What was really funny though (and definitely in a good way) was what they provide; I was able to sign up for a free trial for 30 days; once my data had pulled across to their data warehouse, I was able to download the report template they included in the package - and it wasn’t restricted because it was a free trial.
The report has sections relating to Clients, Tasks, Team Members, Expenses and Invoices - and for those who use Power BI a lot, there are also tons of drill-through options as well as some very useful slicers, all which help provide a more granular analysis of the data.
Certainly good to know it’s available as I hadn’t realised, which should be kind of obvious, otherwise how would third parties get your data.
It isn’t straightforward though. I found that accessing my data via the OData link that Tugger includes, provides me with a list of tables that I can map in Power BI, although I’m currently looking at altering a part of their existing report - as much the visualisation as anything.
Don’t get me wrong, I think what you offer is great, I’m just thinking that accessing data using API tools isn’t the best solution for me, but I’m aware its there.