App store intelligence platform teams up with Microsoft Power BI to help mobile stakeholders make smarter decisions

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 21, 2015

appFigures, the app store intelligence platform that helps businesses and developers make better data-driven decisions, today announced its integration with Microsoft’s Power BI is now available to users. Power BI enables users to answer their most important business performance questions through live operational dashboards, exploring data via interactive visual reports, and by easily sharing new insights with colleagues and customers. For appFigures and Power BI users, this relationship brings app store analytics into Power BI as a data source for the first time, making it possible for developers and businesses to build custom dashboards that incorporate appFigures’ app intelligence.

“We are incredibly excited to announce that our app store data is now available through Power BI,” said Ariel Michaeli, co-founder and CEO of appFigures. “Making actionable app store data accessible is one of our core missions, and through this partnership we are able to take another great step towards that ideal.”

appFigures is a powerful app store intelligence platform that helps effectively monitor, measure and evaluate app store performance. The platform provides comprehensive reports on app store success, with a wide-range of metrics, including downloads, revenue, returns, ranks, ratings, and more – all in near real-time. With such data, appFigures enables actionable insights for its users, empowering them to make better, data-driven decisions to enhance mobile app engagement, app store performance and revenue. The collaboration with Power BI makes appFigures’ app store intelligence data directly available as a data source that app makers and business users will be able to leverage to make better sense of their app performance.

“With this integration, our users are now able to monitor and analyze an impressive set of app store metrics – from app download data to ratings to ad clicks and revenue – all with rich and interactive visual dashboards,” said James Phillips, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s business intelligence products group. “Power BI also makes it easy to combine appFigures data with data from other sources for additional insight across the business.”

This relationship will provide Power BI users with app store analytics from more than 30 different data sources, including all major app stores (iOS App Store, Google Play, Amazon Appstore and Windows) and over 20 different ad networks, such as Apple’s iAd and Google’s Admob.

For more information on appFigures, visit appfigures.com, follow @appfigures on Twitter, or tune into the “appFigures & Power BI Content Pack Webinar” about the integration featuring Ariel Michaeli, on Monday, October 27th at 1PM EST (https://info.microsoft.com/CO-PowerBI-WBNR-FY16-27Oct15-appFiguresPowerBIContentPack-Register.html).

About appFigures

appFigures delivers actionable insights through comprehensive reports of an app’s performance in order to make better data-driven decisions. Featuring an intuitive user interface and easy-to-use tools that offer developers the flexibility to customize how their data is delivered, appFigures brings the most important app store metrics under one roof and gives developers a complete snapshot of their apps’ performance. Beautiful and powerful reports, an open API and complete security and control over private app data make appFigures the ultimate solution for app developers. For more information, visit appfigures.com.

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