Looking for a low code custom Power BI chart option? SSW Solution Architect Prem Radhakrishnan and Andreas Lengkeek takes us through the Charticulator visual, now integrated within Power BI desktop and AppSource.

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Prem is a Solution Architect at SSW and brings over 12 years of enterprise software development and management experience to the SSW Team. Having worked with clients across various domains including telecom (Vodafone, Telstra), automotive (Toyota, Audi, Mercedes Benz and more), pharma (Bayer, Schering Plough) and retail (Big W, Dick Smith, Navman), Prem specialises in building bespoke solutions and platforms for his clients. https://www.ssw.com.au/people/prem-ra…

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Prem Radhakrishnan

Prem is a Solution Architect at SSW and brings over 12 years of enterprise software development and management experience to the SSW Team.

He has been developing solutions using the full Microsoft stack since .NET 2 was in beta.

Matt loves DevOps, DevOps and DevOps. These days he prefers Azure DevOps Build Pipelines over Octopus and Bamboo. Matt likes clean architecture, using the right tool for the job, seeing developers push changes to production with confidence, automated tests, building solutions on Azure, and now he never has to reminisce about Webforms.

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