Microsoft Power Platform
If you are active in Retail, Construction, Healthcare, Not-for-Profit, Education, Field and/ or Customer Service or any other major industry, we believe the Power Platform can bring value to your company from a technical and business perspective. Keep on reading!
More and more companies are demanding packaged solutions that can easily be extended and integrated with other solutions without the hassle of deep customizations.
“Low-code tool that has just about everything a power user or developer would want.”
With Microsoft’s Power Platform you can easily extend and build new applications that connect to online and on-premise “out-of-the-box” solutions. Microsoft Power Platform is designed to enable ISVs, SI’s, Partners and developers alike to rapidly build and deploy industry vertical business and analytics solutions.
Power Platform – Powerapps
Build apps in hours—not months—that easily connect to data, use Excel-like expressions to add logic, and run on the web, iOS, and Android devices
Building apps with PowerApps helps everyone from business analysts to professional developers work more efficiently together. Solve business problems with intuitive visual tools that don’t require code, work faster with a platform that enables data integration and distribution, and extend the platform with building blocks for professional developers. Easily build and share apps on any device.
PowerApps enables business users and developers to build new capabilities via apps, without requiring that heavy code expertise. PowerApps has connections to various Microsoft-based and third-party applications, including Microsoft SQL Server, SharePoint and OneDrive in the Office 365 productivity suite, as well as Dropbox, Google Docs, SAP, Oracle and Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement.
Power Platform – Flow
Include powerful workflow automation directly in your apps with a no-code approach that connects to hundreds of popular apps and services
Microsoft Flow is cloud-based software that allows employees to create and automate workflows and tasks across multiple applications and services without help from developers. Turn repetitive tasks into multistep workflows and use Logicapps to integrate with Flow.
Power Platform – Common Data Service
Common Data Service (CDS) for Apps lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. Data within CDS for Apps is stored within a set of entities. An entity is a set of records used to store data, similar to how a table stores data within a database.
Video examples with Microsoft PowerApps:
Microsoft PowerApps an example for Field Service
Microsoft PowerApps an example for the Retail sector
Total Economic Impact Microsoft Powerapps And Flow June 2018
Microsoft Power Platform – Presentation