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Post by Rob Collie
***Update: check out Scott Senkeresty’s review of Power Update over on Tiny Lizard.
***Update #2: a Free Version of Power Update is now available. More info here.
***Update #3: There is now a forum for Power Update questions, located here.
A brand-new software utility designed from the ground up as
a “Companion” to Power Pivot, Power Query, and the entire Power BI stack.
Definitely Click on the Image for Larger Version – Surprises Lurk Therein
Do Any of These Sound Familiar?
Power Update Helps With ALL of These (And a Few More, Too)
“What IS It?”
OK, a few things:
Net Promoter Scores Are Fiendishly Simple to Calculate in Power Pivot
What is “Net Promoter Score?”
Fundamentally, it’s a measure of how many of your customers love you, minus how many of them dislike you. Hence the name – Net Promoter Score.
WARNING: I am personally no expert here. I am doing my usual thing: take a small amount of knowledge and wield it like a battle axe. I was helping a client today (Monday) with this, and am writing about it a mere three hours later. But I figure there are lots of people out there who need to do this sort of thing, and THEY get what it all means. So allow me to share how EASY these calcs are in Power Pivot.
NetPromoter.com describes NPS as:
A Generalized “New Customers in Time Period” Solution, Inspired by Tuesday’s Post
David Hager’s post on Tuesday really planted a seed in my brain. And then a comment on that post from Charlie got me thinking further.
How can we extend the “New Customers per Day” concept to become “New Customers in <Any Period of Time>?” New Customers per Month for instance.