Discover a new way to share your reports

Reduce your licensing costs by up to 90%, democratize access to your reports, empower your users or customers and promote your company's visual identity in the reports


A web portal that lets you share Power BI reports

Power Embedded is a web portal, in SaaS (Software as a Service) format, that uses a Fabric or Power BI Embedded capacity license to access the official Power BI APIs and display the reports published on in this 100% customized portal.

Monthly savings with our solution can reach 90%.

Through capacity licensing, users who only view reports will access the reports in Power Embedded instead of viewing them on, and therefore will not need to have a Power BI Pro license, allowing more people to view the reports without increasing the monthly licensing cost.

The portal has an admin panel, and you will have full control over users, groups, permissions, folders, RLS, imported reports, colors, logos and much more.


Discover what Power Embedded has to offer

See the resources available to facilitate the management and visualization of reports for your customers

What makes Power Embedded so great

Check it out some features that make Power Embedded a unique portal unlike anything you've ever seen

Fully customizable portal

Customize the entire system, from colors, logos, login screen images, email sending account used for communications and even the URL to access the reporting portal.

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Cost optimization

Do you want to pay less? In Power Embedded, you can automatically turn on/off capacity to reduce costs.

If someone tries to access a report and the capability is turned off, it will automatically turn on and the report will load.

Integration with Azure AD & Google

Forget passwords to memorize. Use integration with Azure AD and Google and allow your users to access the portal without having to remember another password.

Block the user in the company's Azure AD and access to the system is also blocked.

Google Azure AD

Access and audit reports

All system actions are audited, as well as logins and logouts. Every report that is viewed is audited. Have full control over who accesses what.

Find out who the most/least active users are and the most/least accessed reports.

Features that not even Power BI has

Get access to incredible features such as creating folders and sub-folders with N levels of hierarchies or creating an inventory of the entire BI environment.

Do you have any idea for a feature that not even Power BI has? We create for you.

Create and edit reports through the portal

Using Power Embedded, you will be able to edit and create reports through the portal itself, without installing anything or needing a license.

Simply create the dataset through Power BI Desktop, publish and release editing/creation permissions to users or groups.

Support for all types of reports

Power Embedded supports the most varied types of reports, such as the traditional Power BI report, paginated reports, dashboards and also external reports.

Access external files or reports from other tools in a single portal.

External URL. Paginated reports & Dashboards

Analysis Services cube support

 Need to process large volumes of data and don't want to increase the capacity of Power BI Embedded? Use Analysis Services!

In Power Embedded, we support both local and cloud versions, ensuring good use of the portal regardless of volume.

Support for desktop, tablet and cell phone

Power Embedded is responsive, both the viewing and administration portals, so it can be used on desktops, notebooks, tablets and cell phones.

Reports, paginated pages and dashboards load the mobile layout automatically

Easy and intuitive interface

The entire system is designed with a focus on usability and ease of use.

In addition, we provide several explanatory videos and documentation for each screen in the system, to minimize doubts. Did you need help? We will be at your disposal.

You participate in the development

Power Embedded is a system that is constantly improving and evolving and we always listen to feedback from our customers.

We always work to deliver the best possible solution and implement suggestions from our customers without charging anything for it.

We are BI experts

We have BI experts and references managing the product and a team specialized in Web and Azure development.

We are also able to help customers optimize reports and implement best practices for a better experience.

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How much does Power Embedded cost?

To have Power Embedded in your company, you will need to make the following investments:
    – Installation: USD 300.00 (one-off fee – only once)
    – Capacity License: From USD 150.00 (month)
    – App License: USD 2.00 (per user/month)

The value of the Capacity license (Fabric or Power BI Embedded) will vary depending on the size of the data sets, number of interactions per minute of the reports and other factors that influence the use of capacity.

We offer free automation to turn off the Embedded service to reduce costs, if possible, which can reduce the cost by up to 70% or you can opt for the reserved instance, where your environment will be available 24x7 and you will have a discount of 41 %.

See the table below for an estimated licensing cost comparison for each solution.


* The minimum number of users on the platform is 20. If you use less than 20 users, you will pay the amount equivalent to 20 users.
* The cost per user for the portal is already included in the above price for Embedded and Fabric capabilities
* Embedded capacity prices were calculated using tier A1 as a reference.
* Fabric capacity prices were calculated using tier F2 as a reference.
* The lowest capacity Fabric (F2) is cheaper than the lowest capacity Embedded (A1) but has 4x fewer vCores.

* It will be necessary to analyze and evaluate the existing datasets on the client to validate if the Embedded A1 or Fabric F2 capabilities used in the above estimation are sufficient to process and render the current reports or if it will be necessary to optimize the models or use other complementary resources to support these processings.

How long does it take to have Power Embedded in my company?

The entire process of activating and configuring the portal takes just a few minutes. From the moment you formally accept the proposal, within 2 hours the portal will be accessible for you to start importing your reports and share them with whoever you want, be it another collaborator or external person.


Steps required to get started with Power Embedded


The hiring process starts with the customer contacting us and showing interest. We will formalize a proposal and as soon as the client sends the acceptance, we start the negotiations for the configuration and integration of the portal.


A contratação da licença do Power BI Embedded ou Microsoft Fabric é através do Microsoft Azure, e é um requisito para o funcionamento do portal. Você também pode utilizar o período gratuito de 60 dias do Fabric, para não ter NENHUM custo durante o período de testes do Power Embedded.


An important point is creating a service account in your company's Azure AD (Entra ID) and generating a password. This is the user that Power Embedded will use to communicate with reports published in Power BI. Only workspaces that this user has permission to will be imported.


In order to be able to use Power Embedded, the workspaces that contain the reports that will be imported into the portal will need to be changed from “Workspace Pro” to “Workspace Premium (Embedded)” and it will be necessary to add the Power BI Embedded user as an administrator in these workspaces.


With everything ready, now just integrate Power Embedded to your Azure. This will be done by our consultants, identifying the user IDs and secrets created for the Portal in your Azure AD and entering this information in your portal. It is also in this step that we can configure the customer's personalized URL.


To finalize the whole process, after the portal is configured and ready for use, we will create a first administrator user, who will be responsible for registering other users and thus start importing reports, creating groups, defining permissions and leaving the portal. ready for viewers to use.