Evidi PirateBays – Final delivery – PiRisk

We present to you… PiRisk

Your one stop shop solution for the risk averse, frugal and greedy, yet battlescared pirate!


The main goal of the solution is to provide a pirate captain with the optimal booties to hit at each given time, based on a plethora of information.

Solution parts

Executive Dashboard

The executive dashboard is a PowerBI dashboard with a connection to the Dataverse that our Dynamics 365 uses.

The PowerBI dashboard provides

  • Aggregated view of custom areas (areas can span both land and sea)
  • Indication of “profitability” of each area based on indexes
  • Indexes include
  • Booty index
    • Battle index
    • Efficiency index

      Further description of the dashboard lies here


Simulations are run in Dynamics 365

We have a PiRisk App that allows you to access and manipulate the solution, run simulations etc.

Index theory

The indexes are weighted against each other. The weight is based on an original value and is constantly updated by PiRisk AI based on results from simulations and actual PiRaids. Adding new indexes in perpituity is thus supported allowing for continually improving results moving forward

Index based GTO

Methodology for indexes is drawn from GTO for AI advancements of Poker to achieve human parity (spoiler alert… we have passed that point already 🙂


  • Booty Index
    • Booty Index is based on the calculated and weighted value of

Due dilligence and QA on our development environment. By mistake it was set up in North-America. We didn’t realize in time that this was an issue. By the time we did, we had used so much time in

Piratebays utilize Dynamics Crm

With the new groundbreaking back office system for the modern pirate PiRisk. Piratebays have taken full advantage of the tighter inventory management that you can find in Dynamics CRM

With full control over your own inventory and especially your raiding targets, you will see their full inventory of valuable loot: Gold, Silver, Perls ………….

Going old-school!

The cool new kids on the block (who have now idea who New Kids On The Block really are) use modern frameworks like React, Angular ………

On the big screen Maverick is still kicking ass and we think that ASP.NET still rocks.

So when we needed something quick and easy we went old-school and choose ASP.NET

The Bi-Pirates :)

Once upon a time, in the world of Business Intelligence, there was a ship with 3 crew members, who were struggling to make ends meet. They would sail from port to port, hoping to find some treasure, but to no avail. That was until they discovered Power BI.

They were able to analyze data from different sources and turn it into valuable insights. They used Power BI’s interactive visuals and dashboards to identify the ports and ships with the most valuable cargo. No more guessing, no more wandering aimlessly. so were able to sail straight to the ports or ships with the most valuable treasures. 🙂

Mobil view

used jason file to use “shape map” in power BI https://github.com/deldersveld/topojson

Shiny static electricity!

Did someone yarr-cuse us of having a static interface? Well, not anymore. We Power Usered UP to add a little fire and electricity to the user experience of battling other ships at sea using the ultimate Power User tool: PowerPoint. Outcome varies depending on our strength and resources vs. the defenses of the booty ship we’re going after. But in the end we either lose:

Or preferably win (which we’ll leave as a goodie to be seen at the judges show and tell today)