Microsoft Fabric Solutions & Services

We are a one-stop solution for all your Microsoft Fabric needs that covers technology assessment and roadmap development, architecture, configuration, security and cloud infrastructure cost optimization. Data engineering services that include data migration, data integration, data lake, business intelligence, and data science based predictive analytics.
We are one-stop solution for all your Microsoft Fabric needs that covers technology assessment and roadmap development, architecture, configuration, security and cost optimization for your data lake cloud infrastructure.

Solutions and Services

  • Microsoft Fabric readiness assessments
  • Understand the operational and cost benefits of Microsoft Fabric
  • Development of data analytics strategies and roadmaps
  • Guidance on integrating Microsoft Fabric into your current data and analytics architecture
  • Assistance setting up workspaces, lakehouses, and hierarchies in OneLake
  • Data ingestion into OneLake from on-premises and cloud sources
  • Building data pipelines, ETL jobs, and workflows in Data Factory
  • Implementing data warehousing and data modeling in Synapse Analytics
  • Implement or extend the use of Power BI for reporting and dashboarding requirements
  • Explore AI/ML use cases
  • 24×7 monitoring, support, and maintenance of your Microsoft Fabric environment
  • Assistance with Microsoft Fabric administration, security, and access controls
  • Ongoing data integration, data governance, pipeline management, and warehousing
  • Power BI report and dashboard development, updates, and maintenance
  • Cost optimization, spend analysis, and budgeting for Microsoft Fabric and Azure usage

Success Stories

A northeastern education agency sought data architecture support to address challenges with multiple data sources across HR, SIS, Finance, and more, plagued by inaccuracies from inconsistent input. They aimed to streamline data for better reporting and governance, considering Microsoft Fabric. Collaboratively, we developed an implementation plan tailored to their needs, assessing data management, analyzing sources, and exploring centralization through master data management. We also addressed reporting requirements, crafted a high-level data flow plan, and provided an implementation roadmap. Ultimately, the client received a comprehensive strategy, including detailed plans, architecture designs, and data management recommendations, along with support for implementing the solution.

A Southern client faced Power BI reporting limitations, lacking internal expertise for executive dashboards within a 3-month deadline. With a pressing need and lacking internal expertise to meet this demand, they turned to us, a trusted partner they had previously collaborated with. Recognizing our proficiency in Power BI, the Client felt assured in entrusting us with this challenge. We swiftly embarked on gathering comprehensive report requirements, leveraging our expertise to not only meet but exceed the Client’s expectations in terms of branding and visual appeal. We adeptly optimized display methods to highlight crucial metrics such as Gross Sales and Eco-Impact, ensuring that the reports provided meaningful insights. The expertly enhanced reports, delivered on time, fostered internal cohesion, providing the Client with a deeper understanding of their organization.

A Client in the Midwest was facing Power BI reporting limitations after their Subject Matter Expert on the tool abruptly left the organization. With reports half-way completed and with systems such as Sage 300 CRE, Procore, Azure, and more, the organization was left at a stand-still. Aretove swiftly stepped in, picking up where their old resource had left off, and built up the Client’s team with Power BI experts who had vast experience in the technology and the industry. With this team, key reports related to Project status, Invoice reconciliation, and more were built out. Limitations related to hierarchy and definition of titles as well as organization were overcome, allowing for better internal unity.

Why us?

Industry Experience

With deep industry experience across Retail, eCommerce, Manufacturing, Construction, Hospitality we understand the associated business challenges for migration to Fabric thus enabling us to collaborate with your team for a successful outcome.

Pre-built Accelerators

Our pre-built templates and accelerators provide you with the a framework based on best practices and reduce your time to go-live.

Higher ROI

Not just the initial platform or implementation cost, our best practices for leveraging Fabric takes into account total cost of ownership there by ensuring a higher ROI for your technology investment.

Peace of Mind

Unified data platform like Fabric can provide you with a distinctive advantage to your business, at the same time an outage in one can impact the rest. Our implementation paradigm includes fail safe mechanism to ensure processes can auto recover.

Frequently Asked Questions

Microsoft Fabric is a cloud based Software as a Service (SaaS) that provides a unified data platform by bringing together new and existing components from Power BI, Azure Synapse, and Azure Data Factory into a single integrated environment for all your enterprise data needs. It offers a comprehensive suite of services, including data lake, data engineering, and data integration, real-time analytics, and business intelligence all in one place.

Migrating to Microsoft Fabric from Azure services presents an exciting opportunity to enhance existing workloads and services. Here are some key points to look into:

Azure Data Factory: If you have data pipelines in Azure Data Factory, it would be beneficial to recreate or migrate these pipelines to Microsoft Fabric’s Data Integration service.
Azure SQL Database / SQL Data Warehouse: Plan to move your databases to Microsoft Fabric’s Data Services, which may involve data export/import, schema adjustments, and connection reconfigurations.
Azure Storage: Any data stored in Azure Blob Storage, Data Lake Storage, or other storage services should be transferred to the corresponding storage solutions in Microsoft Fabric.

These activities can be planned in collaboration with us here at Aretove. This will provide peace of mind during the migration process, as our highly skilled and well-trained team will ensure a smooth and successful transition.

If you don’t plan to use the rest of Microsoft Fabric’s capabilities, you might not need to migrate your existing services. However, it’s essential to evaluate your specific situation and requirements to make an informed decision.

Consider a hybrid approach where you retain some services on Azure while selectively migrating others to Microsoft Fabric, depending on your needs and the specific advantages offered by each platform.

Microsoft Fabric pricing and Azure analytics services pricing can vary significantly based on several factors such as the specific services used, the scale of operations, data volume, and feature sets. The choice between Microsoft Fabric and Azure analytics services should be based on your specific needs, usage patterns, and preferences for billing simplicity versus fine-grained control. It’s important to conduct a detailed cost analysis based on your current and projected usage to determine which option provides the best value for your organization.

Small to Medium Workloads:

  • Azure: Might be more cost-effective if you are using only a few specific services with low to moderate usage.
  • Fabric: Could offer savings if you benefit from the integrated features and simplified billing, especially if you foresee growth in usage.

Large Scale or Complex Workloads:

  • Azure: Costs can add up as you scale individual services, but you have fine-grained control over each component.
  • Fabric: Could provide better value through economies of scale and the bundling of services, reducing overall complexity and potentially lowering total costs.

We help you get most out of your Microsoft Fabric investment and drive faster time-to-value. We provide Microsoft Fabric technology readiness assessment, planning and roadmap development, implementation, migration, security and managed support services.

Every implementation is unique depending on the specific objective, applications and processes involved. We take into account your specific needs during our roadmap development and within a 3 months timeframe we are able to get your initial phase go live.

Our team includes industry specific subject matter expert (SME), experienced Fabric solution architect, data engineers, data integrators and Power BI reports developers.

The following are some of the business applications that we integrate using Fabrics Unified Data platform:

  1. ERP – Dynamics 365, SAP S/4 HANA, NetSuite, Sage Intacct, Sage CRE
  2. CRM – Salesforce, Hubspot
  3. Spend Management – Coupa, Concur
  4. Payroll – ADP

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