Power Platform

A collective term for three Microsoft products: Power BI, PowerApps and Power Automate.

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A collective term for three Microsoft products: Power BI, PowerApps and Power Automate. They provide the means to help people easily manipulate, surface, automate and analyse data and can be used with Office 365 and Dynamics 365 (as well as other third-party apps and other Microsoft services).
The Power Platform enables data democratisation – the ability for digital information to be accessible to the typical (non-technical) end user.

Power App

A low-code approach to custom app development, allowing users to quickly create apps with a ‘point and click’ approach.
Build mobile-friendly apps quickly and without development knowledge by power users.

Connect to and surface data from business applications, such as Dynamics 365, Office 365 and other third-party apps.

Surface key data into a user-friendly app to help data entry – meaning users only see the information they need to fulfil a particular task.

Power Automate

To create automated workflows between Microsoft services or other third-party applications, which allows users to avoid carrying out repetitive tasks and save valuable time.

Use pre-built automation templates for common automations.

Create automations connecting various applications, such as Outlook, SharePoint Dynamics 365 or non-Microsoft apps like Twitter, Gmail, Mail Chimp etc.

Set up triggers, alerts, automated emails, push notifications and much more – with no coding and in minutes

Overall it allows users to save time, reduce human error and streamline your processes

Power BI

Business analytics tool allows to easily connect to data sources, create visuals and gain business intelligence quickly.

Click and connect with Microsoft and third-party cloud services, as well as on-premise data sources.

Easily manipulate data and create visuals, such as charts, dashboards, maps and many more – present data in an easy-to-digest format.

Use natural language to query data and get results (i.e. “show me our sales pipeline for 2020 by month, by sales person”).

Overall, allowing you to easily analyze and make sense of complex data to enable continual improvement