Microsoft have designed the Power Platform to integrate seamlessly with Dynamics 365 and Office 365. The Power Platform is an umbrella term that brings together 3 elements: Power Apps, Microsoft Flow and Power BI.
The Power Platform ushers in a new phase for organisations, a phase that empowers the non-technical to be in control. Without any coding knowledge users can create internal tools, automate tasks and immediately observe data insights. Gartner recently named Microsoft a leader in enterprise low-code applications for the unique value that the Power Platform offers to its users.
Organisations who implement the Power Platform, achieve radical optimisation and automation; turning repetitive tasks into easy multi-step workflows, saving time and reducing manual efforts across the business. You are them empowered to extract the information that you need to provide the basis for valuable and actionable insights, ensuring that at each step your strategy is informed by the right data.
Working effectively with data gives organisations a huge competitive advantage and increases efficiency. These data insights can help organisations determine where to innovate; enabling you to focus your efforts where the biggest gains are to be made. Because these data insights will be available to you whenever you need them, it puts your organisation in prime position to take a continuous improvement (DevOps) approach to planning, meaning you can learn faster, create solutions quicker and adapt to the changing world around you.
With a little support, your organisation can leverage the Power Platform and empower your people in previously unimaginable ways.