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Primaveras and Power BI

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david kelly
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Team, Looking for a recommended reading list, and possible third party tools. The mission is to integrate the P6 data, and other datasets, with Power Bi Reading an exported Excel spreadsheet does have the advantage of preserving the data date, but does seem a bit 'clunky' compared to reading the P6 data directly. But the P6 data seems to be uniquely badly normalised for actual use outside the P6 clients.
Rangarajan Ramaswamy
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I am working on a software named RANGA currently automatic P6 tasks. You can visit the website to know more:-

https://prevara.tech

The integration of P6 to power bi is definitely on the road map, I am open to suggestions please let me know if you have some interesting ideas that you want in the software.

Rangarajan Ramaswamy
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I am working on a software named RANGA currently automatic P6 tasks. You can visit the website to know more:-

https://prevara.tech

The integration of P6 to power bi is definitely on the road map, I am open to suggestions please let me know if you have some interesting ideas that you want in the software.

Rangarajan Ramaswamy
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I am working on a software named RANGA currently automatic P6 tasks. You can visit the website to know more:-

https://prevara.tech

The integration of P6 to power bi is definitely on the road map, I am open to suggestions please let me know if you have some interesting ideas that you want in the software.

Jerome Odeh
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