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Anonymous
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How to relate KPI targets against Sales Value

I am trying to compare the sales value against the target value accross time and regions, the issue i am having is that i can see the sales per region and date, and separately i can see the target per date (lookup so this is related) but not by region, after unpivoting the Target Table when i try to make a relationship betwen the table Target and Region i get an error because the Region table doesnt contain unique values; I created a region KEY table and made a relationship to the region table but still no luck, when i try to compare the Target with Sales, powerbi sum all the target values in the regions example:

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I have 2 lookup tables: A data table and Regions table:

CODECOUNTRYREGION
AT  AustriaDACH
BG  BulgariaEastern Europe
PL PolandEastern Europe
CZ  Czech RepublicEastern Europe

 

then one Sales Data table:

Shipping CountryProducts ItemProducts QuantityProducts PriceOrder TotalShipping Date
DE2447AB133.633.62019-11-22
DE7626AB225502019-11-28
PL1370AB20183602019-11-20
DE2601AB1002019-11-19
DE314AB30154502019-11-18
PL3154AB1013.51352019-11-20

 

And the Target Table:

MonthDACHEastern Europe
Oct-19   377,033     92,125
Nov-19   404,556     58,246
Dec-19   222,883   259,211

 

Relationship View:

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I would really appreciatte any help on this.

 

Thanks 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

You can take Region from Region Table, not from Territory.

 

Screenshot 2019-12-07 11.04.58.png

 

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FirasAlramli
Regular Visitor

I advise you to use Star schema relationship.

 

modify your tables by merge (Territory , Region,Target) and make it as one table.

 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Your relationship view seems fine.  Both relations with Date and Region is One to Many with Target.

 

If possible please share a sample pbix file after removing sensitive information.
Thanks

 

 

Anonymous
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Hello @amitchandak Thanks for the reply.

You can download the pbix from onedrive here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AguM2qARs0_yhlk819ZM_o5SBCQ6?e=OY4suB

Thanks in advace for your help.

after see the file - the problem is

 

Sales by Territory code  and Target by Region code.

 

Solution:

 

Modify Target table to be by Territory - 

merge territory code , region and target togther. 

You can take Region from Region Table, not from Territory.

 

Screenshot 2019-12-07 11.04.58.png

 

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