Value & Cost Comparison: The Power BI Sherpa Program vs. a Full-service Implementation
What is the Power BI Sherpa program?
The Power BI Sherpa Program is meant to jumpstart your company’s Power BI deployment and adoption.
Discovery sessions assess your current environment, requirements, and skills
Training sessions teach Power BI basics
Coaching sessions help your company employees do their own Power BI projects
A checklist of Power BI best practices
How much does the Power BI Sherpa Program cost? $13,800
How long does the Power BI Sherpa Program last? 10 weeks
What you get: Guidance on effectively setting up your Power BI environment; Power BI training in 5 key areas; and coaching sessions to help your team members apply best practices to their work.
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What is a Full-Service
Power BI Implementation?
A full-service Power BI implementation is completely tailored to your company’s needs. JourneyTEAM drives the design, build, launch, and adoption through:
Full discovery assessment to align with your business outcomes
Scope of Work with the implementation plan
Designing your environment
Migrating data as needed
Assigning governance permissions
Launching BI environment
Testing dashboards and data pipelines
Facilitating user adoption post-implementation
How much does a Full-service Power BI project cost? Projects start at ~$40K
How long does a Full-service Power BI implementation last? Completely custom to your timeline needs
What you get: Your organization has a fully functional Power BI environment with any customizations needed, as well as support to facilitate adoption post-deployment.
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Deeper Dive into the Power BI Sherpa Program
There are 4 main areas covered in a Sherpa Program:
------------------------ WEEK 1
1. Discovery & Environmental Setup
Your Power BI Sherpa guide will meet with your team and gain understanding of your current environment:
• Business objectives
• Data sources and environment
• Team member skills and knowledge
• Reporting needs
• Security requirements
Your guide will also assist your team members in setting up the proper:
• On-premises data gateway (if required)
What our customers have to say
“Great team of highly capable people, could not have asked for a better Power BI migration.”
– Keith Sethman, Omni Logistics