPoint Analytics Portal with shared Power BI Embedded capacity, you pay not by the user but by your level of utilization. This pricing model can yield significant savings over traditional licensing — to the tune of 60% or more in just licensing savings alone.

Power BI Embedded vs Power BI Desktop

While both Power BI Embedded and Power BI Desktop are powerful tools for data visualization and analysis, there are key differences between the two. Power BI Desktop is primarily designed for individual users who want to create interactive reports and dashboards for their personal use or to share within their organization. It offers a wide range of data connectors, visualizations, and modeling capabilities, allowing users to create rich, interactive visualizations.

On the other hand, Power BI Embedded is focused on integrating and distributing Power BI to larger audiences. It allows businesses to embed Power BI reports and dashboards seamlessly, providing users with a consistent and familiar experience. Power BI Embedded offers APIs and SDKs that developers can use to customize and control the embedded Power BI content, enabling them to tailor the visualizations to their specific needs.

While Power BI Desktop is more suitable for individual users or micro teams, Power BI Embedded is ideal for businesses that want to provide their users with real-time, interactive dashboards and reports with their own branding. The Dashpoint Portal with Power BI Embedded bridges the gap between business intelligence and application development, empowering businesses to deliver data-driven insights directly to their users.

DashPoint Analytics Portal with Power BI Embedded pricing and licensing options

Power BI Embedded offers flexible pricing options to suit the needs and budget of businesses of all sizes. The pricing for Power BI Embedded is based on two main components: number of reports and refresh frequency. DashPoint reserves analytics capacity based upon your needs. Capacity refers to the computing resources allocated to host and render the embedded Power BI content.

When exploring your options with Power BI Embedded, there are two capacity options available for Power BI Embedded: shared capacity and dedicated capacity. Shared capacity is a cost-effective option suitable for small to medium-sized businesses with moderate usage requirements. It allows multiple organizations to share the same capacity, resulting in lower costs. Dedicated capacity, on the other hand, provides dedicated computing resources for exclusive use by a single organization, offering higher performance and scalability.

In terms of usage, the DashPoint Analytics Portal offers two licensing options: Power BI Embedded with shared capacity or with Power BI Embedded dedicated capacity. Power BI Embedded with shared capacity allows businesses to leverage Power BI at reduced capacity by leveraging DashPoint’s smart managed analytics platform that elastically scales based on real-time demand. Power BI Embedded with dedicated capacity provides all the same features as full access to all Power BI features and DashPoint’s platform while leveraging your organization’s own Power BI embedded capacity.

The pricing for Power BI Embedded can vary depending on the chosen capacity and usage options. You are encouraged to visit DashPoint Analytics Portal pricing page for general guidance. It is best to contact a DashPoint representative for detailed pricing information and to determine the most suitable licensing option for your business.

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Real-life examples of DashPoint Portal implementations

DashPoint Analytics Portal has been successfully implemented in a wide range of industries and use cases, empowering businesses to unlock new possibilities and revolutionize their data-driven strategies. Here are a few real-life examples of Power BI Embedded implementations:

1. Retail Analytics: Retailers can leverage Power BI Embedded to provide their store managers with real-time sales data, inventory information, and performance metrics. By embedding interactive dashboards and reports into their store management applications, retailers can enable store managers to make data-driven decisions on pricing, promotions, and inventory management, resulting in increased sales and improved operational efficiency.

2. Healthcare Analytics: Healthcare organizations can use Power BI Embedded to integrate real-time patient data, medical records, and operational metrics into their clinical applications. By embedding interactive dashboards and reports, healthcare providers can gain insights into patient outcomes, identify trends, and optimize resource allocation. This enables healthcare organizations to improve patient care, streamline operations, and reduce costs.

3. Financial Services: Banks and financial institutions can utilize Power BI Embedded to provide their customers with personalized financial dashboards and reports. By embedding Power BI content into their online banking portals, customers can gain a comprehensive view of their financial data, track investments, and monitor spending habits. This empowers customers to make informed financial decisions and enhances their overall banking experience.

4. Manufacturing Analytics: Manufacturers can leverage Power BI Embedded to monitor production metrics, analyze quality control data, and optimize supply chain operations. By embedding interactive dashboards and reports into their manufacturing applications, manufacturers can gain real-time visibility into their operations, identify bottlenecks, and make data-driven decisions to improve efficiency and reduce costs.

These are just a few examples of how DashPoint Analytics has transformed businesses across various industries. With its no-code capabilities and advanced customization options, DashPoint Analytics Portal with Power BI Embedded enables businesses to unlock the full potential of their data and gain a competitive edge.