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How Much Power Can You Put in Power BI? 

With Microsoft’s off-the-shelf business intelligence software Power BI, Authority Partners has an invaluable tool that lets us mine for insights and generate forecasts. For program managers in particular, Power BI improves processes and the efficiency of our day-to-day activities. We use it to fine-tune the way we work so we can deliver better, cost-effective solutions to our clients.

A.I. and Blog Writing – Assistive not Creative Yet! 

At Authority Partners, our consultant Khurram Sultan is working on ways of integrating A.I. technology into the innovative business solutions our 500+ global team offer our international clients and partners. In this blog he discusses some of the key aspects of A.I. and machine learning and how they are being used with the assistive blog writing technologies that are now increasingly available across the internet.

Building Culture or Why We Still Love Mondays  

In this blog, Authority Partners’ Global Brand Manager & Communications specialist talks about the dynamic work culture at the organization and how our core values and diverse, international workforce contribute to delivering cutting-edge and cost-effective IT solutions for our business partners and clients around the world.

First KPIs, and then OKRs. Right? 

Finding new and innovative approaches to the work that we do is part of our DNA at Authority Partners. In this blog we explore how our product management strategy focuses on objective and key results (OKRs) that add value and build upon our existing program/project-based approach. We believe that implementing these two processes together will maximize our ability to develop world-class technological solutions for our clients and partners.

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ARM Deployment Insights: Preview the Effects of Your Deployments 

In our latest blog, brought to you by Admir Sahbaz, Program Architect, learn how to do a pre-deployment impact assessment and verify if changes projected to be made by your #AzureResourcesManager (ARM) template match your expectations without actually applying those changes.