Introduction to the Balance Sheet Visual for Power BI
The main goal of the Balance Sheet Visual is to display balance sheet data in a financial Power BI report so it is easy to understand by every user. On top of that, it’s also very easy for the developer to create a proper balance sheet.
The sample report below shows a couple of ways how the visual can display a balance sheet.
Taking the visual for a trial run can be done with a free trial for which no credit card is needed. A good starting point is to download the sample report and navigate through the examples.
The visual is Microsoft certified which means it is safe to use and can be exported to PDF and PowerPoint
The advantages of using the Balance Sheet Visual:
- The end-user can drill-down into the details
- The end-user can change between absolute and relative values or display both
- A custom color schema can be used
- There are many formatting options
- Tooltips and drill-through can be used
- It’s easy to use
What we offer:
- Free support!
- Online Knowledge Base
- Free demo sessions
- Continuous improvement of the visual. See the changelog for details.
Use the buttons in the report below to navigate between pages
This demo report can be downloaded from here.
This video shows the Balance Sheet visual in action.
Get the visual
The visual is available in Microsoft AppSource so it can be imported directly from there using Power BI Desktop. This article shows how that’s done. It can also be downloaded from here.