About Us

Hi, welcome to our blog!

We’ve created Power[GI] to share business intelligence solutions with everyone, we believe that every business administrator, no matter the size, can learn and apply BI tips to achieve better results and to facilitate, automate or speed up everyday admin tasks, we all deserve a little break from work.

The Team:

[G]raciela Martinez

I’m a programmer and business administrator, passionate about building solutions at the intersection of these two worlds: in my every day I work in automating processes of different nature, building integrations, creating custom applications and tools, templates, financial datasets & cubes, and management reports. I am always happy to engage in new projects to transform technology into solutions that allow teams to improve processes, perform less repetitive tasks, focus on activities that add more value, and make their everyday more enjoyable.

In the last three years, I’ve been working with main focus on the Microsoft & Office 365 toolkit: Power Automate, Power Apps, Azure’s Machine Learning products, Microsoft Graph API, MS Excel (VBA, Power Query, Power Pivot), MS Access. SQL Server, Power BI (Mainly data prep), Visual Studio (C# and Analysis Services), SharePoint, Planner

[I]rvin Barrera

Industrial engineer and business intelligence specialist with experience in process improvement, accounting, management reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, fixed assets, general ledger: setup and maintenance.

Experienced in providing BI solutions with reports, scorecards, dashboards design, custom SQL queries, data modeling, data clean up automation, Excel VBA automated templates for end users.
A fast learner, creative, analytic with a mind set to solving problems, accustomed to automating processes using office technology as well as to constantly suggesting and implementing changes to increase work efficiency.
During my career, I have worked to empower everyday business users to create powerful BI solutions, especially when the ability to create them is available in their everyday toolkit but is not used to their full potential or has not been leveraged correctly. 
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